Current Presentations

Listed below are the current presentations that I have ready to go. All have been presented at one venue or another. 

If you have something special you would like to see, just let me know. If I don't have the expertise, I will recommend someone who does.

·         A Look at and its Hints

·         A Walk Thru Time – The US Federal Census Records
o   A look at the information gathered from 1790 thru 1950.
o   This is a 75 to 90 minute presentation

· – Starting a Family Tree

·         Android Smart Phones and Tablets - What is available?

·         BillionGraves – Putting Headstones in the Clouds

·         BillionGraves and Find A Grave - Do I want to use both?
o   This is a 75 minute presentation

·         Blogging for Family History - Why and How

·         Facebook and Genealogy - How to setup and use.

·         Family History and Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, ....Really?

·         FamilySearch Family Tree and
o   Correlating information between your trees

·         FamilySearch Family Tree and Research Hints

·         Find A Grave – Collecting Headstones

·         Google+ - What is a Circle and how do I really want to Hangout?

·         Introduction to My Heritage

·         Legacy Family Tree – Various presentations, depending on need of audience

·         Organizing Genealogy on Your Computer

·         Organizing Your Family History - A look at color coding and file naming

·         Rootstech 2017 – A Quick Look

·         Social Media Overview 
o   A  Look at the Social Media Revolution and How to Get Involved

·         Storing Family History Information in the Cloud
o   Protect your valuable Family History information and documents using Cloud Storage
o   2017 Rootstech presentation

·         Taking Your Family With You in the Cloud
o   2014 Rootstech presentation, updated
o   Using the major FH software programs with the Cloud vendors, e.g. Dropbox and Google Drive

·         Twitter - Really? 140 characters or less? 

·         US Census Terminology
o   Definitions of terminology used by the enumerators, e.g. Who is insane?