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April 19, 2019 - Medford, Oregon

The Rogue Valley Genealogical Society in Medford Oregon invites you to join us in April 19th and 20th to learn about DNA testing from Blaine Bettinger. We are sponsoring both a workshop and a day long seminar.

The 2-hr workshop on April 19th is titled "Using Autosomal DNA for 18th and 19th Century Mysteries"

The seminar topics are: (1) "Using Y-DNA and mtDNA to Explore Your Ancestry" (2) Using GEDmatch and DNAPainter to Analyze Your Autosomal DNA – (3) Advanced Third-Party Tools –including GedMatch and DNA Painter (4) The Danger of Distant Matches

For more information and registration forms go to http://www.example.com http://www.rvgslibrary.org/events/Workshop2019.pdf


April 27-28, 2019 - Portland, Oregon

GFO Spring Seminar: Discover Your Roots with Tony Burroughs

You've seen him on TV tracing the roots of Oprah and Smokey Robinson. Now come learn from this acclaimed genealogist in person. Tony Burroughs is author of Black Roots: A Beginners Guide to Tracing the African American Family Tree, and recipient of multiple genealogy rewards.
He brings his expertise in genealogy research that can benefit anyone to the Genealogical Forum of Oregon's Spring Seminar.

The full day of sessions on Saturday, April 27 run from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Center for Self Enhancement (SEI), 3920 N. Kerby Avenue, Portland.
The half day seminar on Sunday, April 28 runs from 9:30 a.m. to Noon at the GFO Library, 2505 SE 11th Ave., B-18, Portland.

The GFO has cut its usual seminar price in half thanks to a generous sponsorship by The Skanner Foundation

Registration in advance is required at http://gfo.org/roots


May 18, 2019 - The Dalles, Oregon

The Columbia Gorge Genealogical Society invites you to our Spring Workshop with professional genealogist, writer and lecturer Pam Vestal. Pam will be giving 3 lectures and she will be joined by Heritage Quest 'Books On The Road" from Sumner , Washington.

The workshop begins at 10:00am at the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center in The Dalles Oregon.

The workshop is a full day with plenty of time to enjoy the sights of the beautiful Columbia Gorge. Registration and other important information can be seen on our blog https://gorgegen.blogspot.com/


June 10, 2019 - Portland, Oregon

GFO Beginners' Boot Camp

Join Laurel Smith at the Genealogical Forum of Oregon for a day of beginning genealogy. There will be sessions about the census, vital records, immigration and naturalization, discussions about genealogy software and database use, organizing your research and more — all geared toward beginners. Bring a sack lunch so the discussion can continue while we eat.

GFO members may attend for free, non-members $20.

Participants must register online by June 6. A link to the class notes will be emailed on Sat., June 8.

https://gfo.org/learn/beginners-boot-camp.html


July 14, 2019 - Portland, Oregon

Adding Historical Context: Half-Day Workshop

The Genealogical Forum of Oregon presents Kate Eckman for a Hands-On Approach workshop from 9:30 a.m. to Noon on Sunday, July 14.
Adding Historical Context: A Hands-On Approach

Adding historical context to our genealogical research makes it richer, more interesting, and helps to explain some of the changes in our families. But if you aren’t a historian how do you know when there is an opportunity for adding history to our research? In this workshop we will:
Practice identifying items, events, and topics ripe for historical research.
Once the questions have been asked, we will learn how to find those answers.
Finally, we will discuss how to add this new-found information to our family’s history.

Kate Eckman holds an MA in History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with additional graduate work in history and education from Immaculata University, Lewis and Clark College, and Seattle Pacific University. Today she is a Senior Researcher and Team Lead for Legacy Tree Genealogists, and has taught a variety of classes and made genealogical presentations across the United States.

Advance registration is required online: https://gfo.org/learn/historic-context-workshop.html



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