Genealogy News and Education Bytes — Friday, 1 October 2021

Welcome to Family tree Information and Schooling Bytes, posted on Tuesday afternoon and Friday afternoon, the place we attempt to spotlight crucial family tree and household historical past information and training gadgets that got here throughout our desktop for the reason that final concern.    

1)  News Articles:

2)  New or Up to date File Collections:

3)  Family tree Schooling — Conferences and Institutes

4)  Family tree Schooling – Seminars, Webinars and On-line Lessons (instances are US Pacific):

*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Friday, 1 October, 11 a.m.: Born a Slave: Rediscovering Arthur Jackson’s African American Heritage, by David W. Jackson

*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Tuesday, 4 October, 6 p.m.: A Cargo of Criminals: Transportation to Australia, by Carol Baxter

*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Wednesday, 5 October, 11 a.m.:  DNA Health Tests and Your Family Health History, by Rick Crume

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar: The new and improved Legacy Family Tree Webinars website, by Geoff Rasmussen

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:  Beginning Ukrainian Genealogy, by Michelle Chubenko

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar: Tech Zone – Working with Snagit’s Scrolling Tools, by Colleen Robledo Greene.
5)  Family tree Schooling – Podcasts:

6)  Family tree Movies (YouTube and Fb):

*  BYU Household Historical past Library:  Overcoming Brick Walls: Defining the Objective – James Tanner

*  BYU Household Historical past Library:  Using Street View on Google Earth – John Pace

*  Household Historical past Fanatics:  Are Small DNA cM Segments Valid for Genetic Genealogy Research?

*  FamilySearch:   Using French Church Records

*  Findmypast:  Fridays Live October 1st

*  Lisa Louise Cooke Family tree Gems:  Newspaper Obituaries for Genealogy and Family History

7)  Did you miss the final submit on this collection –  Genealogy News and Education Bytes – 28 September 2021?


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