Organization and Basics

              One A Day – A Daily Genealogy Organization Regimen 

              Tricks of the Trade – Having A Successful Research Experience 

              Beginning Genealogy – How to Start Doing Family History Research 

              Where’s the Proof – The Importance of Citing Your Sources 

              I’ve Found A Document, Now What? – Document Analysis 

              Time Travel: From the 1800s to the Present – What Life Was Like For Our Ancestors             

              Finding The Impossible: Case Study For Finding The Lost Courthouse – Genealogical Proof Standard


General Topics and Record Groups

              Research Using Contemporary Records – Strategies For Locating Family After the 1940 Census 

              Mapping Your Genealogy – Locating Your Family’s Land Using Maps, Google Earth and Migration 

              Route 66 – Its History and Impact on American Life 

              Research Using Special Collections – What And Where To Find Them And Their Use in Genealogy 

              Research at the Library of Congress From Your Home – Utilizing The Online Resources 

              Research Using Obituaries and City Directories With The Census As Your Guide 

              Preparing An Application For A Lineage Society – Information For Lineage Acceptance 

              Playing Well With Others – Genealogists Can Successfully Collaborate With Other Professionals


           Thinking Through Your DNA Results And Figuring Out What To Do Next – Analysis of Results 

           Helping Adoptees Find Their Birth Families – Strategies to Help Adoptees In Their Quest 

           Who Shares The X Or The Y Or The MtDNA In Your Family – Discovering Who Shares What DNA 

           Case Studies: DNA Successes – Finding People You Didn’t Know You Were Related To


Lecture Groups

           Analysis Theme

           DNA Theme

           Telling Family Stories – Research and Writing