Free Family History Classes and Webinars for September 2020
The FamilySearch Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, is offering new free webinars for September 2020. Selections include six Nordic/Scandinavian emphasis classes, two African American Research sessions, and a three-part series on Getting Started with United States Church Records, plus a class on Beginning Jewish Research in the US. Spanish language sessions are ¡Ayúdame! (Help Me!) and Fuentes, una base segura para tu árbol (Fountains, a safe base for your tree). Other classes focus on Family Tree processes, a Q&A panel discussion, and researching Unites States land, probate, immigration, and census records.
No registration is required for these online webinars. See the table of classes below for more details.
If you cannot attend any live event, most sessions are recorded and can be viewed later online at your convenience at Family History Library classes and webinars.
All class times are in Mountain Daylight Time (MDT).
|Tue, Sep 1, 12:00 PM MDT||Denmark Parish Records (Beginner)||Yes|
|Mon, Sep 7, 10:00 AM MDT||FamilySearch Catalog (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Sep 8, 10:00 AM MDT||Merging and Correcting Relationships in the Family Tree (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Sep 8, 11:00 AM MDT||¡Ayúdame! (Beginner)||Yes|
|Sat, Sep 19, 9:00 AM MDT||Nordic Locality Research: Why It's Important and What to Include (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Sat, Sep 19, 10:15 AM MDT||1891 Norway Census: Searching Indexes and Images (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Sat, Sep 19, 12:30 PM MDT||Sorting Nordic Identities 2: The Case of Three Ane Rasmussens (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Sat, Sep 19, 1:45 PM MDT||Denmark Copyhold Deeds (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Sat, Sep 19, 3:00 PM MDT||Swedish Genealogy Files: Mystery of the Soldier Lars Holm (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Mon, Sep 21, 9:30 AM MDT||Where There's a Will, There's a Probate: U.S. Probate Records (Beginner)||Yes|
|Mon, Sep 21, 11:00 AM MDT||Perches and Rods: Introducing U.S. Land Records (Beginner)||Yes|
|Mon, Sep 21, 1:30 PM MDT||They're Better Than You Think: U.S. Census Records, 1790-1840 (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Tue, Sep 22, 9:30 AM MDT||The Tired the Poor, and the Huddled Masses: U.S. Immigration (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Sep 22, 11:00 AM MDT||Becoming American: U.S. Naturalization Research (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Sep 22, 11:00 AM MDT||Fuentes, una base segura para tu árbol (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Sep 22, 1:30 PM MDT||Migration Routes Across America (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Sep 23, 9:30 AM MDT||Getting Started with U.S. Church Records Part 1: Introduction to Church Records and Anabaptists (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Sep 23, 11:00 AM MDT||Getting Started with U.S. Church Records Part 2: Roman Catholic, Lutheran/Reformed, Episcopal/Anglican, Presbyterian (Beginner)||Yes|
|Wed, Sep 23, 1:30 PM MDT||Getting Started with U.S Church Records Part 3: Congregationalists, Quakers, Baptists, Methodists (Beginner)||Yes|
|Thu, Sep 24, 9:30 AM MDT||African-American Research after 1870 (Beginner)||Yes|
|Thu, Sep 24, 11:00 AM MDT||African-American Research before 1879 (Beginner)||Yes|
|Thu, Sep 24, 1:30 PM MDT||Beginning Jewish Research in the U.S. (Beginner)||Yes|
|Fri, Sep 25, 9:30 AM MDT||Are You Your Own Brick Wall: Common Genealogical Mistakes and Their Solutions (Beginner)||Yes|
|Fri, Sep 25, 11:00 AM MDT||When the Pandemic's Over: How to Do On-Site Research (Beginner)||Yes|
|Fri, Sep 25, 1:30 PM MDT||Question and Answers: Panel with U.S./Canada Research Specialists (Beginner)||Yes|
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