Pre-1850 U.S. Research Methodologies, free webinar now online by Karen Clifford
February 13, 2013
The recording of today's webinar, Pre-1850 U.S. Research Methodologies, by Karen Clifford, is now online to view for a limited time. My favorite quote from Karen was, "don't make your own brick walls." She then explained the 9 steps for approaching pre-1850 U.S. records.
One viewer commented, "I'm a professional genealogist and have been doing research for almost 40 years, and this webinar was great in teaching me some new tricks!"
View the recording
If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour 46 minute recording of Pre-1850 U.S. Research Methodologies is now available to view in our webinar archives for a limited time. Visit www.LegacyFamilyTree.com/webinars.asp to watch.
Own your own copy of Pre-1850 U.S. Research Methodologies by purchasing the webinar-on-CD for just $9.95. It includes the complete 1 hour 45 minute recording of the class, 4 pages of handouts, and complete Question/Answer session. Click here for more information or to purchase.
Karen Clifford's genealogy textbook, Digging Deeper: Using Essential Pre-1850 Records is now available for the first-time ever as an electronic PDF - 352 pages, full-color.
Click here to preview or purchase the book for just $24.95.
Special discount coupon
The special discount coupon of karen that was announced during the webinar is valid for 10% off anything in our online store through Monday, February 18, 2013.
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