Friday, April 12, 2019

PGS Events for the Week of 15-20 April 2019

Monday, 15-Apr-19 at 10:00 AM--Research Logs are an often over-looked tool of genealogy. They can be important aids on using the Genealogy Proof Standard, as well as helping you plan, record and analyze your research. This class explains what they are, their value, and how to use them.  Instructor: Summers, Local History Room, Largo Library
Thursday, 18-Apr-19 at 1:00 PM--Irish Genealogy Interest Group --Topics vary monthly. Customs and culture, review of online resources, strategies for breaking down walls. Members are given an opportunity to share their ancestor discoveries, their travels to Ireland, and topics of interest. Padgett, Jenkins A, Largo Library.
Saturday, 20-Apr-19 at 10:00 AM--Computers in Genealogy--Question and answer session on the use of computers in genealogy research and record keeping. Bryan, Jenkins B, Largo Library.
Saturday, 20-Apr-19 at 11:00 AM--Program Meeting: Migration Patterns in the US--This is an introduction to the concept of Migration Patterns within the United States. Using this concept, this program will provide you with the tools to tackle the questions:
  1. Where did my forebears come from? 2. Where might I find their records?
Instructor: Hostetler, Jenkins B, Largo Library
Saturday, 20-Apr-19 at 12:30 PM--Workshop Tour of the Genealogy Center showing the many genealogical research resources there. Instructor: Summers, Genealogy Center, Largo Library.

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