Thursday, January 24, 2013

Those Places....... Sacramento Central Library Genealogical Offerings

As January starts to wind down (already??) .......  there were three wonderful programs offered at the Sacramento Central Library.

The first two have passed, but the third one is on 27 January, Sunday with Lisa Louise Cooke on Evernote and your iPad. Really looking forward to this one. Yes, I am trying to make sense of the app which is on my iPad and my iPhone.

Here is an opportunity to mark your calendar for a few more programs that have been planned at the Central Library by the Friends of the Central Library. Big Thanks to Beth Daugherty and company.  We want to really thank them for all their efforts and support for the Family Researcher.

Genealogical Programs for April - May 2013  
Sacramento Central Library
828 I Street Sacramento, CA 95814
1pm-2:30pm West Meeting Room 
 
 
April 28 – Managing Your Digital Research Environment with Nancy Loe Managing your digital environment for effective research is essential. Archivist, genealogist and librarian Nancy Loe will present simple, effective, and demonstrable strategies for organizing your digital files so you can find what you need, avoi d duplicating research, and finally tame your information overload.
May 5 Finding the Women in Your Family Tree with Janice Sellers Although female relatives are sometimes difficult to trace, they can be found. Genealogist Janice Sellers will discuss resources for tracing the women in your family, such as family items, census records, immigration records, church and vital records, journals, newspapers, court records, archives, and manuscript collections.

May 19 Overlooked Military Sources with Martha Whittaker Could you be missing information about your ancestor when doing military research? This presentation will focus on how to find records of military servi ce in libraries and other sources that are too often overlooked. Genealogist Martha Whittaker is the retired senior librarian of the Sutro Genealogy Library in San Francisco.


For more information or to register for classes, call 916-264-2920, or visit www.saclibrary.org.
 posted by Sandra Gardner Benward ---- remember to mark your calendars.
 

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