Intermediate Genealogy

Every beginning genealogist knows that Federal Census records are a great place to start searching for one's ancestors. However, we can learn more from them than just the places, dates, and names listed. Knowing the history and historical importance of data collected by census records is an important tool in every genealogist's kit. Gleaning information not indexed in a database can lead to big breakthroughs in your research. Learn how to sift through and interpret enumerator’s abbreviations as well as your ancestor’s historical data.
 

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of webinar, participants will know:

  • How and where to access census records
  • The history and historical importance of census records for genealogical research
  • The type of data collected and how it relates to genealogy
  • The differences and similarities of local census records
  • Introductory knowledge about European census records

Target Audience:
Genealogists, Librarians, General Researchers

Prerequisites:
None

Homework Expectations and Completion Requirements:

Technical Requirements:
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Session Duration:
This course consists of one 90-minute session.

Instructor: Maggie Rose - learning@amigos.org

Continuing Education Credit:
Contact Hours: 1.5

August 26, 2020

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CDT

Online Classroom
United States

Phone: 800-843-8482
Email:

Amigos Member Individual Registration $ 80.00
Non-member Individual Registration $ 125.00

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