Tuesday, August 21, 2012

September Classes at the Sacramento FamilySearch Library

The Sacramento FamilySearch Library, also known as the Sacramento Family History Center has announced its September line-up of public classes:

September 12, 2012
2pm - Kathryn Moore
Newspaper Research - Birth announcements, marriage announcements, obituaries, court proceedings, town news and much, much more - historical newspapers can be a treasure trove of genealogical information. Come learn all about using newspaper records, with emphasis on how to identify and access the newspapers you need.

7pm - Pamela Dallas
Social Security - Get the most out of the social security records. Learn who was eligible and when, the changes in the law and why it matters to your research.

September 19, 2012
2pm - Jerry Goggiel
Italian Research - A brief outline of Italian political jurisdictions and timeline of Italian history, types of records, where to find them and how to read them.

7pm - Marian Kile
Using Dropbox for Genealogy and More
Dropbox is one of the most popular free "cloud computing" applications. Marian will show us how to: access, add and update files, share folders with other people and get more free space on Dropbox.

September 26, 2012
2pm - Glenda Lloyd
City Directories-A Problem Solving Approach
City directories may locate your family between federal and state census. This lecture will give you a problem-solving approach.

7pm - Gordon Orchard
Family History Center Portal - Introduction to the 13 Free Premium Genealogical Websites that are furnished to the patrons on the Family History Center's computers. Where else can you go in Northern California that you will have the use of 13 premium genealogical websites for free? You will want to try these great sites after this presentation.

NOVEMBER 3, 2012

posted by Denise H. Richmond

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