Celebrate Family History Month by watching one of the free webinars from Legacy. Register or find more information at familytreewebinars.com. Notice that Friday, October 6 has a day-long lineup of presentations at many different times.
Wednesday, October 4 - No Easy Button: Using "Immersion Genealogy" to Understand Your Ancestors, by Lisa Alzo. Beginner and Intermediate
Friday, October 6 - Sweden's Multiple Naming Systems and How They Changed in the 1800s, by Martha Garrett. Intermediate
Friday, October 6 - Past Conflict Repatriation: The Role of Genealogists and Methodology in Fulfilling Our Nation’s Promise, by Jeannie Bloom. Intermediate
Friday, October 6 - Reasonably Exhaustive Research of African American Families That Came Out of Slavery, by LaBrenda Garrett Nelson. Intermediate
Friday, October 6 - Using Timelines for Correlation and Analysis, by Jill Morelli. Intermediate
Friday, October 6 - Land, Licenses, Love Gone Wrong, and Other Assorted Courthouse Records, by Ann Staley. Intermediate
Friday, October 6 - Systematically Using Autosomal DNA Test Results to Help Break Through Genealogical Brick Walls, by Tom Jones. Intermediate
Wednesday, October 11 - Southern States Migration Patterns, by Mary Hill. Intermediate
Friday, October 13 - Is Your Society Growing? Social Media may be your saving grace, by Pat Richey, who writes the 'Dear Myrtle" blog.
Tuesday, October 17 - Databases, Search Engines, and the Genealogical Proof Standard, by David Ouimette. Intermediate
Wednesday, October 18 - The WPA: Sources for Your Genealogy, by Gena Philbert-Ortega.
Wednesday, October 25 - Midwestern & Plains States Level Census Records, by Paula Stuart-Warren. (State Census Records) Beginner and Intermediate
Sunday, October 29 - Filling in the In-Between of the Jewish BMD, by Rose Feldman. Intermediate