Webinars are a fabulous way to learn, and the beauty of them is that you can do it from your own home, at your own time. Legacy Family Tree Webinars have released their 2017 schedule, and registration is now open for these 76 classes. Topics range from genealogy technology, to DNA, to in-depth research methodologies, there is a lot to be learnt from these classes.
4 – Strategies to Find the Most Challenging Ancestors with Autosomal DNA Data by James M. Baker, PhD, CG.
11 – Tips and Tricks to Organizing Your Genealogy by Shannon Combs-Bennett .
13 – Legacy Family Tree for Complete Beginners by Geoff Rasmussen.
17 – Writing Up Your Research by Michael J. Leclerc, CG. (BCG)
18 – Create a Free Google Earth Historic Map Collection for Your Research by Lisa Louise Cooke.
25 – Playing Nice In The Genealogy Sandbox by Thomas MacEntee.
1 – Photography for Genealogy by Nicka Smith.
8 – The “WHO” of Genetic Genealogy by Blaine Bettinger.
10 – Deciphering German Script by Gail Blankenau.
15 – Be Your Own Digital Archivist: Preserve Your Research by Cyndi Ingle.
21 – Weaving DNA Test Results into a Proof Argument by Karen Stanbary, CG. (BCG)
22 – Finding Missing Persons With DNA Testing by Diahan Southard.
1 – Apprentices, Indentured Servants, and Redemptioners – White Slavery in America by Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, AG. 3/1
8 – 50 Websites Every Genealogist Should Know by Gena Philibert-Ortega. 3/8
10 – Home on the Range: Kansas Research Tips by Cari Taplin, CG. 3/10
15 – Why are Irish records so weird? by John Grenham. 3/15
21 – Are You My Grandpa? Men of the Same Name by Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG. 3/21 (BCG)
22 – Picture This: Images You Can Freely Use by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL . 3/22
29 – Introduction to Quaker Genealogy Research by Craig Scott. 3/29
5 – Preserve, Share, and Search Your Digital Pictures with Google Photos by Geoff Rasmussen.
12 – Your Whiteboard in the Cloud: Trello for Genealogists by Lisa Alzo.
14 – Complete Photo Restoration in 4 Easy Steps by Eric Basir.
18 – The Genealogy in Government Documents by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA. (BCG)
19 – Neighborhood Reconstruction: Effective Use of Land Records by Mary Hill, AG .
26 – Finding and Using Land Ownership Maps by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA.
28 – Researching Criminal Records by Ron Arons.
3 – Take Me Back to Where I Belong: Transportation Records of the Freedmen’s Bureau by Angela Walton-Raji.
10 – Introduction to Danish Genealogy by Fritz Juengling.
12 – New York City and State Governmental Vital Records by Jane Wilcox.
16 – MAXY DNA: Correlating mt-at-X-Y DNA with the GPS by Debbie Parker Wayne, CG, CGL. (BCG)
17 – Remember Me: Lifestreaming and the Modern Genealogist by Thomas MacEntee.
24 – WikiTree: Free for All without a Free-for-All by Eowyn Langholf.
31 – The Great War: Researching Your World War I Ancestors by Michael L. Strauss, AG.
7 – Researching Your Minnesota Ancestors by Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS, FUGA.
9 – The Increasing Need for Foreign Language Indexing by Devin Ashby.
14 – How Harry Potter Can Teach You About DNA by Blaine Bettinger.
16 – What Now? Your Next Steps with Autosomal DNA Testing by Diahan Southard.
20 – Beating the Bushes: Using the GPS to Find Jacob Bush’s Father by Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL. (BCG)
21 – Virtual Family Reunions: Super Easy, Super Fun by Pat Richley.
28 – Canada’s Top 10 by Kathryn Lake Hogan.
5 – Censational Census Strategies by Mary Roddy.
12 – Google Books: the tool you should use every day! by Lisa Louise Cooke.
14 – Tips for Snapping Pics: How to Take Perfect Family Photographs by Jared Hodges.
18 – Analyzing Documents Sparks Ideas for Further Research by Angela Packer McGhie, CG. (BCG)
19 – The Firelands, The Connecticut Western Reserve, and the Ohio Territory by Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, AG.
26 – Family History Adhesive: The Science of Why History Binds Families and the Simple Tech of How to Do It by Janet Hovorka.
2 – Tracing Your West Country Ancestors by Kirsty Gray.
9 – A Taxing Matter: Using Tax Lists in Genealogy by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL.
11 – Using Pictures with Legacy Family Tree by Geoff Rasmussen.
15 – Analyzing Probate Records of Slaveholders to Identify Enslaved Ancestors by LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, JD, LLM, CG. (BCG)
16 – Finding Your Ancestors in German Directories by Ursula Krause.
23 – How to do Mexican Research and Be Successful by Jonathan Walker.
30 – Getting Started with Evidentia by Ed Thompson.
6 – Top Tech Tips by Geoff Rasmussen.
13 – Finding Isaac Rogers by Nicka Smith.
15 – The ABCs and 123s of Researching Your Ancestor’s School Records by Melissa Barker.
19 – When Does Newfound Evidence Overturn a Proved Conclusion? by Tom Jones. (BCG)
20 – Wolfram Alpha for Genealogists by Thomas MacEntee.
27 – Quick Guide to Texas Research by Deena Coutant.
4 – No Easy Button: Using “Immersion Genealogy” to Understand Your Ancestors by Lisa Alzo.
11 – Southern States Migration Patterns by Mary Hill, AG.
13 – Is Your Society Growing? Social Media may be your saving grace by Pat Richley.
17 – Databases, Search Engines, and the Genealogical Proof Standard by David Ouimette, CG. (BCG)
18 – The WPA: Sources for Your Genealogy by Gena Philibert-Ortega.
25 – Midwestern & Plains States Level Census Records by Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FMGS, FUGA.
1 – Is this the End? Taking Your German Brick Walls Down Piece by Piece by Ursula Krause and Luana Darby.
8 – New York City Genealogical Research: Navigating Through The Five Boroughs by Michael L. Strauss, AG.
10 – Using Non-Population Schedules for Context and Evidence by Jill Morelli.
15 – British and Irish research: the differences by Brian Donovan.
21 – Research in Federal Records: Some Assembly Required by Malissa Ruffner, JD, CG. (BCG)
29 – Understanding Alabama by Rorey Cathcart.
6 – Finding Your Roots in Catholic Records by Lisa Salinas.
13 – I Thought He Was My Ancestor: Avoiding the Six Biggest Genealogy Mistakes by James M. Baker, PhD, CG.
15 – Finding Your Nordic Parish of Birth by Jill Morelli.
19 – The Law and the Reasonably Exhaustive (Re)Search by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL. (BCG)
20 – Palmetto Pride – South Carolina for Genealogist by Rorey Cathcart.
27 – Problems and Pitfalls of a “Reasonably Shallow Search” by Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL.
So how do you take part in these webinars? Well, you can sign up with them for a month or a year, and that gives you access to them for that time frame.
Legacy Family Tree Webinars is a membership site, and it’s just US$9.95 for a month, or US$49.95 for a whole year. To put that into perspective, that works out to only US$0.79 per webinar, and that’s without even taking in the whole back catalogue which you can view as well. You cannot get any better than that!!
So what are you waiting for? Sign up now …
And by the way, you don’t have to watch them ‘live’, as they are still viewable later. So you don’t have to worry about being up at the right time or day or night (whatever time it happens to be in your part of the world), so you won’t miss it.
Make 2017 the year to expand your genealogical knowledge, and with Legacy Family Tree Webinars, you can do it from your own home.