Genealogy News and Education Bytes — Friday, 18 June 2021

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


1)  News Articles:

 


2)  New or Up to date Document Collections:

3)  Family tree Schooling — Conferences and Institutes

*  THE Genealogy Show – Virtual (25-26 June 2021)



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




*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Wednesday, 23 June, 11 a.m.:  Angel Island’s Immigrants from 80 Countries: Stories from the West Coast Counterpart to Ellis Island, by Grant Din

*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Tuesday, 22 June, 11 a.m.:  Top tips for reviewing Smart Matches™ and Record Matches, by Daniel Horowitz

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:  They Had Names: Identifying Children Represented by Tick Marks in Pre-1850 Censuses, by Denise E. Cross

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:  New England’s ‘Seventh State’: Life along the coast, by B.J. Jamieson

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:   Online Sources for Scottish Genealogy Research, by Christine Woodcock

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:  Tech Zone — What do MyHeritage AutoClusters Tell Me?, by Paul Woodbury
5)  Family tree Schooling – Podcasts:

6)  Family tree Movies (YouTube and Fb):


*  BYU Household Historical past Library:  Discovering your Ancestors in Central America – James Tanner

*  BYU Household Historical past Library:  Discovering Your Ancestors in Wales – James Tanner

*  Cheri Hudson Passey:  GenFriends: Paternal Heirlooms





*  Family tree TV:  How to Use WikiTree

*  Lisa Louise Cooke’s Family tree Gems:  Source Citation for Genealogy – Elevenses with Lisa Episode 60





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