Title:   Eastern European Research 
Location:   Palatine Public Library
     
Date:   March  7, 2020
Time:   Doors Open at 9:30 AM - Speaker from 10:00 AM-Noon
Presenter:   Daniel Earl
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Daniel's Bio: Daniel Earl got his start in family history at age 10 when his father took him to the grave of his great-grandfather that sparked a lifetime of interest in family history. Daniel has spent the last 25 years researching his own family history and helping others make history a part of their story. 
Daniel is a college professor and loves to teach groups of all sizes and skill levels with his trademark humor and expertise.

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Title:   Family Tree Maker           
Location:   Arlington Heights Senior Center 
     
Date:   October 5, 2019
Time:   Doors Open:  9:00 AM  -  Pre-Meeting:  9:30 AM  -  Speaker 10:00 AM-Noon
Presenter:   Nancy Thomas
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Description:  

Nancy is the Family Tree Maker Special Interest Group (FTM SIG) Leader for CAGGNI and has been searching for her ancestors and her husband's for over 30 years. She published The Roeser Family: Ancestors and Descendants for a family reunion using Family Tree Maker software.

 

Title:   Irish Maps and Tool for Finding...
Location:   Arlington Heights Senior Center 
     
Date:   November 2, 2019
Time:   Doors Open:  9:00 AM  -  Pre-Meeting:  9:30 AM  -  Speaker 10:00 AM-Noon
Presenter:   Paul Milner
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Full Title: Irish Maps and Tool for Finding the Right People

Summary: Learn about the different ways to describe locations in Ireland, understand the creation of maps and the importance of the Irish Ordnance Survey both physically and culturally. Learn about the different types of maps that exist and how to access and read them

 

Paul's Bio:  Paul Milner, is a native of England, resides in the USA, and lectures internationally about British Isles Genealogical Research. This blog highlights British Isles research, resources and book reviews. He occasionally writes about his own ancestors.

Title   Genealogy Cloud Computing
Location:   Arlington Heights Senior Center 
     
Date:   September 7, 2019
Time:   Doors Open:  9:00 AM  -  Pre-Meeting:  9:30 AM  -  Speaker 10:00 AM-Noon
Presenter:   Thomas MacEntee
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Summary: Cloud computing – the practice of storing data on a remote server – is a practical solution for genealogists. Learn how the cloud works, how to keep your data safe, and the latest cloud programs.

Description:  Tired of keeping your genealogy research data on multiple CDs, DVDs, flash drives, hard drives and in different locations? Cloud computing – the practice of storing data on a remote server – is a practical solution for genealogists. Learn not only how cloud computing works, but also the latest cloud programs and how to keep your data secure and private.

Thomas's Bio:  Thomas MacEntee is a genealogy professional specializing in the use of technology and social media to improve genealogy research and as a way to connect with others in the family history community.