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SGS 2023 Spring Seminar
SGS 2023 Spring Seminar
Friday, March 10, 2023 through Saturday, March 11, 2023
5:00 pm to 11:59 am
Meeting via Zoom. Registration Required.
 
Diana Elder, AG, and Nicole Dyer, authors of Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist’s Guide and its companion volume, Research Like a Pro with DNA: A Genealogist's Guide to Finding and Confirming Ancestors with DNA Evidence, and hosts of the Research Like a Pro Genealogy Podcast, will present 4 lectures over 2 days: Friday evening, 5-8, and Saturday morning, 9-noon.
 
Program includes--
  • Objectives, Analysis, and Locality Research
  • Research Planning, Source Citations, Research Logs, & Written Conclusions
  • Organizing DNA Results
  • Using DNA to Solve a Family History Mystery
Registration link will be provided in January 2023.
 
Presentations will be recorded and available (only) to registrants for a limited time.
 
Diana Elder, AG, and Nicole Dyer are a mother-daughter team of professional genealogists, owners of Family Locket Genealogists LLC (FamilyLocket.com).  Diana is accredited in the Gulf South region of the United States and serves as a Commissioner for ICAPGen™, working with a team teaching through webinars, classes, and a series of videos hosted on YouTube about the accreditation process. Nicole speaks regularly at genealogy conferences, including RootsTech and the National Genealogical Society Conference.



Special Centennial Seminar
Special Centennial Seminar
Saturday, June 17, 2023 through Sunday, June 18, 2023
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Meeting via Zoom. Registration Required.
 
As part of our ongoing centennial celebration, enjoy an extra seminar focused on heirlooms, presented by The Family Curator, Denise Levenick.  We will offer 4 lectures over 2 days: Saturday morning, 9 to noon, and Sunday afternoon, 1 to 4 (Pacific times).  This seminar is free to SGS members and available for a small fee to non-members.
 
Program includes--
  • Preserving the Past: Archiving and Digitizing Your Family Keepsakes
  • Selecting and Preparing Images for Family History Projects
  • Archival Storage Strategies and Solutions
  • Family History Projects for the Digital Age
Registration will open in May 2023.
 
Presentations will be recorded and available to SGS members and non-member registrants for a limited time.
 
The Family Curator, Denise Levenick, is the author of How to Archive Family Keepsakes and How to Archive Family Photos. Her roots are in Kansas, Illinois, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Germany, and she loves researching in old courthouses and town halls.