The Friends of the National Archives Southeast Region are pleased to sponsor the presentation "loc.gov: Using Our Nation's Library Online" with Laura Prescott on March 12th, 2013.
Summary: Explore one of the most rewarding, yet overlooked, online resources: The Library of Congress, loc.gov. Laura will show you hidden treasures like maps, diaries, books, manuscripts, and photos. Learn effective search and navigation techniques and add a dimension of social history to your research.
Presenter: Laura G. Prescott is a professional researcher, writer, and speaker. She worked for the New England Historic Genealogical Society for seven years before starting her own research business. Originally from Charleston, West Virginia, she has lived in New England for over thirty-five years.
Laura graduated with a B.A. in History from Dartmouth College in 1980, ultimately putting her degree to good use over a decade later when she discovered a latent passion for genealogy.
Laura is past president of the Association of Professional Genealogists, genealogy project manager for the Nickerson Family Association, and a consultant for Fold3.com. She lectures and writes for national audiences on a variety of genealogical topics. Her specialties include the use of manuscripts in genealogical research, genealogy on the Internet, genealogy for Mac users, and merging history with genealogy.
Her articles have appeared in Ancestry, New England Ancestors, Genealogical Computing, NGS NewsMagazine, and Digital Genealogist.
This presentation will be broadcast live on March 12th, 2013:
· 2:00 pm Eastern
· 1:00 pm Central
· 12:00 pm Mountain
· 11:00 am Pacific
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