Want to learn more about your family line? Join us for this informative class that will teach you about using internet paid search engines to search for your ancestors and lost family all over the world! This course is designed for those researchers relatively new, who wish to use all databases and communication facilities to further their research and explore a family branch for which they know the town of origin. The class will provide the skills for finding pieces of information, developing search strategies, organizing data, using internet genealogy sites and working in foreign archives. Students must be comfortable browsing the internet. Instructor: Howard T. Coblentz
Supplies Needed: Pen or Pencil, Legal Size Writing Pad, Cell phone or iPad (optional). Please also bring a single page summary of your immediate family with names and dates of birth if possible. We will follow federal, state, or local COVID-19 guidelines.
Activity Secondary Category
Science, Nature & History
Meeting Room 100 at The Olympia Center