An exciting new session has been added to the Jamboree Extension Series of genealogy webinars. Register today for all of the upcoming programs. View the original webcast for no charge or SCGS members view the archived session at their leisure.
Saturday, November 3, 2012 - 10am to 11:30am Pacific Time
"Immigrant Voices - Angel Island Immigration"
This presentation will highlight the oral history work of
the Foundation's Immigrant Voices project. Select immigration stories
will be shared along with ways which you can contribute to the growing
public archive (http://www.aiisf.org/immigrant-voices.) The presentation will include information on researching Chinese-American residents, many of whom entered America through Angel Island.
Other upcoming sessions include:
"Playground Rules for Genealogy on the Internet"
The internet creates an exciting gathering place where we can find distant cousins and fast friends to help us research our family tree. It’s never too late to play by the rules and have fun. Be sure to follow these three basic safety rules and you’ll have a great time.
"Hark! That Tombstone is Talking to Me!"
Linda Woodward Geiger, CG
You CAN get blood from a stone. Learn about wringing the tombstone dry and learning more about your ancestors.
(NOTICE: DATE CHANGE)
"Online Resources for Colonial America"
D. Joshua Taylor
Discover web sites, online databases, university projects, online archives, and other resources for researching your Colonial American ancestors online. Learn how to use Early American Imprints, JSTOR, and other resources.