Showing posts with label French-Canadian. Show all posts
Showing posts with label French-Canadian. Show all posts

30 July 2014

REMINDER: FREE Webinar - Sat. 02 Aug - George Findlen PhD, CG - Crossing the Border: How to Backtrack an Ancestor into Québec from the US


 

Please join us for this FREE webinar sponsored by the Southern California Genealogical Society.

George Findlen, PhD, CG
Crossing the Border: 
How to Backtrack an Ancestor 
into Québec from the US
Saturday, 02 August, 2014
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Pacific time
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

To maximize the chance of succeeding in crossing the border, the talk answers three questions: What steps do I follow to find my French-Canadian's origin in Québec? What resources will give me that information? What pitfalls must I avoid?

George Findlen is an academic administrator who became a certified genealogist in retirement. He researches and publishes articles on Acadian and French-Canadian families in Eastern Canada, the Canadian Maritimes, and New England. In addition, he gives talks and leads groups through skill-development exercises for the Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives.

The initial webcast of each session is offered to the public free of charge. Webinars are archived and available only to SCGS members as a benefit of membership in the society. The webinar archive can be found at http://www.scgsgenealogy.com/webinar/archive-index.html. Webinars are available about a week after the session closes. In addition to 24/7 access to the webinar archive, SCGS members enjoy a number of other benefits, including free from-home access to World Vital Records. Learn about all these benefits at http://www.scgsgenealogy.com/membership/benefit-memb.html. You'll also find membership information in the handout.

The list of upcoming webinars can be found at http://scgsgenealogy.com/webinar/jes-index.html


17 July 2014

FREE Webinar - Sat. 02 Aug - George Findlen PhD, CG - Crossing the Border: How to Backtrack an Ancestor into Québec from the US


 

Please join us for this FREE webinar sponsored by the Southern California Genealogical Society.

George Findlen, PhD, CG
Crossing the Border: 
How to Backtrack an Ancestor 
into Québec from the US
Saturday, 02 August, 2014
10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Pacific time
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

To maximize the chance of succeeding in crossing the border, the talk answers three questions: What steps do I follow to find my French-Canadian's origin in Québec? What resources will give me that information? What pitfalls must I avoid?

George Findlen is an academic administrator who became a certified genealogist in retirement. He researches and publishes articles on Acadian and French-Canadian families in Eastern Canada, the Canadian Maritimes, and New England. In addition, he gives talks and leads groups through skill-development exercises for the Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives.

The initial webcast of each session is offered to the public free of charge. Webinars are archived and available only to SCGS members as a benefit of membership in the society. The webinar archive can be found at http://www.scgsgenealogy.com/webinar/archive-index.html. Webinars are available about a week after the session closes. In addition to 24/7 access to the webinar archive, SCGS members enjoy a number of other benefits, including free from-home access to World Vital Records. Learn about all these benefits at http://www.scgsgenealogy.com/membership/benefit-memb.html. You'll also find membership information in the handout.

The list of upcoming webinars can be found at http://scgsgenealogy.com/webinar/jes-index.html


14 April 2013

SCGS Genealogy Jamboree: Genealogy World

Are you looking for ancestors on the Continent or in the Colonies? Trying to find your Jewish or Scandinavian forebears? Need help finding resources to research your ancestors who moved to the Midwest or the Southwest? Discuss your research successes or problem ancestors in an informal roundtable format at Genealogy World.

A JamboFREE activity, Genealogy World is scheduled on Friday morning, June 7, from 10:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Table topics featured in the past have included:

Denmark, Norway & Sweden Research
DNA
Chinese Research
English Research
French-Canadian
Genealogists in Second Life
Germanic Research
Virginia Research
Irish Research
Japanese Research
Jewish Research
Lineage Society Research
Midwest Research
New England Research
Portuguese Research
Scottish Research
Southern Research

Sign up NOW to host a table – you don’t need to be an expert – just have an interest in the topic area and a willingness to keep the conversation moving along!

Our thanks to guest blogger Denise Spurlock for this post about one of the JamboFREE activities on Friday, June 7, 2013, that lead up to the formal kick-off of the 2013 Jamboree. Denise, a professional genealogist, is the Jamboree Committee member who is organizing this fun and valuable networking opportunity.