The handouts for the 2013 Texas State Genealogy After-Hours LIVE program are linked here for attendees and society members to download.
“Who Am I? Basic Steps in Beginning to Find Out” Sue Kaufman
“Writing Family Stories Bibliography” Sue Kaufman
“Who am I – Beginning Step to Family History Research” Sue Kaufman
“50 Questions for Family History Interviews – About Genealogy” – ask for this handout at the Special Collections Department, Emily Fowler Central Library in Denton.
“Find Success With FamilySearch Oct 2013” – ask for this handout at the Special Collections Department, Emily Fowler Central Library in Denton.
“e-Docs, e-Services and e- Government: County Records Online” Kristi DeCluitt
“Solving Family History Mysteries with Original Landowner Maps” Greg Boyd
“HistoryGeo.com Main Tools” Greg Boyd
“HistoryGeo.com First Landowners Project” Greg Boyd
“Accessing Texas County Records through the Regional Historical Resources Depositories Program” Laura Saegert
“Unusual Genealogy Resources” Sue Kaufman
“Genealogical Resources of the Texas General Land Office” Kevin Klaus
“Spanish and Mexican records in the Texas General Land Office”
“Categories of Land Grants in Texas”
“They Came in Ships”: Researching Passenger Records
Genealogists have always been interested in identifying their ancestors who immigrated to America. In this class, we will explore the records available from various time periods to help the researcher identify ports of entry and ship passenger records.
Please call 349-8752 to register.
Saturday 25 May 2013, Emily Fowler Library at 3 pm
Learn the basics of genealogy research in this introductory class. Topics include: gathering family information, using genealogical forms, accessing vital records, locating census records, and using the resources available in the Emily Fowler Special Collections.
Call (940) 349-8752 to register.
Saturday 02/02 Emily Fowler Library 3 pm
See our Calendar for more information about this event, and a map.