Tuesday, September 19, 2017

When Does Newfound Evidence Overturn a Proved Conclusion? - free webinar by BCG's Tom Jones, PhD, CG, CGL now online for limited time

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The recording of tonight's webinar by the Board for Certification of Genealogists, "When Does Newfound Evidence Overturn a Proved Conclusion?" by Tom Jones, PhD, CG, CGL is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com/BCG for free for a limited time.
Webinar Description
Even thorough research can miss relevant sources. What are the options when useful information or DNA test results appear after a researcher establishes a conclusion?
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If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour 19 minute recording of "When Does Newfound Evidence Overturn a Proved Conclusion?" is now available to view in our webinar library for free for a limited time. Or watch it at your convenience with an annual or monthly webinar membership
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Register for our upcoming webinars (free)
  • WolframAlpha for Genealogists by Thomas MacEntee. September 20.
  • Quick Guide to Texas Research by Deena Coutant. September 27.
  • No Easy Button: Using “Immersion Genealogy” to Understand Your Ancestors by Lisa Alzo. October 4.
  • Sweden's Multiple Naming Systems and How They Changed in the 1800s by Martha Garrett, CG. October 6.
  • Past Conflict Repatriation: The Role of Genealogists and Methodology in Fulfilling Our Nation’s Promise by Jeanne Bloom, CG. October 6.
  • Reasonably Exhaustive Research of African American Families That Came Out of Slavery by LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG. October 6.
  • Using Timelines for Correlation and Analysis by Jill Morelli, CG. October 6.
  • Land, Licenses, Love Gone Wrong, and Other Assorted Courthouse Records by Ann Staley, CG, CGL. October 6.
  • Systematically Using Autosomal DNA Test Results to Help Break Through Genealogical Brick Walls by Tom Jones, Ph.D, CG, CGL. October 6.
  • Southern States Migration Patterns by Mary Hill, AG. October 11.
  • Is Your Society Growing? Social Media may be your saving grace by Pat Richley. October 13.
  • Databases, Search Engines, and the Genealogical Proof Standard by David Ouimette, CG. October 17.
  • The WPA: Sources for Your Genealogy by Gena Philibert-Ortega. October 18.
  • Midwestern & Plains States Level Census Records by Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS, FUGA. October 25.
  • Filling in the In-Between of the Jewish BMD by Rose Feldman. October 29.
  • Introduction to the Use of Autosomal DNA Testing by Tim Janzen. October 29.
  • Google for Genealogy: Search Tricks to Tease Out Information by Jessica Taylor. October 29.
  • Discover Your Family History with MyHeritage's Unique Technologies by Daniel Horowitz. October 29.
  • How to Pass Your Ancestors' Legacy to Your Grandchildren by Jessica Taylor. October 29.
  • Advanced Autosomal DNA Techniques used in Genetic Genealogy by Tim Janzen. October 29.
  • Jewish Family Research Challenges by Garri Regev. October 29.
  • Is this the End? Taking Your German Brick Walls Down Piece by Piece by Luana Darby and Ursula C. Krause. November 1.
  • New York City Genealogical Research: Navigating Through The Five Boroughs by Michael L. Strauss, AG. November 8.
  • Using Non-Population Schedules for Context and Evidence by Jill Morelli. November 10.
  • British and Irish research: the differences by Brian Donovan. November 15.
  • Research in Federal Records: Some Assembly Required by Malissa Ruffner, JD, CG. November 21.
  • Understanding Alabama by Rorey Cathcart. November 29.
  • Finding Your Roots in Catholic Records by Lisa Toth Salinas. December 6.
  • I Thought He Was My Ancestor: Avoiding the Six Biggest Genealogy Mistakes by James M. Baker, PhD, CG. December 13.
  • Finding Your Nordic Parish of Birth by Jill Morelli. December 15.
  • The Law and the Reasonably Exhaustive (Re)Search by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL. December 19.
  • Palmetto Pride - South Carolina for Genealogist by Rorey Cathcart. December 20.
  • Problems and Pitfalls of a Reasonably Shallow Search by Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL. December 27.
See you online!
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