Pennsylvania was not only one of the original 13 colonies but it became the site of much migration and growth during the westward expansion of America. It is also the state with the largest German-American population with one of its original German settlements, Germantown, founded in 1683. In recognition of Pennsylvania's contribution to U.S. history, Legacy Family Tree Webinars has released five new Bonus classes for family historians with Pennsylvania ancestry. These join two Pennsylvania classes already in the Webinar Library.
The new webinars include:
- Locating Pennsylvania Vital and Religious Records
- What's a Prothonotary? Pennsylvania Court and Legal Records
- Exploring Pennsylvania's Best Libraries and Repositories
- Hidden Gems of the Keystone State - Finding Land, Military, Ethnic, and Overlooked Records
- East, West, and In-Between: Navigating Pennsylvania's Counties and Their Resources
We're working hard to give our webinar subscribers the educational classes they need to maximize their genealogical research! All of these new classes are bonus webinars in the Legacy library. The webinar previews are always free.
Locating Pennsylvania Vital and Religious Records
Vital records are key documents for learning more about your Pennsylvania ancestors. Learn about online and offline resources for civil birth marriage, and death registers, and how to obtain baptismal, burial, marriage, and other religious records in the Keystone state.
What's a Prothonotary? Pennsylvania Court and Legal Records
Learn how to research Pennsylvania Prothonotary and other key legal records to find out key details about your Keystone state ancestors.
Exploring Pennsylvania's Best Libraries and Repositories
Pennsylvania has a rich history to explore. Through this webinar, we will take a virtual tour of some of the best libraries and repositories in the Keystone state.
Hidden Gems of the Keystone State - Finding Land, Military, Ethnic, and Overlooked Records
Pennsylvania has a plethora of resources useful to genealogists. Learn about the hidden gems of the Keystone state and how to find land, military, ethnic, and other overlooked records.
East, West, and In-Between: Navigating Pennsylvania's Counties and Their Resources
Learn how to navigate Pennsylvania’s counties and where to find records and resources for your Keystone state ancestors.
These webinars join two other excellent Pennsylvania webinars already in the library:
Researching Your Pennsylvania Ancestors
Pennsylvania has a plethora of archives, libraries, and repositories, where you’ll find a wealth of documents to help you unlock key details about your ancestors. Discover what records are available, where they are located and how to utilize them to trace your roots in the Keystone state.
Best Online Resources for Pennsylvania Genealogy
Pennsylvania has an abundance of resources for genealogists, and the good news is that many of them can now be accessed online. In this webinar, you’ll discover what digitized resources are available for Pennsylvania Research and how to search them to learn more about your Keystone State ancestors.
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