September is just around the corner, and there’s never been a better time to send yourself “back to school” and take your genealogy skills up a level: Legacy Family Tree Webinars is hosting the third annual Webtember, a free, month-long online genealogy conference!
Every Friday in September, Legacy Family Tree Webinars will host multiple live and pre-recorded webinars with expert speakers on a wide variety of family history topics. A total of 31 webinars will take place, and they’ll all be available to view for free until the end of the month.
Our own Myko Clelland, Director of Content in Europe at MyHeritage, will be speaking about tracing migrating ancestors; Emmanuel Condamine, COO of Filae, will provide an introduction to this extremely valuable French platform we acquired last year; and many, many more fascinating sessions sure to be of interest to MyHeritage fans are in the lineup. You can register for just one session, several, or all of them — completely free.
Click here to register for the sessions that interest you!
You can find the full schedule of sessions below:
|Date||Time (Eastern U.S.)||Live/Pre-recorded||Speaker||Title|
|Sep 2||10:15 A.M.||Live||Lisa Alzo||10 Best Self-Publishing Tips for Family Historians|
|11:30 A.M.||Live||Dave Obee||Changing Places, Changing Borders: Overcoming Geographic Challenges|
|12:45 P.M.||Live||Myko Clelland||Tracing Migrating Ancestors: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How|
|2:00 P.M.||Live||Sharon Batiste Gillins and Cheri Hudson Passey||Descendants of the Enslaved and Enslavers — Working Together to Discover Family|
|Pre-recorded||Elizabeth M. O’Neal||What You Can Learn from Lineage Societies… Without Being a Member!|
|Pre-recorded||Suzanne Russo Adams||Italian Civil Marriage Supplements|
|Sep 9||10:15 A.M.||Live||Michael L. Strauss||Delivering the Mail: Records of the United States Post Office|
|11:30 A.M.||Live||J. Mark Lowe||What’s Next When You Are Told Those Records Were “Burnt Up”|
|12:45 P.M.||Live||Emmanuel Condamine||An Introduction to Filae: the Largest Source of French Archives|
|2:00 P.M.||Live||Paul Milner||Understanding and Using Scottish Kirk Session Records|
|Pre-recorded||Grant Din||Settlers in California’s Sacramento Delta — History and Resources|
|Pre-recorded||Peggy Clemens Lauritzen||Entering the Old Northwest Territory|
|Sep 16||10:15 A.M.||Live||James M. Beidler||Germany to Pennsylvania: 18th Century Odyssey|
|11:30 A.M.||Live||Judy G. Russell||Using Google Books to Find the Law|
|12:45 P.M.||Live||Randy Schoenberg||The Pros and Cons of Collaboration on Geni.com|
|2:00 P.M.||Live||Colleen Greene||Essential Immigration Records for Researching Your Mexican Ancestors|
|Pre-recorded||Wayne Shepheard||Famine and Family History|
|Pre-recorded||Bruce Durie||Can Americans Get a Legal Coat of Arms from Scotland?|
|Sep 23||10:15 A.M.||Live||Teri E. Flack||Strategies to Jumpstart Your Research|
|11:30 A.M.||Live||Rick Sayre||A Deep Dive into the Map Collections of the Library of Congress|
|12:45 P.M.||Live||Cathy Wallace||Documenting Cemeteries with BillionGraves|
|2:00 P.M.||Live||Cyndi Ingle||Mastering Digital Filing for Genealogists|
|Pre-recorded||Kathy Meade||Swedish-American Church Books — Great Genealogical Source!|
|Pre-recorded||Ellen S. Kowitt||Documenting Jewish Families in America: The Early Years 1654–1880|
|Pre-recorded||Robyn Smith||Fruit of the Earth: Using Deeds to Uncover Your Ancestors|
|Sep 30||10:15 A.M.||Live||Michelle Leonard||The Top Ten DNA Do’s and Don’ts!|
|11:30 A.M.||Live||Janice Lovelace||Separate Even in Death — Black Funerals and Cemeteries|
|12:45 P.M.||Live||Rebecca Koford||Controlling Chaos: Managing a Genealogical Project|
|2:00 P.M.||Live||Diane Richard||50 Mostly “Hot off the Press” Net Sites You Want to Check Out!|
|Pre-recorded||Shannon Green||Four Keys to Creating Complete and Accurate Transcriptions (and Why You Should)|
|Pre-recorded||Melissa Barker||The Tennessee State Library and Archives: A Mega Archive for Your Tennessee Ancestors|
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