GFO Presents – APRIL 16-18 Family tree Zoomboree – Making the Invisible Seen

 I acquired this from the Genealogical Discussion board of Oregon (GFO) lately:


APRIL 16-18 Family tree Zoomboree – Making the Invisible Seen

The Genealogical Discussion board of Oregon celebrates its seventy fifth Anniversary with a multicultural Genealogy Zoomboree, April 16-18.

4 nationally identified specialists carry us 8 classes that can assist you faucet on-line sources from dwelling as you hint your loved ones roots. 

Registration for one, two, three or all 4 audio system is on-line at

Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG, CGL, Board for Certification of Genealogists – 

  • Courthouse Analysis & Indexes – Discover essential genealogical info out of your native courthouse.

  • Land Data: Wealthy Sources for Your Analysis – Even non-landowners can find yourself in land and deed information. 

Linda Harms Okazaki, Nikkei Genealogical Society

  • Introduction to Japanese American Analysis – Japanese American analysis gives classes in genealogical analysis that advantages all genealogists. Customized info for Oregon included.

  • WWII Internment Camps: Japanese, Germans & Italians – Japanese Individuals and their households, in addition to Individuals of different heritage, have been thought of “enemy aliens,” and imprisoned by the U.S. Authorities. Find out about internment websites and the information created. 

Sherri Camp, MLS, Previous PresidentAfro-American Historic & Genealogical Society 

  • African American Analysis Methods – Study key methods to find sources and information for details about African American ancestors and relations.

  • A Treasure Trove of Free Web sites – Discover ways to entry free genealogical info whereas we keep secure at dwelling doing analysis at our computer systems.

Michael Lacopo, DVM, Skilled Genealogist – 

  • Medical Family tree: A primer of ailments that killed our ancestors and the epidemics they lived via – Many researchers barely perceive the reason for dying listed. Know what your ancestors’ communities, the widespread ailments, and also you’ll learn the way they lived.

  • “I’m poor, obscure, plain, and little.”  Researching Invisible Ancestors – In case your ancestors had little cash, didn’t purchase and promote land, didn’t depart wills, and didn’t buy gravestones, how do you discover them? This lecture will present you the way!


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