So please see below for my latest schedule:
First, I spoke July 1st virtually via the Legacy Family Tree Webinars. My topic was The Secret Lives of Women - Researching Female Ancestors Using the Sources They Left Behind. If you've heard me present this before, you won't want to miss all the new tips for researching female ancestors that I've included. You can still hear this presentation for free until July 8th here. After that, consider becoming a member of the Legacy Family Tree Webinars website where you can listen to over 240 webinars (and growing) for free. It's a great opportunity.
Next, on July 6th I'm at the Corona Genealogical Society presenting on social media. This is a great opportunity to check out the Corona Public Library and the Corona Society.
Then I go out to the high seas as the Gena and Jean Genealogy Tour Takes to the Sea! Jean and I are genealogy cruising on a quick trip to Ensenada. More details can be found on our Tour blog. Miss out this year? No problem, we are doing it again in 2016. Stay tuned for more details.
Then I pack up again and travel up the state for more presentations. You can catch me at:
July 14th San Joaquin Genealogical Society (Stockton)
Topics: 50 Websites Every Genealogist Should Know and Newspaper Research in the 21st Century
July 15th El Dorado Genealogical Society
Topic: Combining Genealogy with History
July 16th Utah Genealogical Association Virtual Chapter
Topic: Researching Mormon Women
July 18th California State Genealogical Society and Library
Topic: Her Name Wasn't Unknown: Researching Your Female Ancestor's Life
July 21st San Ramon Valley Genealogical Society
Topics: Newspaper Research for the 21st Century and Five Lessons from Researching Genealogy
July 28th North San Diego Genealogy Society
Topic: WPA records
Most, but not all, of the above presentations are free to attend. In some cases prior registration is required. Please use the above links to learn more about each presentation.
Join me as I travel around talking genealogy. Will I see you at one of my stops? Please let me know, I'd love to meet you.