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# Monday, August 17, 2009
All About FamilySearch
Posted by Allison

A few weeks ago, I was talking with Family Tree Magazine’s art director, Christy, about German genealogy. We both have Deutsch roots, and I was telling her how I’d traced my one family branch in 18th-century Bavaria on a trip to the Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City. Christy hadn’t known that it’s fairly easy to get historical records from Germany—and many other places—through the FHL and local centers, which act like FHL branches.

I’ve had a lot of similar encounters, and it always surprises me how many genealogy buffs don’t know the depth and breadth of resources available from FamilySearch, the genealogy arm of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. (Even Family Tree Magazine readers!) That’s why I decided to make FamilySearch the topic of this month’s Family Tree Magazine webinar:

FamilySearch Essentials: How to Access Records From 100 Countries Without Leaving Town


This hourlong session will be hosted by yours truly Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Central/5 p.m. Mountain/4 p.m. Pacific. In it, I’ll walk through FamilySearch’s offline and online genealogy resources, show you how to find records relevant to your own genealogy search, and demonstrate different tools on the FamilySearch Web site.

Registration costs $49.99, and you can sign up using the link above. If you’re new to webinars and wonder how they work, see our FAQ.

P.S. If it’s German genealogy you want to learn more about, watch for an article about Germany’s historical regions in the December 2009 issue of Family Tree Magazine, coming to subscribers’ mailboxes in late October.


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