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9:30-10:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast 10:00-11:00 Newspaper Resources and Research Strategies 11:15-12:15 Researching Your New England Ancestors 12:15-1:30 Business Meeting, Luncheon, Door Prize 1:30-2:30 How to Organize, Write and Publish Your Family Stories, in as Few as Four PagesFind out more »
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Free for JGS/CJH members; $5.00 for guests and generalFind out more »
All LLI classes were canceled March 12th due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Spring term begins for Lifetime Learners’ Genealogy course!
Cheshire Public Library, via ZOOM, preregistration required. Link: https://cheshirelibrary.libcal.com/event/5492434Find out more »
Networking at 10am. Sponsored by the Connecticut Ancestry Society. The program will be conducted via ZOOM. https://www.connecticutancestry.org/Find out more »
Sponsored by The Friends of the Cos Cob Library and the Local History Department of the Greenwich Library. The program will be conducted via ZOOM.Find out more »
Class description, and portal to registration https://www.bronxvilleadultschool.org/bronxville/course/course.aspx?C=238&pc=27&mc=0&sc=0 COST: $15 Registration is OPEN. Please be sure to register by the day before the class at the latest. You will receive an invitation email with a link to join the Zoom meeting.Find out more »
Sponsored by the Lee County Genealogical SocietyFind out more »
Topic: WCGS, Jan 2021 Zoom Meeting - "You Should Write a Book: Write Your Family Story" Time: Jan 9, 2021 09:45 AM Eastern Time Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84347733011?pwd=M25UNjhUeTJjeUxVVFg5KytONlFxZz09 Meeting ID and Passcode available on request.Find out more »
An unusual surname and a storied life make Caroline Ruutz-Rees (1865 – 1954) an ideal case study for a program on best practices for conducting online newspaper research. Caroline Ruutz-Rees broke ground in myriad realms. She broke ground in Greenwich as the headmistress (1890 - 1936) of Rosemary Hall, a progressive preparatory school for girls…Find out more »