Difference between revisions of "User:DiltsGD"

From FamilySearch Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(New York project)
(add moderator domains to UBX)
Line 18: Line 18:
*[[Germans from Russia|Germans from Russia]]
*[[Germans from Russia|Germans from Russia]]
| {{Modub}}
| {{Modub|domain=Tracing Immigrant Origins|domain2=Germans from Russia}}
Line 29: Line 29:
'''Ongoing Wiki Projects'''  
'''Ongoing Wiki Projects'''  
{{user WikiProject Illinois}} {{user WikiProject New York}}<br><br><br><br><br><br>  
{{user WikiProject Illinois}} {{user WikiProject New York}}{{-}}<br>
*[[United States Migration Internal]] especially trails and roads  
*[[United States Migration Internal]] especially trails and roads  

Revision as of 17:00, 9 July 2011

Dilts portrait.jpg
David Dilts, AG® is a Senior Research Consultant in U.S. and Canada Reference at the Family History Library. He has served in ICAPGen and the Utah Genealogical Association. Recent presentations: NGS 2010, Boston MA, BYU Computerized Genealogy, UGA, Fresno CA, San Jose CA, Mesa AZ, Grand Junction CO.

Accredited in: LDS Records and German research.

Likes to answer questions about research in: Southern States, Mid-Atlantic States, Midwestern States, New England States, Western States, British Canada, African American Research, LDS Church records, Germany

Email: diltsgd@Ldschurch.org

Wiki Moderator for:
Moderator This user is a member of the moderator team  for  Tracing Immigrant Origins  and  Germans from Russia. (verify)

 Research Wiki Projects  Classes I like to teach

Ongoing Wiki Projects

Illinois flag.png This user is a participant in WikiProject Illinois.
New York flag.png This user is a participant in WikiProject New York.

Mature Wiki Projects

  • U.S. Religious Migration History
  • Solving Really Tough Research Problems
  • Research Logs: Most Important Tool for Getting Organized
  • Organizing the Evidence Using Logs and Family Groups
  • How to Guess Where to Start
  • Burned Counties Research
  • Southern States History and Genealogy
  • Effective Use of Census Indexes
  • U.S. Immigration History and Research
  • Beginning African American Research
  • Canadian Immigration Research
  • Genealogical Proof Standard
  • Revolutionary War Research
  • Civil War Research
  • World War I & II Research
  • Contributing to Research Wiki
  • Genealogy in Your Pajamas
  • Periodical Source Index (PERSI)
  • Handwriting (Reading Colonial)
  • Sharing: A Good Way to FIND Ancestors
  • Southern Claims Commission Records
  • Territorial and State Censuses
  • 20th Century Research
  • FHL Internet Favorites
  • Weird Indexes
  • What to do after you find it in an index: finding original records
  • Hamburg Passenger Lists
  • LDS Membership Records
  • LDS Colonies in Mexico and Canada
  • LDS Sources on the Internet
  • Mormon Historical Collections Outside the FHL