The presenter is Sherry Irvine, BA (History), MSc, CGsm, of
. Sherry, a favorite lecturer across the Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada , is an established teacher and lecturer of family history with over twenty-five years of experience. Further biographical information is available at either NGS website at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/or the Pharos Teaching and Tutoring Ltd website at http://www.pharostutors.com/ . United States
Pharos Teaching and Tutoring Ltd was founded in 2005 by Sherry Irvine and Helen Osborn, two professional genealogists who share enthusiasm for helping others journey into the past. Their goal is to teach others the most rewarding ways to search for ancestors in
England, Scotland, Wales, and . Ireland
British Isles Origins: Where and How Do I Cross the Pond? offers students a mixture of history, population study, sources, and research strategies. Its primary objectives are to present practical guidance for launching research into the British origins of immigrant ancestors and to offer help on building contextual knowledge of migration patterns and history, at national and local levels. For more information on the course or to view course visit the course webpage on the NGS website at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/pharos_public.
For NGS members who register through the NGS member’s only site, the course is $55.25, a savings of 15% from the full, non-member price of $65.00
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