Virtual Seminar: 21st Century Research for the Everyday Genealogist
Saturday, November 7, the Rogue Valley Genealogical Society presents “21st Century Research for the Everyday Genealogist.” Guest presenter, Consulting Heritage Detective Annette Burke Lyttle has been a full-time genealogist and family historian since 2012, providing professional genealogical services in research, education, and writing. She has helped genealogy researchers discover their family’s rich history, and has spoken locally, state-wide and nationally on a variety of genealogical topics, helping families to uncover and share their family stories.
In June 2020, Annette was a faculty member at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh and in January 2021, she will be a course coordinator for the (virtual) Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy. Go to http://heritagedetective.com/about-annette-burke-lyttle/
to learn more about Annette.
Register at https://rvgslibrary.org/FormPage.asp?FormID=17
for this virtual, Zoom presentation. Once you’ve completed your registration, you will receive an email the day before the class with your Zoom link. Space is limited, so register early!
Seminar Classes Include:
- Genealogical Proof for the Everyday Genealogist
- How Research Plans Can Up Your Genealogical Game
- Find Your Family History in Free Online Newspapers
- Chasing Uncle William Through the Wilds of Cyberspace
21st Century Research for the Everyday Genealogist
November 7, 2020 * 9am to 4pm * Register at https://rvgslibrary.org/FormPage.asp?FormID=17
RVGS Members, $45; non-Members, $55
Thank you, Jackson County Cultural Coalition & Oregon Cultural Trust, for your support!