Mesa Arizona FamilySearch Library-Conferences 2017

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Information Sheets From 2017 ASU Genealogy Conference

Click on the links to see the Information Sheets. Information Sheets are listed by presenter.

Allen-Finding Your Ancestors In Michigan.

Allred-Merging Duplicates Records in FamilySearch.

Ash-FamilySearch Memories

Ash-What Is A Utah Pioneer.

Atkins-Land Class


Brady-Missouri&Kansas Website Resources


Crawford-England:Getting Started

Crawford-Research Strategies For Upstate New York

Croft-Using Maps In Your Family History-The Why and How

Croft-Using Maps In Your Family History Research-The Sources of the Where

Ellingson - FamilySearch HWWWWW

Ellingson - Wiki:Brimming With Insights Into The Past

Everett - Slavery to Landowners, Ancestors on Record:Black Everett Families

Gertz - Using Your iPad to Collect Documents and Other Records

Gertz - Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

Goodman - Mesa FamilySearch Library Website (Now Off Line)

Haws, E. - Descendancy Research

Haws, W. - Audacious Memories 2017

Hilner - Be Smart

Holm - Common German Words Found In German Records

Holm - Blank lined sheet for practicing alphabet

Holm - German Gothic Alphabet

Koniuszy -

Koniuszy - FindAGrave New Look

Koniuszy - from Riverton Utah FSL

Koniuszy - RootsMagic

Koniuszy - Sharing Information between Ancestry and FamilySearch - Riverton FSL

Madsen - Norwegian Research Websites

Madsen - Norwegian-English Word List Map Naming Guide Parish Dates

Madsen - Scandinavian - Successful Tips

Massey - Civil War Records

Melville - Just Say No

Patricki - Castle in Phoenix: How to Trace Your Irish Ancestors Without Going to Ireland

Preece - Find My Past

Roen - Bibliography-Family History Writing - A Sampling of Books For Family History Writing

Roen - Weaving Cultural History Into Your Family History

Safsten - Nordic Research

Sturgeon - But Isn't Everything On-line

Sturgeon - I do! I Don't! I Died! Using Court Records in Family History Research

Tanner A. - The Family History Guide, Featuring New Updates

Tanner J. - Using The Google Goldmine For Genealogy

Tanner J. - Making the Most Of My

Tanner J. - RootsMagic, Ancestry TreeShare, And The FamilySearch Family Tree

Young - Legacy Family Tree - An Introduction