Tuesday, February 2, 2016

MnGS Wednesday Webinar

Naturalization: The Law, the Process and the Records

TomRice
Tom Rice, CG


  • Date:  Wednesday, February 3, 2016
  • Time:  7:00 PM Central
  • Presenter:  Tom Rice, CG, is a professional genealogical researcher, lecturer and writer. He is past director of MGS, past officer and current director of IGSI, managing editor of The Septs, and Minnesota Historical Society genealogy help desk volunteer. He has attended 10 week long genealogy institutes.
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    Webinar Description: For many family historians it is important to learn whether, when and how their immigrant ancestors became American citizens. The laws covering becoming a citizen changed over time as did the records created during the process. In this session, we will look at these changes and where to find records created during this process -- as well as related records that show whether a person was a citizen, or that were created if they were not such as the Alien Registration of 1918.

    Cost: Free!


    Please note:

    Registering does not guarantee entrance to the webinar, in which space may be limited. Arrive early. 

    A recording of this webinar will be posted on the MnGS website, for members only.

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