Are you interested in researching your genealogy but not quite sure where to start? Or have you made progress on your family tree but ran into stumbling blocks in finding names, dates, or stories? Come learn the tools and techniques of family history research and find your roots! Attend one or all four workshops. Presented by Arizona State University faculty member Denise Ann Bodman, Ph.D., from the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics.
The third of four classes.
August 8 | What is Family History and Why Do It?
Genealogy 101. This session will cover the basics of the craft and the importance of finding your roots.
August 15 | Creating Your Family Tree
You're ready to get started with genealogy but unsure how to organize your information. This session will give you the tools to track and record your family history.
August 22 | Resources, Tools and Strategies
Where can I find information about my family history? This session will provide an overview of the many research techniques available to genealogists.
August 29 | Overcoming Research Stumbling Blocks
Have you worked on your family tree but keep getting stuck on a particular line or person? Learn some research techniques that will help you find new resources.