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California has a rich history that reflects the state’s diverse cultural heritage and dynamic social changes. From Native American tribes who first inhabited the land to Spanish missionaries to Gold Rush pioneers and immigrants from around the world, each group has left an indelible mark on California's identity. In this online lecture, Genealogist Meaghan E. H. Siekman provided an introduction to doing family history research in the state starting with the period of pre-contact to statehood and beyond. She also discusses go-to record collections, published resources, and online and onsite research repositories.
This syllabus is intended to accompany our online lecture An Introduction to California Research (archived recording as of 7/11/24: https://americanancestors.org/video-library). It includes a reference for all resources mentioned in the session, plus links to many others.
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Created by Meaghan E.H. Siekman, Ph.D.
Published: July 2024
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