Cluster and Collateral Research - July 2023Course
Looking for new ways to search for your ancestors and add to your family tree? Collateral research focuses on indirect and distant relatives and cluster research looks at those who don't share blood but may have lived nearby.
Google Search Success for Genealogy - July 2023Course
Whether you're just beginning to learn the vast capabilities of Google search or are an experienced web-junkie looking to leverage tools like YouTube and Google Books, this 4-week class on using Google for genealogy research is right up your alley.
Research Logs Made Easy - July 2023Course
Learn how to use genealogy research logs in an easy, efficient way to organize your family history, set goals, conduct research, and record your results.
Freedmen’s Bureau Records: A Family Historian’s Guide - July 2023Course
The records of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands may contain information about your ancestors from the former Confederacy, border states, and Washington, D.C. People with ancestors from burned counties may benefit.
Mastering Family Tree Maker - July 2023Course
Do you want a program that allows you to keep track of your family history research in one place? Whether you’re new to genealogy or you’ve been doing it for years, Family Tree Maker software* is a great way to grow and preserve your family tree.
Photo Editing for Family Historians - June 2023Course
Are you looking to give your faded, damaged, or neglected family photographs a boost so that you can share them with your relatives? In this one-week workshop, we’ll show you the basics of photo editing using the latest software tools and apps.