The Georgia Genealogical Society has three upcoming events of interest to area researchers.
On Monday, 21 January at 8 p.m. EST, Monica Hopkins will present “Evernote for Genealogists” via webinar. Monica is a past editor of the Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly and an author of the GGSQ‘s regular column, Technology Talk. If you’re having a problem organizing your genealogy, Monica is sure to help you out.
On Monday, 18 February at 8 p.m. EST, Laura Carter will present “FamilySearch Wiki”, also a webinar. The FamilySearch Wikis are a useful way for researchers to share information about researching in a particular location or using various records.
The GGS March Seminar will be held on Saturday, 2 March, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Deborah A. Abbott, PhD., will be discussing “Genealogical Methods: The Basics and Beyond” in four parts: Using and Analyzing the U. S. Federal Censuses; Going Beyond the Basics: Vital Records & Related Sources; Using Libraries and Archives; and Voices from the Past: Using Manuscripts. The cost is $25 for members and $35 for non-members. There are two registration deadlines: 20 February for mail-ins, and 26 February for online registrations.
To register for Monica’s presentation or the March Seminar, see GGS Events.