05 June 2015

Family History Library -- FREE week-long US Research Seminar; 1/2 of classes offered as FREE webinars

The Family History Library (in Salt Lake City UT) is offering a FREE week-long United States Research Seminar (30 classes) 12th -16th October 2015. Half of the classes will also be offered as webinars (also FREE).

The Family History Library and the Research Specialists of the United States and Canada Reference team invite you to a free, never before offered, week-long seminar. The focus will be exclusively U.S. research. The seminar is perfect for beginning and intermediate genealogists interested in learning about U.S. records, FamilySearch resources, and Family History Library collection ...

Read more about the seminar, how to registrar and bookmark the page since it also contains the links for the planned webinars.

Do check out the seminar brochure for additional information.

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