Free Family History Classes and Webinars for March 2021
Free FamilySearch Family History Library Webinars for March 2021 feature a full complement of classes on Irish history, records, strategies, and resources just in time for St. Patrick's Day. Also check out the Nordic/Scandinavian sessions on the Riksarkivet (Swedish National Archives), Norsk Slektshistorisk Forening (Norwegian Genealogical Society), the ArkivDigital (Swedish Digital Archives); and a series of beginner classes for those who are new to FamilySearch website navigation and resources.
March's line-up includes three specialized webinars for Spanish speakers (PARES: La puerta a los archivos españoles (PARES: The door to the Spanish archives), El amor es ciego, pero el sacerdote no: la infinidad de información en las actas matrimoniales (Love is blind, but the priest is not: the infinity of information in marriage certificates), Diferentes Apellidos, Diferentes Ancestros (Different Surnames, Different Ancestors), and Guiando tu educación: Usando el centro de aprendizaje de FamilySearch (Guiding Your Education: Using the FamilySearch Learning Center). One Chinese language session entitled: 尋找我的祖先系列：準備開始 (In Search of My Ancestors: ready to begin) will get you started with Chinese genealogy, and African American Records and Strategies: Post-1865 and Intro to United States Military Records will jump-start finding records in less well-known primary sources.
See below for individual class titles, dates, and times. All classes are Mountain Standard Time (MST) up to 13 March, and then they will switch to Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) beginning 14 March.
If you cannot attend a live Family History Library webinar, most sessions are recorded and can be viewed later at your convenience at Family History Library classes and webinars.
All class times are in Mountain Standard Time (MST).
|Mon, Mar 1, 10:00 AM MST||Using the FamilySearch Catalog (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Mar 2, 11:00 AM MST||Navigate, Add, Edit, Standardize, and Print on FamilySearch Family Tree (Beginner)||Yes|
|Thu, Mar 4, 12:00 PM MST||Research in Canada: An Introduction (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Mar 9, 1:00 PM MST||The Research Process, Research Help, and Searching Records on FamilySearch (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Mar 9, 7:00 PM MST||尋找我的祖先系列：準備開始 (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Mar 16, 11:00 AM MDT||PARES: La puerta a los archivos españoles (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 9:00 AM MDT||St. Patrick's Day Research Seminar Keynote (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 9:30 AM MDT||Terrible Beauty, A History of Ireland: Early Ireland, 1170-1800 (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 10:00 AM MDT||Terrible Beauty, A History of Ireland: Before and After the Great Irish Famine (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 10:30 AM MDT||Terrible Beauty, A History of Ireland: Irish Independence, Civil War and the Celtic Tiger (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 11:00 AM MDT||Ireland Jurisdictions (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 11:30 AM MDT||Ireland Census Records (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 1:00 PM MDT||Irish Civil Registration (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 1:30 PM MDT||Irish Roman Catholic Records (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 2:00 PM MDT||Church of Ireland Records (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 2:30 PM MDT||Ireland Griffith's Valuation Records (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 3:00 PM MDT||Catholic Irish Pre-Parish Register Strategy (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 3:30 PM MDT||Ulster-Scots Research (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Mar 17, 4:00 PM MDT||Using the FamilySearch Research Wiki for Irish Family History (Beginner)||Yes|
|Thu, Mar 18, 10:00 AM MDT||Home on the Range: U.S. Federal Land Records (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Mar 23, 10:00 AM MDT||Tips and Tricks for Finding Elusive Records in FamilySearch (Beginner)||Yes|
|Thu, Mar 25, 10:00 AM MDT||Ask your United States and Canada Research Questions (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Mar 30, 10:00 AM MDT||Attaching Sources to FamilySearch Family Tree (Beginner)||Yes|
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