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French North American Research SESSION: F303, DATE & TIME: Friday, 10 May 2019, 8:00 a.m. SPONSOR: History and Genealogy Department, St. Louis County Library Larry Franke Come and learn about the many resources available for researching French-speaking Catholics and Protestant Huguenots in Nort...

Using the Kaskaskia Manuscripts SESSION: W125, DATE & TIME: Wednesday, 8 May 2019, 11:00 a.m. SPONSOR: History and Genealogy Department, St. Louis County Library Larry Franke The Kaskaskia Manuscripts comprise a collection of primarily 18th century civil records kept by the French in Southwest...

Y and Mitochondrial DNA – Periscope Through Time SESSION: F322, DATE & TIME: Friday, May 10th – 11 a.m. Roberta Estes Have you ever wished that you could time travel back in time to visit with your ancestors? Now you can, thanks to two special types of DNA gifted to you by your ancestors! Di...

The Benefits of an Online Genealogy Organizational System SESSION: W159, TIME & DATE: Wednesday, 4:00 pm SPONSOR: ResearchTiesTM Jill Crandell, MA, AG® The need to be methodical and efficient causes many of us to struggle as we seek the best method to record research and retrieve our documents...

Microsoft Excel® as a Genealogy Research Tool SESSION: S428, TIME & DATE: Saturday, 11:00 a.m. SPONSOR: BYU Center for Family History and Genealogy Jill Crandell, MA, AG® Too often family historians settle for using their computers merely to locate and store data. More power lies at your finge...

Time Travel with Google Earth SESSION: F358, TIME & DATE: Friday, 10 May 2019, at 4:00 p.m. Lisa Louise Cooke, Speaker Traveling back in time is every genealogists dream! Get one step closer to achieving time travel using the free Google Earth Pro software. See how old maps, genealogical records...

Create a Free Map Collection in Google Earth Customized for Your Genealogy Research (Track – Records) Lisa Louise Cooke, Speaker SESSION: W145, TIME/DATE: Wednesday, 08 May 2019, at 2:30 pm If you’d like to have hundreds of free detailed historic maps for the locations where your ancestors l...

German for Genealogists (Track – Records) James M. Beidler SESSION: S455, TIME/DATE: 4 p.m., Saturday, 11 May 2019 When someone thinks they are ending a conversation on German genealogy with “But I don’t know the language,” they need to understand this is actually the starting point. An...

Beginning a Search for Pennsylvania Roots (Track – States) SESSION:  F306 / TIME/DATE: 8 a.m. Friday, 10 May 2019 James M. Beidler Pennsylvania didn’t earn its nickname as the “Keystone State” for no reason. It’s estimated that about one in four Americans has ancestors who set foot in...

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