How can you spend a week exploring 20 countries with six teachers and consultants and access the renowned Family History Library? The answer is by registering for SLIG’s “Researching in Eastern Europe” course!
From the lands between the Baltic Sea on the north to the Adriatic, Aegean and Black seas to the south, millions of people immigrated to North America leaving family and generations of ancestors behind in Eastern Europe. Three to five generations later, their descendants are finding it very hard to trace their origins due to foreign languages, difficult records and multiple changes in the political landscape. But, now there is hope! This course brings together several of the most successful Eastern Europe genealogists to teach you the important information you need to succeed in such complex research.
In addition to classroom lectures, this course includes hands-on help at the Family History Library as well as break-out sessions tailored to the specific needs of the students and their ancestry. Now, for the first time ever, a major institute is creating the specific classes students want in response to their research needs!
Join course coordinator Kory L. Meyerink along with fellow instructors Kyle J. Betit, Lisa Alzo, Daniel M. Schlyter, Kellie Scherble Hale and Wade Hone for a fantastic week of learning and research! Don’t miss it! Register now before October 31st and take advantage of Early-bird registration, http://www.infouga.org/aem.php?lv=r&eid=8.