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Genealogy Events Calendar

Date Event Location
24 - 24 September 2021 BAGS Monthly Webinar: Early Migration In, Across, and Out of North Carolina by Diane Richard Virtual

Join BAGS as Diane Richard presents "Early Migration In, Across, and Out of North Carolina"

Many individuals and families migrated into North Carolina, especially in the colonial and pre-Civil War time period. Depending on who was immigrating and when, different locales in North Carolina were hot spots for emigrants from abroad either directly or via Virginia, South Carolina, Pennsylvania and beyond. As the state developed, resources were depleted, productive land was becoming more scarce, settlers considered it to be getting too crowded, and we see a pattern of western migration. This migration often did not stop at the state borders. Many families spent a few years, a generation or a few generations in North Carolina, often hopscotching across the state, east to west, before migrating to adjoining states and beyond. Let’s explore these years of migrating North Carolinians — the history of the times and the documentary trail left behind.

Brief Society meeting prior to presentation.

15 - 18 September 2021 UGA Summit of Excellence Virtual via Zoom

"Commemorating 50 Years of Premier Education"
Virtual Event

 Wednesday - Saturday, September 15-18, 2021

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Featuring free "Getting Started with Genealogy Day;" multiple tracks on methodology, record types, international and ethic research, professional topics, technology, and DNA; as well as the 50th anniversary celebration of the Utah Genealogical Association.

Registration opens Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. MDT with single-day and full-conference registration options.

Keynote: D. Joshua Taylor, MA, MLS, "Looking Back in the Future."

07 September 2021 - 18 November 2021 SLIG Virtual - Fall 2021 Virtual via Zoom

Participate in institute style, deep-dive education from your own home with SLIG Virtual. Master curriculum through weekly live instructional sessions, connect through virtual networking and class forums, and complete learning assignments on your own schedule. Experience instruction on in-depth topics at a level relative to your needs – from our Intermediate Foundations course to the Advanced Evidence Analysis Practicum. Individual coursework, private study groups, and recordings of live sessions ensure you get the most out of your educational experience.Join us for SLIG Virtual 2021, September to November, to obtain the in-depth education you have been craving, all from the comfort of your own home. Course descriptions and additional information can be found Registration for SLIG Virtual 2021 opens on 19 June 2021 at 12:00 noon MDT.

28 August 2021 Suncoast Genealogy Society, Heirlooms and Family Stories Palm Harbor, Florida

This is a virtual program via Zoom. Suncoast Genealogy Society members will be presenters. Show us a treasured Heirloom and share its provenance, the story of its history and ownership that’s significant in your family genealogy or share an interesting Family Story from the past.

28 - 28 August 2021 CGSI Webinar: "A Guide to Czech and Slovak Heritage Resources at the Midwest Genealogy Center (MGC) in Independence, MO" Virtual from Independence, Missouri

Join Iveta Blahutova for a virtual tour of the Midwest Genealogy Center (MGC) in Independence, Missouri, on Saturday, August 28, 2021, from 10 am to 12 noon CDT. Iveta is a Genealogy Research Analyst at the MGC and CGSI’s Education Director.

The MGC is a branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library. Its 52,000 sq. ft. collection, covering the entire U.S. and some international, includes over 80,000 family history books, 100,000 local history items, 565,000 microfilms and microfiches, and 7,000 maps.

Iveta will provide a virtual tour and answer questions on how best to access MGC records as you conduct research about your Czech, Slovak, Moravian, Bohemian and Carpatho-Rusyn ancestors.

The event is free to all, but you must register in advance at:

30 - 30 July 2021 BAGS Monthly Webinar: "Record As You Go, Cite As You Go, & File As You Go" by Cyndi Ingle Virtual

Join BAGS as nationally known speaker, Cyndi Ingle, teaches us how to Record As You Go, Cite As You Go, & File As You Go
July 30, 2021 at 7pm (virtual Zoom webinar; registration required)

Genealogists tend to get very excited about new records and sources they come across in their research. So much so that they grab a quick copy, download it to default folders, and move on to the next item without thoroughly exploring the source first. All too often they don't take the time to evaluate the source, to write the citation(s) for the source, or to file it in the correct spot. We have to slow down and take the time to think, to file, and to create notes about the source that make it easy to find that source again if needed. Doing this keeps our research more organized, but also keeps our research brain tidy as well. We are much more productive when we can easily put our hands on what we've found in the past. We will explore different options for accomplishing all of these important steps.

There will be a brief Society meeting prior to the presentation. 

24 July 2021 Suncoast Genealogy Society, Bob Bryan, Computer Data Backup and Protection Palm Harbor, Florida

This is a virtual presentation via Zoom. How to assure your genealogy (and other) computer data is safe from natural disasters, computer failure, viruses, spyware, etc. We will discuss what data you need to backup and specific means to safely backup that data and protect your computer from viruses and spyware.

17 - 17 July 2021 Free Family History Presentations Camarillo, California

Presenter: Moises Garza
“Overview of and Search Strategies”

Listen to Moises Garza present on the types of records that you can find on ancestry for your Mexican Genealogy research, the various tools and resources that they have to offer, and also learn about research strategies to help you find your ancestors. These research strategies apply to everyone, not just those searching for Mexican ancestors.

My passion for genealogy started in the cotton fields of west Texas. As a migrant worker, I was blessed to work in the fields next to my father, Lauro Garza, who had a sharp memory and told countless stories about his own ancestors. I have been doing genealogy since 1998. Since then I have helped countless others in their own quest to find their ancestors. Today, I continue with this passion by publishing and creating resources to help you in your own search. Mr. Garza has been doing genealogy presentations since 2013 on many different genealogy topics and presented for many genealogy groups/societies in Texas and throughout the United States. He has also been a speaker at many genealogy conferences such as the Texas State Genealogical Conference, The Texas State Hispanic Genealogy and Historical Conference, and the We Are Cousins Virtual Genealogy Conference.

Second presentation: Presenter: Moises Garza

“A Look at Border Crossing Cards” (Mexican American SIG)

In this presentation, Moises talks about the Mexican border crossing records. He will provide an introduction to them, explain who got recorded, the genealogical information that you can find in them, and finally where you can search and find these records yourself.

All our monthly lectures and workshops are free to our members and the public. Non-members should request a Zoom invitation here

17 - 17 July 2021 Sharing our Societies, July 2021 Sponsored by NSDOAF Virtural

The National Society Descendants of American Farmers is proud to announce the first of many virtual webinars, these events are free.

July 17, 2021 Features societies who will educate you on  the requirements and the cost to join their society

20 societies will speak for two minutes each on the purpose of their society, question and answers will be taken after the event

17 - 17 July 2021 2021 MGS Annual Seminar with presenter Lisa Louise Cooke Pearl, Mississippi

The 2021 MGS Annual Seminar presenting Lisa Louise Cooke is a day-long (8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.), learning event.  Ms. Cooke will present four sessions/topics.  These sessions with provide valuable research skill information for researchers of all experience levels.  Lunch is included in the price of the event -- $50.