The Third Coast: Research in the Great Lakes Region
Cari A. Taplin, CG and Kathryn Lake Hogan, PLCGS
This course will take students through genealogical and historical research in the Great Lake region of the United States and Canada. This inland waterway was vital to the westward expansion of both countries, as well as a resource for defense, commerce, shipping, and travel. The fluidity of the boundary between the two nations created a mingling of the people living along the border territories, states, and provinces, and researchers often find their border-dwelling ancestors with ties in the other country. This course will cover the history, geography, methodology and record sets, both American and Canadian, that researchers will need to access when researching ancestors in this region.
|Kathryn Lake Hogan, PLCGS|
Level of Instruction: Intermediate
Students are encouraged to bring a laptop computer or tablet for project work during the week.
John Philip Colletta, PhD, FUGA
David Ouimette, CG, CGL
Judy G. Russell, JC, CG, CGL
For more information on this or our other 13 courses, please visit: www.slig.ugagenealogy.com