Family History Library Webinars - November 2016



family-history-library-webinars-november-2016-find-more-genealogy-blogs-at-familytree-comThe Family History Library is offering some free webinars in November of 2016. Topics include everything from researching worldwide localities to learning the basics of FamilySearch products. Check out their list of webinars for more information.

In November, the Family History Library is offering webinars in indexing in Spanish, Italian, French, and Dutch. Record studies include case studies for Spanish, German, Danish, Scottish, Czech, Austrian, and British and the United States.

November 5, 2016: Reading Spanish Handwriting

November 7, 2016: FamilySearch Catalog

November 8, 2016: Ask Your United States Research Question

November 8, 2016: Lessons on English Life: A Fun Look at English Parish Registers

November 9, 2016: Italian Language Indexing

November 9, 2016: Family Tree Next Steps: Finding Stories About Your Ancestors and Their Community

November 10, 2016: Descendancy Research

November 14, 2016: FamilySearch Catalog

November 14, 2016: Reivers and Relatives: Ancestors Along the Anglo-Scottish Border

November 15, 2016: Exploring Danish Census Records Online

November 16, 2016: French Language Indexing

November 16, 2016: GENTEAM.AT – A Necessity When Doing Czech and Austrian Research

November 16, 2016: Lost in London: Tracing Elusive Ancestry in England’s Largest City

November 17, 2016: Learn How to Use the Online, Fully Searchable Meyer’s Gazetteer

November 19, 2016: Preguntas frequentes de Árbol Familiar

November 19, 2016: Boy Scout Genealogy Merit Badge (1 ½ hours) Call ahead to register and to find out more information.

November 21, 2016: FamilySearch Catalog

November 22, 2016: Using Digital Libraries for German Family History Research

November 30, 2016: Dutch Language Indexing

Did you miss a webinar from a previous month? Most webinars are recorded and posted on the Family History Library Classes and Webinars Wiki page a few days after they have been presented. You can access past webinars and their corresponding handouts.

It is possible to attend the classes that are offered as webinars in person in the Family History Library. It is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Those who are having problems viewing the class schedules are using the Mozilla Firefox browser are recommended to try using Google Chrome or Internet Explorer instead.

Related Articles at FamilyTree.com:

* Family History Library Webinars – October 2016

* Family History Library Webinars – September 2016

* Family Search has Free Webinars in April

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