Calendar of Genealogy Events in Oregon:

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SATURDAY MARCH 20, 2021 - 2 P.M. - GenTalk: Maps & Apps
The Genealogical Forum of Oregon is pleased to present LaDonna Garner, MA with "Maps & Apps."
Explore several underused historical map collections and no cost mapping applications that aid the trail of your ancestors.

LaDonna Garner, M.A., R.V.T. is a consultant focused on historical preservation and genealogical research in and outside Southeast Missouri. She is passionate about recording historic African American communities and cemeteries, and genealogy education.
Free, but advance registration is required at https://gfo.org/learn/gen-talks.html

MARCH 27 - APRIL 3, 2021 - GFO's Virtual Genealogy Open House
The Genealogical Forum of Oregon's 75th Anniversary Genealogy Open House moves online this year.
Join us for 18 free classes from March 27 through April 3.

Many of the GFO's special interest groups will be featured.

Sunday, March 28: Irish Day
Monday, March 29: Online Sources Day
Tuesday, March 30: DNA Day

Other classes include Freedmen's Bureau Records, Oregon Land Claims, Indentured Servants, U.S. Census Records and more.
Each class requires its own advance registration. Please invite your friends to see how the GFO can help you in your family history sleuthing.

APRIL 16-18, 2021, Friday-Sunday. Genealogy Zoomboree Online
Join us for a multicultural Genealogy Zoomboree! It's part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations of the Genealogical Forum of Oregon.
Big discounts are available for GFO members. 
This is a three-day, live and online event. Registration for one, two, three or all four speakers is online only.

Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG, CGL, Board for Certification of Genealogists - presents on Courthouse Research & Indexes, and Land Records. 

Linda Harms Okazaki, Nikkei Genealogical Society - gives an Introduction to Japanese American Research, and WWII Internment Camps: Japanese, Germans & Italians.

Sherri Camp, MLS, Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society - teaches African American Research Strategies, and A Treasure Trove of Free Websites.

Michael Lacopo, DVM, Professional Genealogist - presents Medical Genealogy: A primer of diseases that killed our ancestors and the epidemics they lived through, and "I am poor, obscure, plain, and little." - Researching Invisible Ancestors.

Registration is open at https://gfo.org/zoomboree

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

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