Friday, August 19, 2011

Family Tree University: Ethnic Research Track this weekend

Here are more details about the  ETHNIC RESEARCH TRACK of the Family Tree University Summer 2011 Virtual Conference, available August 19-21. You can view any and all tracks during this time period, and download the video classes for review later. 

Finding Your East European Ancestors’ Village
Host: Lisa A. Alzo
To unlock church records and other documents in the old country, you need to know exactly where your clan lived. Discover tools and techniques to pinpoint your ancestral town in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and other areas of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire.

German Newspapers in America
Host: Jim Beidler
Stateside ethnic newspapers can reveal much about your German ancestors. We’ll show you how to find and use them.

Irish Genealogy Online
Host: Rick Crume
Online resources for tracking down Irish ancestors are abundant — we’ll show you the best of the best and how to use them.

Strategies for Tracking Down English, Scottish and Welsh Ancestors
Host: Rick Crume
If you need help finding your British Isles ancestors, Rick Crume’s strategies will help you bust down brick walls.

15 half-hour video classes in three tracks (See conference program for details.)
  • genealogy technology
  • research strategies 
  • ethnic research
Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt     :)
Your friend in genealogy.

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