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Ask-the-Pros: Whence Cometh Elizabeth? A case study emphasizing printed indexes

Event Date/Time

April 07, 2017 10:00 AM   -   April 07, 2017 11:30 AM

Description and Highlights

Join Lorraine I. Quillon and Holly T. Hansen for for a morning of learning to research your families by taking advantage of printed indexes.

• A common maiden name
• A common married name
• Several families with that name in the area
• An early time period with limited records

These elements all added up to a daunting research challenge which Lorraine couldn’t bring herself to face for many years. When she finally undertook it, she was surprised to find some of the answers were literally right under her nose—in books she had prepared herself for publication! Come see how it all unfolded.

This Ask-the-Pros broadcast will begin at 10:00 a.m. Mountain Daylight Time.

You will enjoy this "live" online learning experience. Each question asked will take us on a unique research journey. The value of seeing how we approach a research question will be of great benefit even if you don't submit a question for yourself. Join us and learn some new strategies for online and onsite research. We will begin with instruction followed by the Q&A session.

Once you have successfully registered for this event, refresh your browser and you will see a "Submit Timeline" button where the "Register Now!" button is located. Click on it for instructions to submit your Research Question to our pros. Follow the instructions and don't wait—start working on your timeline now!

Event Agenda

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- All classes are based on local time
- Agenda is subject to change without notice



Ask-the-Pros: Whence Cometh Elizabeth? A case study emphasizing printed indexes Agenda

Friday, April 07, 2017

9:45 am Log in and check your connection
10:00 am Research Guidance Begins
11:00 am Questions and Answers Begin

Event Sponsors

Show Sponsor
Family History Expos, Inc.  

Supported By
LifeStory Productions, Inc,  Heritage Collector Software & 'How To' Books  

Event Contact

For more information contact:
FHE Office

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