Lynn Brown has been involved in genealogy for over 35 years and shares an extensive background in combining computer research techniques with genealogy. She graduated from
Lynn Brown will be presenting Eastern European Research. Preparing for your genealogical trip over the pond can be a real challenge. This two-part presentation will cover how to prepare your research, determinving Country of Origin, and where and how to access records and Research Guides. Though this class focuses on the Eastern European region, research tactics can be revised for other regions of interest.
Part 1: Preparing for your research adventure over the Pond. This session will cover research strategies and analysis of isolating your ancestor's origins and homeland, and designing a resource guide to meet your research goals.
Part 2: This session will cover further isolation and determination of ancestor origins by use of Country Histories, cultures, religion and political campaigns. Determining where and who has genealogical records now and how to obtain them will also be addressed. As time allows, we will have a review of alternative resources.
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