Genealogy News and Education Bytes — Friday, 22 April 2022

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 schooling gadgets that got here throughout our desktop because the final concern.    

1)  News Articles:

2)  New or Up to date Document Collections:

3)  Family tree Schooling — Conferences and Institutes

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

*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Tuesday, 26 April, 11 a.m.:  Different Ways to View Your Tree, by Uri Gonen.

*  Upcoming Household Tree Webinar – Wednesday, 27 April, 11 a.m.:  Wringing Every Drop out of Mitochondrial DNA, by Roberta Estes.

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:   Unlocking Stories of Our Female Ancestors through Effective Research Methodology, by Denyce Porter Peyton.

*  Archived Household Tree Webinar:  Proving Parentage Two Centuries Later Using DNA Evidence, by David S. Ouimette
5)  Family tree Schooling – Podcasts/Radio Exhibits:

6)  Family tree Movies (YouTube and Fb):

*  Household Historical past Fanatics:  Can You Build a Family Tree With Cousin Matches on Living DNA?

*  Family tree Fast Begin: TV LIVE with Daniel Horowitz

*  Family tree With Amy Johnson Crow:  How to Improve Your Genealogy Habits and Find More Ancestors!

*  Julie Cahill Tarr | Family tree in Motion:  AncestryDNA: New Ethnicity Feature Divides Results By Parent

*  Simply Family tree:  Beginning Genealogy #1 – JG0039
*  Simply Family tree:  Prepare to Write – JG0041

*  Lisa Louise Cooke Family tree Gems:  Italian Family History and Genealogy

7)  Did you miss the final submit on this sequence –  Genealogy News and Education Bytes – 19 April 2022?


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