You know the saying: A genealogy class a day keeps the brick walls away.
That’s how I heard it, anyway.
Family Tree University’s weeklong How to Research Genealogy Records summer workshop, July 9-15, will show you how to find and use essential genealogy records.
The virtual workshop gives you an all-access pass to eight pre-recorded video classes, plus message board discussions and daily chats.
You can watch a class a day, view them all in a marathon session (maybe with an iced coffee in hand), or download them to watch later, as many times as you want—whatever’s convenient for you. Then immediately apply what you learn to your own genealogy research.
Classes cover topics including naturalizations, land records, city directories, guardianships, pre-1850 censuses and more. Click here to see the full program.
Benefits of the workshop:
- Learn from experts how to research your ancestors in essential genealogy records.
- Watch eight 30-minute video classes on how to research genealogy records for half the cost of buying each class individually.
- View classes whenever you have time, even download them to watch later.
- Ask questions and exchange ideas in exclusive daily chats and message board discussions.
- Log in anytime that’s convenient over the week, from wherever you can connect to the internet.