Date: 23 April 2011
Time: 1pm EDT
The emergence of the Internet has led to many online resources for genealogical research. Many researchers are unaware of the sheer volume and variety of records that have been brought online, at no cost, by government agencies and others active in individual towns, counties, and states.
This presentation will focus on what kinds of records are available, some of the places to look, and how to find online resources in your area of research. Several websites will be used as examples to demonstrate how to find resources in different places.
For registration information, visit http://haitfamilyresearch.com/webinars.aspx
Michael Hait is currently serving as Vice-President of the National Capital Area chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists. He is the instructor of the "African-American Ancestors" course for the National Institute of Genealogical Studies, a regular contributor to genealogical magazines and journals, and the author of several books.