Monday, September 16, 2013


As genealogists, our goal is to leave a family history with “substance and appeal.” We want to weave together the pieces of our ancestor’s experiences into a memorable story that accurately portrays their life. The SLIG course “American Research and Records: Focus on Families” can help you achieve that goal. The class provides coverage of the traditional records, such as vital, census and church records. However, it goes beyond those records to cover institutional records, manuscripts and school records. Additionally, board-certified genealogist Debra Miezala will cover writing a memorable family history.

Along with the classroom expertise there will be time for groups to discuss their project as well as time for research at the Family History Library. An added benefit is having the opportunity for a one-on-one consultation with the instructors and genealogical experts, Debra Mieszala, CG; Paula Stuart-Warren, CG, FUGA, FMGS; and Josh Taylor.

This class provides the unique experience of classroom learning coupled with research time at the renowned Family History Library all under the guidance of nationally-known genealogy experts! Register now before October 31st to take advantage of early-bird registration. Start the New Year off right by joining us for this exceptional opportunity to expand your genealogy skills and expertise!

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