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Date

Mar 18 2021

Time

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Making the Most of School Records in your Family Tree

Thursday, March 18 – 6:30pm – 7:30pm CST

Learn about the many ways you can access cool details about your ancestors by using school records: yearbooks, schedules, teacher’s registers, directories and much more. Access sent to registrants.

 

Learn about the many ways you can access cool details about your ancestors by using school records like yearbooks,school schedules, teacher’s registers, school newspapers, alumni directories and much more. This is one class you won’t want to ditch.

Tina Beaird, owner of Tamarack Genealogy, is a genealogy & local history librarian at a mid-sized Chicagoland public library. She holds a Masters of Library and Information Science degree with a specialization in Archives/Preservation from Dominican University in River Forest, IL. Tina has won multiple research and digitization grants over the last decade to preserve and digitize historic documents and photographs.

Contact the Ask Us Desk at askus@dglibrary.org with questions.

Participant Zoom instructions:

Registration with email address is required. The webinar link and password, along with handouts, will be emailed to participants the day before the program. If you do not receive it by 5:00 p.m. the previous day, please contact the library.

Virtual programs adhere to the Library’s Video and Photography Policy. Participants should be aware of their privacy settings before logging into the program.

https://downersgrove.libnet.info/event/4839610#branch

Making the Most of School Records in your Family Tree

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