Migration Patterns East of the Mississippi Prior to 1860 - free webinar by Mary Hill now online for limited time
May 27, 2015
Another stellar webinar by Mary Hill today. Many feel it's among the best we've ever hosted!
The recording of today's webinar, "Migration Patterns East of the Mississippi Prior to 1860" by Mary Hill AND the after-webinar party is now available to view for free at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for a limited time. Lots of great comments:
- Excellent presenter. Mary does a great job - clear, easy to understand and non-stop guidance. This is a terrific series that Legacy offers - bringing us the value of genealogy conferences - every week - from the comfort of home.
- It is amazing how all of your speakers are so good. I get so much out of these......even when I think I won't.
- Mary is a national gem! Can we clone her?!
- The absolute best as always. I'm going to watch it again. followed by related topics such as Google Maps and other early Colonial History plus J. Mark Lowe. And yes...this is the best series ever....I tell everyone it is the best deal in town!!!!
View the Recording at FamilyTreeWebinars.com
If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour 54 minute recording of "Migration Patterns East of the Mississippi Prior to 1860" AND the after-webinar party is now available to view in our webinar library for free for a limited time. Or watch it at your convenience with an annual or monthly webinar membership.
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Legacy QuickGuide: American Migration Patterns by Derek S. Davey - 2.95
The American Migration Patterns Legacy QuickGuide™ contains useful information including research strategy and motivating factors for migration across the United States. Also included are links to websites and resources covering migration patterns and major migration routes. This handy 4-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access.
A key aspect of American genealogy is identifying the reasons, paths and circumstances that caused people to migrate to different areas of the United States. Understanding migration will help you better understand your ancestors.
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