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St. Louis Genealogical Society

Virtual Summer Speaker Series Goes Live

Summer Speaker Series: Hidden Gems at the Missouri State Archives. A virtual speaker series offering four lectures by three of the State's archivists is offered live on Saturday, June 27, and Sunday, June 28. If you can't watch them live with the opportunity for questions from the listeners, watch the videos through our website for three months. The titles of the talks are; "Plundering the Bounty of the Archives". "All Hands on Deck; Using State Government Publications to Track Your Ancestor's Career", "X Marks the Spot: Researching Land Records in the Archives", and "Peg Legs, Rum, And Eye Patches: Reasons Your Ancestors Did Not Serve in the Civil War".
For information and registration, go to https://stlgs.org/events/speaker-series

Family History Conference 2020, 18-19 April 2020

The conference will offer 10 lectures including 4 live lectures by Judy Russell, "The Legal Genealogist", with titles including "The Discriminating Genealogist: Telling Good Evidence from Bad", "Living with Legal Lingo", "Death by Undue Means - Coroners' Reports", and "Don't Forget the Ladies - A Genealogists Guide to Women and the Law". Other speakers include Dennis Northcott, Missouri History Library, speaking on "Civil War Eyewitness". Jacob Eubanks and Dan Lilienkamp from the St. Louis County Library Genealogy and History Department will present "What Not to Do: Six Hard Lessons in Family History Research". John Dugan, Missouri State Archivist, will speak on "Life and Death at Missouri Statehood: Gleaning Genealogical Detail from Frontier Inventories". From Bill Eddleman, State Historical Society of Missouri, is "This Indenture Made This…Finding Ancestors in Deeds". And "Using Technology in Genealogy Research" by Cathy Amen rounds out the list. Please visit: Because of the coronavirus pandemic, we are offering this year’s Family History Conference online.

If you had attended the originally-scheduled conference in person, you would have only seen five lectures. However, we now can offer you the complete set of ten webinars for the same price!

Our featured speaker, Judy Russell, will present all of her talks live. They will also be recorded, so if you prefer, you may watch the videos. You can mix and match to your schedule. All other lectures will be recorded only and you can watch them at your convenience. We will send you an email to the page with the links to the recorded sessions. If you had previously registered, you will receive an email with instructions. Registration is still open until July 18th.

Go to stlgs.org and click on the Family History Conference box.

Midwest Genealogy Center

3440 S. Lee's Summit Rd.
Independence, MO 64055
816-252-7228
*http://www.mymcpl.org/genealogy

All events are free, but registration is required

Friday, April 17, 10:30am
Using Interlibrary Loan for Genealogy

Use Interlibrary Loan to expand the walls of your library and encompass a world of information. Come learn how to order microfilmed newspapers from across the country and books from other libraries.

Thursday, April 23, 6:30 pm
Hidden Treasures at MGC

Unlock the treasure chest that holds the resources at MGC! This detailed tour of little-known items in our collection will demonstrate how to utilize our archives, search for articles in our periodical section, the Swem's Virginia Historical Index, and the Filby lists. We will also showcase microfilm records from the Family History Library, Antebellum Southern Plantations, Pinkerton's National Detective Agency, Corbin Manuscripts, Draper Manuscripts and Calvert Papers. We'll explore city directories in several different formats. This class is an intermediate-level class, but even more advanced genealogists will make some amazing discoveries.



This Calendar is sponsored by Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter.

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