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2018 genealogy presentations at the Hudson, WI Library

April 19 - Genealogy at the Library, Thursday April 19, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Civil War presentation by Professor Emeritus, UW River Falls, Dr. Kurt Leichtle.

May 10 - Reconstructing a Life: Developing an Ancestor Profile presented by Tina Norris, M.L.I.S. This presentation will provide you with research tools and tips that will help you build your ancestor's profile and develop a biographical sketch.

June 7 - Planning a Genealogy Research Trip presented by Lois Abromitis Mackin, Ph.D. Lois will talk about planning and preparation, as well as technology to help you on the road and in your research locations.

July 12 - Voyage to America! Presented by Tina Norris, M.L.I.S. From the 1600s to the 1900s, this presentation will explore what it was like for our ancestors to travel to America, why they left their homelands, what they faced in America, the transportation, and the historical records that help us tie it to our genealogical research.

Aug. 9 - There's an App for That! Cool Apps to Help You Do Your Family History Research Anywhere presented by Tina Norris, M.L.I.S. This program will explore 10-15 of the best apps for genealogists of all levels.

Sept. 13 - Native American Ancestry? How to find out presented by Paula Stuart-Warren. Researching Native American ancestry begins with basic genealogy steps, then expands into the records, repositories, and research processes more specific to Native Americans. There is hope for family historians seeking evidence of their Native American ancestry.

Oct. 11 - Family History Month Presentation & Workshop - 16 Ways to Leave a Legacy presented by Tina Norris M.L.I.S. In this presentation and hands-on workshop, participants will learn about 16 creative legacy projects. Participants should bring a few family photos, or other family memorabilia, to begin creating their own legacy project.

Nov. 8 - Finding Your Overseas Ancestors presented by Lois Abromitis Mackin, Ph.D. This talk shows how to find your ancestor's village or place of origin in American records, including emigration and immigration passenger lists and naturalization records.

All programs will be at 10:30 a.m. in room 219. If you have questions or want more information please visit our website, http://www.hudsonpubliclibrary.org, or call the Library at 715-386-3101.



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

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