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Webinar Syllabus: Paths to Freedom: Tracing Enslaved Ancestors to Emancipation

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Most famously, people used the Underground Railroad to escape the bonds of slavery, but other enslaved people turned to legal channels through “freedom suits,” or paid for self-manumission. Join 10...

Webinar Syllabus: Louisiana Research: Go-To Published Resources

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Louisiana has a unique cultural history that has shaped its available record sets, and published resources are essential for genealogists navigating family history research in the state. There are treasure...

Webinar Syllabus: Closing the Golden Doors: The Immigration Act of 1924

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From the mid-19th through the early 20th century waves of European immigrants arrived on American shores seeking new opportunities. Unfortunately, this period also ushered in antisemitic and prejudiced attitudes toward...

Webinar Syllabus: Using Tax Records in Your Family History Research

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As genealogists, we may be the only people around who can find an upside to the old adage, “in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death...

Webinar Syllabus: The Truth of Tracing Tartans

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If you’ve ever stopped into a Scottish goods store, you may have been given the impression that finding your Scottish clan or tartan is as simple as finding your surname...

Webinar Syllabus: Scots-Irish in America

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The Scots-Irish have been immigrating to America since the early 18th century. Today, there are more then 5.4 million Americans who have Scots-Irish ancestry. But who are the Scots-Irish? Where...

Webinar Syllabus: Finding Enslaved African American Ancestors in New England

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Slavery in New England played a significant role in the region's early history. Cities like Boston and Newport were important ports for the transatlantic slave trade, with ships bringing enslaved...

Webinar Syllabus: Lithuanian Research: Back to the Old Country

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Interested in researching your Lithuanian ancestors in the Old Country but not sure where to start? In this syllabus, Genealogist of the Newbury Street Press, James Heffernan, details the types...

Webinar Syllabus: Applying to Revolutionary War Lineage Societies

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 With the 250th anniversary of the Revolutionary War fast approaching, you may be interested in documenting your family connection to an American patriot and applying to a lineage society. In...

Webinar Syllabus: Settlement House Research

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Settlement houses first appeared in the United States in the late 1880s, modeled after London’s Toynbee Hall. Located in neighborhoods largely comprised of poor and immigrant populations, the purpose of...

Webinar Syllabus: Researching Black Civil War Veterans

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By the conclusion of the American Civil War, an estimated 179,000 Black men had served in the U.S. Army and another 19,000 in the Navy. In this online lecture, Researcher...

Webinar Syllabus: New Jersey Resources for Family History Research

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Despite its long history, New Jersey is known for several gaps in the records due to destruction, loss, and inconsistent recordkeeping. And to make research in the Garden State even...
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