Virginia, with its history reaching back to 1607, is one of the most important states for genealogical research! In recognition of that Legacy Family Tree Webinars has released two new Bonus webinars for family historians with Virginia ancestry. These join the Basics of Virginia Genealogy Research which is already in the Legacy Library.
We're working hard to give our webinar subscribers the educational classes they need to maximize their genealogical research! Both of these new classes are bonus webinars in the Legacy library. The webinar previews are always free.
Online and Offline Resources for Virginia Genealogy
The Old Dominion state of Virginia has many hidden gems for your research needs. Learn about a few of them and how they can aid in your ancestral quest.
Tips and Tricks for Using the Library of Virginia Website
The Library of Virginia is an amazing resource for researches. Learn how to use the website, what it contains, and strategies for success.
These webinars join another excellent Virginia webinar already in the library:
If you are new to Virginia research, or simply need a refresher of the Old Dominion State, this is the webinar for you. Learn about its history, records and repositories as well as learning some valuable tips for researching there. Yes, there will be suggestions on how to work around those pesky burned counties in addition to African and Native American research. *** This webinar is currently FREE to watch until January 27, 2016 * Click either link to watch.
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Legacy Family Tree Webinars provides genealogy education where-you-are through live and recorded online webinars and videos. Learn from the best instructors in genealogy including Thomas MacEntee, Judy Russell, J. Mark Lowe, Lisa Louise Cooke, Megan Smolenyak, Tom Jones, and many more. Learn at your convenience. On-demand classes are available 24 hours a day! All you need is a computer or mobile device with an Internet connection.
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All 298 classes in the library (443 hours of quality genealogy education)