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FamilyTreeWebinars.com's 2019 Members-only Webinars Announced

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MyHeritage and FamilyTreeWebinars.com are pleased to announce the release of the schedule for its 2019 members-only webinar series. In addition to the free, live webinars broadcast each week and available to the general public (and announced here), Legacy releases a bonus webinar every Friday for its annual/monthly webinar subscribers. This member series provides unique genealogy classes that enrich the overall subject matter of the Legacy Family Tree Webinars educational library. Only subscribers have access to the Member Webinar series.

In 2019, choose from 59 exclusive members-only classes from genealogy's leading educators on topics ranging from the Underground Railroad to Italian Research, from publishing eBooks to planning a trip to Ireland or Salt Lake City, from German newspaper research to land platting. There's something for everyone. No need to pre-register for these bonus classes - they will appear in the "Webinar Library - New!" section of www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com each Friday.

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With a webinar subscription you get these additional benefits:

  • Access to 1) all the existing 841 classes in the library (1,088 hours of quality genealogy education), 2) plus the 73 live webinars that will be added during the 2019 season, 3) plus the additional 59 bonus subscribers-only webinars - all available for the duration of your membership
  • Access to all 3,614 pages of instructors' handouts plus the new handouts of the 2019 season
  • Chat logs from the live webinars
  • Additional 5% off anything at FamilyTreeWebinars.com
  • Chance for a bonus subscribers-only door prize during each live webinar
  • Additional members-only BONUS webinars
  • Playlist, resume watching, and jump-to features

It's just $49.95/year.

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Nowhere else - on land, at sea, or online - will you find genealogy courses as comprehensive, diverse, or as numerous as you will find at FamilyTreeWebinars.com.

2019 Schedule

January

  • Focused Research VS Information Overload by DearMYRTLE / Russ Worthington. 1/4
  • A Nose for News: 20+ Tips for Getting the Most Out of Newspapers by Mary Kircher Roddy. 1/11
  • Three DNA Tests = Three Times the Fun by Diahan Southard. 1/18
  • Get set, GO! Planning and Executing a Successful Research Trip by Nicka Smith. 1/25

February

  • Massachusetts Vital Records by Marian Pierre-Louis. 2/1
  • 1) Crossing the 38th Parallel: Researching Your Korean War Ancestors and 2) Modern Military: Researching Your Vietnam War Ancestors by Michael Strauss. 2/8
  • Preparing for your Trip to the Family History Library by Jim Beidler. 2/15
  • Online Resources for French Genealogy part II by Paul Woodbury. 2/22

March

  • Online Resources for French Genealogy part III by Paul Woodbury. 3/1
  • 1) A Recipe for Well-being: Health and Illness in Colonial New England and 2) Impact of the 1918 flu epidemic: A personal stories-based approach by Lori Lyn Price. 3/8
  • Planning Your Irish Research Trip by David Ryan. 3/15
  • Rescuing Orphaned Items: How to Save and Share Ebay, Etsy and Flea Market Finds by Thomas MacEntee. 3/22
  • US Genealogy for Australians by Thomas MacEntee. 3/29

April

  • Formatting Your Family History eBook for ePub and PDF by Lisa Alzo. 4/5
  • So, You've Found Your German Town of Origin, Now What? by Teresa McMillan. 4/12
  • Organizing (or Reorganizing!) That Family Reunion by Jim Beidler. 4/19
  • 1) Making Sense of the English Census ; 2) Finding Your 17th Century Ancestors in England; 3) England’s Quarter Sessions Records by Paul Milner. 4/26

May

  • 50 Websites for Finding Maps by Gena Philibert-Ortega. 5/3
  • Researching Your Orphaned Ancestors by Debra Renard. 5/10
  • Formatting Your Family History eBook for Print by Lisa Alzo. 5/17
  • Abstract versus Original, Do I need both? by Kelvin Meyers. 5/24
  • Misbegotten Children; Tracing the Family Lines of the Illegitimate by Peggy Lauritzen. 5/31

June 

  • "Deemed a Runaway" - Black Laws of the North by Judy Russell. 6/7
  • Sharecropping Contracts, Chattel Mortgages and Trust Deeds: Discovering Your Hard Working Family Without Land by Mark Lowe. 6/14
  • Formatting Your Family History eBook for Kindle by Lisa Alzo. 6/21
  • Over the Top: Researching Your Canadian Ancestors in World War I by Michael Strauss. 6/28

July

  • Tracing a World War One Soldier from US to Europe and Back Again by Craig Scott. 7/5
  • One Dozen DIY Photo Projects to Share Family Stories by Denise Levenick. 7/12
  • Using DNA for Adoption & Unknown Parentage Work by Mary Eberle. 7/19
  • Finding Your Arkansas Ancestors by Arkansas Gen Society. 7/26 

August

  • Get With the Times: German Newspaper Research by Teresa McMillan. 8/2
  • A Path to Distant Lands: America's Ethnic Settlements by Sharon Monson. 8/9
  • Basics of Land Platting - Part 2 by Mark Lowe. 8/16
  • Working a Probate Case as a Forensic Genealogist by Kelvin Meyers. 8/23
  • The Show Me State: Research in Missouri by Luana Darby. 8/30

September

  • City Directories: No Town Too Small, No Clue Too Little by Thomas MacEntee. 9/6
  • How the Industrial Revolution changed the World by Kirsty Gray. 9/13
  • Italian Civil Registration (Stato Civile): Going Beyond the Basics by Melanie Holtz. 9/20
  • Research in the Equality State: Wyoming Research Tips by Cari Taplin. 9/27

October 

  • Before Statehood: Virginia, Fincastle and Kentucky Records by Mark Lowe. 10/4
  • The Anatomy of BMD: What You Don’t Know About Vital Records by Gena Philibert-Ortega. 10/11
  • Long Distance Italian Genealogy Research by Shellee Morehead. 10/18
  • Decoding Secret Societies: Finding Your Male Fraternal Ancestors by Michael Strauss. 10/25

November

  • Famous DNA: Looking into the genetic history of Joseph Smith Jr., founder of Mormonism by Ugo Perego. 11/1
  • 1) The (Underground) Railroad Runs Through Here and 2) Researching Black Loyalist Communities in Canada by Janice Lovelace. 11/8
  • Online German Church Registers, Duplicates and Substitutes by Jim Beidler. 11/15
  • The Fromelles Genealogy Project: From WW1 Mass Grave to 21st Century Named Grave by Michelle Leonard. 11/22
  • 1) Quaker Migration in North America Prior to the American Revolution and 2) Quaker Migration after the Revolutionary War by Craig Scott. 11/29

December

  • Dark as a Dungeon; Researching Mining Records by Peggy Lauritzen. 12/6
  • 1) Birth, Marriage and Death Records in The National Archives in England and 2) Digitising the records of The National Archives by Audrey Collins. 12/13
  • Virginia Road Orders: an Untapped Source for Genealogical Research by Craig Scott. 12/20
  • Treasures and Hidden Secrets of the Illinois Regional Archives – IRAD by Luana Darby.  12/27

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This new list of webinars looks awesome. Do I need to pre-register so that I will get a reminder or will you automatically be sending out reminders via emails as you did last year?

Hi Karen! No need to register for the pre-recorded webinar series. They will just appear in the New section on the home page each Friday for subscribers.

Thanks for the heads-up on subscriber-only webinars. This is a much-needed addition as I can now calendar certain presentations as I can the regular schedule. Thanks again.

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