SLIG 2019 Courses

 

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Records & Resources

Course 1: The Family History Law Library

Course 2: Beside, Through, and Beyond the Golden Door: Immigrants to the United States After 1890

Course 3: Metes & Bounds Land Platting

Regional Research

Course 4: Bridging the Gap: New England to the Midwest, 1780-1840

Course 5: Researching New York: Resources and Strategies

Course 6: Advanced Southern Research and Resources

Ethnic Research

Course 7: 1619-2019: Four Hundred Years of African American Genealogy

Course 8: Native American Research

Countries & Languages

Course 9: Gothic Script and Fraktur: Reading Records of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, and the Czech Republic, plus German-American Church Books and Newspapers

DNA

Course 10: Introduction to Genetic Genealogy

Course 11: A Practical Approach: Establishing Genealogical Proof with DNA

Methodology

Course 12: Researching Like A Professional

Course 13: Burned Counties and More: Overcoming Destroyed, Missing or Non-Extant Records; Sources and Techniques/Methods

Course 14: Advanced Genealogical Methods

Writing & Summarizing

Course 15: Writing a Quality Family Narrative