Genealogy News and Education Bytes — Friday, 12 November 2021

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


1)  News Articles:




2)  New or Up to date Report Collections:



3)  Family tree Training — Conferences and Institutes




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



*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Friday, 12 November, 11 a.m.:   Court Records for People of Color Family History Research, by Nicka Smith

*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Tuesday, 16 November, 5 p.m.:  Planning Research, by LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:  An overview of the massive new record collection from France, by Elizabeth Zetland.

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:  The Two Colonial Georgias, by Larry W. Thomas.

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:  Tech Zone – Managing Citations & Sources Lists in Zotero, by Colleen Robledo Greene.

5)  Family tree Training – Podcasts/Radio Exhibits:

*  Lisa Louise Cooke’s Family tree Gems:  Episode 258 – DNA Problem-solving for Genealogy

6)  Family tree Movies (YouTube and Fb):



*  BYU Household Historical past Library: French Online Resources (Geneanet, Filae, etc.) – James Tanner



*  Household Historical past Fanatics:  How Far Distant Can I Expect to Get Reliable Cousin Matches?





*  Lisa Louise Cooke’s Family tree Gems:  World War II Fallen Stories



*  WikiTree:  WikiTree Livecast (10 Nov 2021) – WikiTree Problem feat Claire Brisson-Banks and Maureen Taylor

7)  Did you miss the final publish on this sequence –  Genealogy News and Education Bytes – 9 November 2021?

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