K. Bradley   Monson, MEd

Master’s Degree in Education and has been a Librarian, Media, ESL, History Teacher, author and photographer for over 30 years. He puts the “history” in family history with tidbits about the US and other world cultures. His research and technology skills assist both teenagers and adults. He resides in Orem, Utah.


May 02, 2014
6:00 pm : Organize Your Research with Genealogy Software

(All Levels) New to genealogy software? This program is for you. It’s simple and easy to use, yet powerful enough to handle all of the basics. Additionally, Celebrating My Family Tree and Me™ offers elegant charts, research aids, and other resources that can bring your family history to life. Login First

7:20 pm : Scanning Photos and Documents - The Basics

(All Levels) Do you have boxes of unorganized photos or documents? Scanning allows you to get everything in one place, access it any time, and SHARE with other family members. Preserve your family history for the next generation. Different types of scanners will be discussed. Basic scanning techniques for a flatbed scanner will be demonstrated. Login First

May 03, 2014
1:30 pm : The Sky's the Limit - View Ancestral Homes, Schools, Churches and Cemeteries with GOOGLE

(All Levels) With GOOGLE Earth™, it’s easy to find out if the old homestead is still standing and travel today’s roads to the school of your childhood. You can even check out a Church or Cemetery located in a woodsy section with only a gravel road for access. Planning a trip? View points of interest from the sky or street before you visit. Login First

2:50 pm : Trails West - Territorial Migration Routes in the 1800's

(All Levels) Overland, Santa Fe, Oregon, California and Mormon – were trails that early Americans traveled as they migrated from east to west. A hard, long, dusty path over non-yielding terrain was the cause of death for many who attempted settlement in a new place. Study the trails and find clues for locating stopping points, settlements, as well as daily challenges. Login First