Thursday, August 8, 2019

SLIG is Offering a Unique Course in 2020

A course on advanced Hispanic Research is being offered at SLIG 2020 and is being coordinated by George R. Ryskamp, JD, AG, FUGA and Deborah S. Gurtler, AG.

With the rising increase in the popularity of family history research in the world, and especially among those with Hispanic ancestry, there is an ever-increasing demand for good professional researchers who can conduct sound, comprehensive research in this specialized area. This course will help you advance your Hispanic Research skills to the next level. ¡Si se puede!

George and Debbie are assisted by nine additional instructors who will provide instruction to students on how to:
  • Extend your Hispanic research knowledge beyond the basics for the southwest United States, Latin America and Spain. 
  • Gain in-depth knowledge in civil registration, census, and parish records. 
  • Acquire new skills using notarial records, military records and other out of the ordinary record types. 
  • Identify migration patterns throughout the Hispanic colonial world. 
  • Learn about using DNA coupled with sound research techniques to break down brick walls. 
  • Locate records and record collections found in archives around the world. 
Registration for SLIG 2020 is now open! To view a course schedule as well as a video, which provides more information on the course, go here.

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