Lectures begin in the morning with coffee, tea and limited snacks with break for lunch time (lunch and forum included), and continue into the afternoon.
9:00 AM Registration Begins
9:30 AM Native American Records Rarely Used: Many genealogists are aware of census, birth, death, and using newspapers to glean information about distant relatives. This topic will delve into sources most researchers fail to recognize as possible leads towards finding a family member of Native descent. Records such as election tally sheets, employment as government workers, agricultural lease and/or mining records, intruder files, federal court records and other little used resources.
Mid-Morning/Topic Break - as presentation allows
12:00 PM Lunch with GCI moderated forum in classroom area: Service and serving the genealogical community through organizations
1:30 PM Genealogical tidbits to help Your Research Journey: What are the basics? How best to organize records. What are best practices to preserve the records you have, and citing where records came from.
Mid-Afternoon/Topic Break - as
Will occur sometime during River Bend $5.00 free play for all (2-4PM)
Preliminary estimates start lectures about 9AM and wrap up the day by 4PM.
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