18 April 2016

Jamboree 2016: Thursday Workshop - Bridging the Decades: Little Used Clues from the Census

You’ve found the census records, now what? 

Did you notice all the clues? 

Census records can reveal many things about our ancestors, their families, friends, associates and neighbors. Learning how to analyze the records, compare and correlate the information they contain can help break down brick walls and lead to clues for further investigation.

Join us in this in-depth workshop. Explore genealogy methods and avoid pitfalls when using them to bridge the gap to further research. 

Thursday, June 2 2016  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
TH‐B   Bridging the Decades: Little Used Clues from the Census
          by Elissa Scalise Powell, CG®, CGL® 

This is part of a series of special workshops which are open to registered attendees of Genetic Genealogy or to those registered to at least one day at Jamboree 2016. Additional registration is required.

Limited to 40 participants

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