Friday, April 21, 2017

Free Family History Library Classes and Webinars for May 2017

The Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah has announced its free family history classes and webinars for May 2017.  Participants can conveniently attend in person or online. The May calendar will offer classes on how to succeed researching Belgium, British Isles, Colombia,  ​France, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, and US records-related classes, as well as a variety of how-to classes.

Classes are being offered on-site and as webinars. Check here for links to the classes and registration. Webinars noted in red have limited attendance and require registration.

Classes include:

Ask Your United States Research Question (Beginner)
Beginning Research in Belgium (Beginner)
Beginning Research in Luxembourg (Beginner)
Beginning Swiss Research Part 1 (Beginner)
Beginning Swiss Research Part 2 (Beginner)
British Case Study (Beginner)
Calendar Changes in France, Germany, Switzerland, and the Low Countries (Intermediate)
Databases for Swedish Genealogy (Intermediate)
Diviértete con tus hijos creando una fiesta de Historia Familiar (Beginner)
Dutch Language Records Indexing ( 1½ hrs) (Intermediate)
Dutch Provincial and City Research (Intermediate)
Dutch Research Before 1811 (Intermediate)
Elusive Immigrant: Methods of Proving Identity (Intermediate)
FamilySearch Wiki (Beginner)
Finding German Places of Origin (Intermediate)
Finding Your Family in the Amazing Online Amsterdam City Archives (Intermediate)
Finding Your French Ancestors Online Part 1 (Intermediate)
Finding Your French Ancestors Online Part 2 (Intermediate)
Finding Your French Ancestors Online Part 3 (Intermediate)
French Language Records Indexing (1½ hrs) (Intermediate)
Gazetteers and Maps for Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands (Intermediate)
German Church Records and Beyond: Deepen Your Research Using a Variety of Town Records (Intermediate)
Italian Language Records Indexing (1½ hrs) (Intermediate)
Latin for Researchers (Intermediate)
Meyers German Gazetteer Now Online, Indexed and Fully Searchable (Beginner)
Names in Belgium and the Netherlands (Intermediate)
Norwegian Emigration: The Experience (Beginner)
Out of the Ashes of Paris (Intermediate)
Overview of FamilySearch.org (Beginner)
Portuguese Language Records Indexing (1½ hrs) (Intermediate)
Recursos genealógicos de Colombia (Beginner)
Research in Alsace-Lorraine (Intermediate)
Spanish Language Records Indexing (1½ hrs) (Intermediate)
Spelling Variations in German Given and Place Names (Intermediate)
Starting Family Tree: Attaching FamilySearch Sources to your Tree (Intermediate)
Starting Family Tree: Open Questions and Answers (Beginner)
Starting Family Tree: Submitting Names for Temple Work (Intermediate)
Swiss Archives Online Records (Intermediate)
Swiss Census Records (Beginner)
Swiss Chorgericht Records (Intermediate)
Tips and Tricks of Using FamilySearch’s Historical Records (Intermediate)
Tracing Elusive Ancestry in England’s North Country (Intermediate)
Tracing Scottish Ancestry Online (Beginner)
Understanding Places in Ireland (Beginner)
United States Case Study (Intermediate)
United States Census: Techniques and Strategies for Finding Elusive Ancestors (Beginner)
Using Social Media for Family History (Beginner)
Using the FHL Catalog Effectively (Beginner)
Using the FHL Catalog Effectively (Beginner)
Using the FHL Catalog Effectively (Beginner)
What is New at FamilySearch.org (Beginner)
WieWasWie, Past the Index: What to do Next (Intermediate)
Your British/Irish Research Questions Answered (Beginner)

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