Dr. Tom Noel. Color-oddities: Strangest Things About the Highest State.
Dr. Noel will introduce attendees to the people, creatures, and other Colorado curiosities you have to see to believe. Part of the Tesoro Lecture series.
This seminar is presented by Fintan Mullan and Gillian Hunt, representatives of the Ulster Historical Foundation, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
-Introduction to Irish and Scots-Irish Family History Research
-The Ulster Plantation: Sources for 17th Century Families
-Records Relating to the Different Churches in Ireland
-Solving Your Brick-Walls: Practical Internet Tutorial and Resolving Research Queries
Join us for a tea party with Molly Brown as she traces her life from her early childhood in Hannibal, Missouri to Leadville, Colorado where she met and married J.J., and finally to her days of glory in Denver and New York.
Since gaining its independence from the French in 1946, Syria has had a rocky and troubled history and recent events are no exception. Located in one of the most conflict-ridden parts of the world, Syria's turmoil has involved both its regional neighbors as well as its own internal factions that have made self-rule a challenging goal. Join Active Minds as we seek to understand Syria's history and recent atrocities and how this informs current and future challenges for this pivotal player in the Middle East.
"New Technologies Used In Genealogical Research"
Internet sites demonstrated will be Ancestry.com, My Heritage.com, Find my past, findagrave.com, Genealogy Bank, Mocavo and Social Media sites.
Presented by: S. Kelly Glenn
Using Legacy Family Tree Genealogy Software
Preserve your genealogy and create your family tree using Legacy, an easy software package to preserve your family history. Legacy prints genealogy reports, timelines, calendars and is used by both the advanced and beginner.
Presented by: Vern Tomkins
What’s New in German Research on the Internet
Internet Sources for Locating Your 19th Century Emigrant:
Understanding Occupations in German Research:
German Research on Ancestry and FamilySearch
Feature speaker: Baerbel K. Johnson, A.G.
Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013: Share one-page narratives. Discuss document preparation and footnotes. Assignment for November: Write 1-10 page story about a specific ancestor.
Facilitator: Carol Darrow, CG (firstname.lastname@example.org)
• Group is open to all beginners and more experienced writers who want to put their genealogy into a written document.
• Assignments for various levels of experience
• Opportunity to share your writing with the group as you wish.
• Shape your writing to the goal of the month.
This lecture is part of a series offered by the Philadelphia Print Shop West in collaboration with the Denver Public Library. A look at printed views of the American West, from the mid-nineteenth century to the early part of the twentieth.