Legacy Family Tree Webinars, in partnership with the Federation of Genealogical Sociaties (FGS), is pleased to release a new Research in Washington DC series. This series is designed to help prepare researchers to explore the wonderful family history resources of our nation’s capitol, whether online from home or onsite in the city itself.
The series is comprised of thirteen webinars covering various aspects of Researching in Washington DC by leading experts in the field:
Finding What You Need at the National Archives, Part I: Navigating the NARA Website by Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, FUGA
Finding What You Need at the National Archives, Part II: Using NARA Finding Aids by Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, FUGA
Locating National Archives Resources with NARA’s Digitization Partners by Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, FUGA
Newspapers and Periodicals at the Library of Congress by Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, FUGA
Why Spend a Day at Archives II in College Park, Maryland? by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA
The first eight webinars are available now for viewing. The remaining five webinars will be available by May 31, 2019.
We invite you to come to Washington, DC, 21-24 August 2019, to attend the full four-day Federation of Genealogical Societies annual family history conference. Come early or stay late to do some research at the National Archives, the Library of Congress, the DAR Library, or any number of area repositories. Come back to Legacy Family Tree webinars to learn about research in DC from this series of special FGS webinars.
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