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Genealogy Research Help – Why, What and Where
November 20 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pmFree, but you must register ahead of time.
For adults. Presented by with South King County Genealogy Society in conjunction with the King County Library System.
Beginner or accomplished, a major activity for genealogists is reasonably exhaustive research. Our first inclination is to put a name in a search box. But there comes a time when we have to think outside the search box.
- Beginners–a search may produce an overwhelming number of hits or nothing.
- Veterans–searching isn’t producing anything new, no matter how many times we try the same search.
Valorie Zimmerman and MaryLynn Strickland explore the research aids available at Ancestry.com Library Edition, FamilySearch.org, Cyndi’s List and other common search sites. Both are long time members of South King County Genealogical Society. They are leaders of DNA and Technology Users special interest groups and frequent contributors to the Society weekly blog.
Please register here. You will receive a link to Google Meet within the hour of the program beginning. Please check your computer for log on needs before the program begins.