Monthly Archives: January 2011

Getting Started With Genealogy

Our President Kay Clarke teaches the beginning genealogy class at the University of Calgary. She and Diane Granger have been working busily at re-writing our “getting started” lessons in four easy-to-understand steps – and we’ve finally converted it all to … Continue reading

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FamilySearch January 2011 Bloginar

[Editor- The FamilySearch bloginar mentioned below may be of interest to those following FamilySearch’s latest updates on their new webpage.  They mention new records and new training courses available.] The FamilySearch January 2011 Bloginar recording is now available online.  Listen … Continue reading

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Upcoming Genealogy Conferences Spring 2011

Genealogy conferences are a wonderful way to increase ones knowledge of the process involved in researching a family tree.   There are two conferences coming up in Alberta and Saskatchewan for the Spring of 2011. Alberta Genealogical Society – Unlocking Doors … Continue reading

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Computer SIG adds equipment

The Alberta Family Histories Society Computer Special Group (SIG) has added new equipment.  The new equipment includes a wireless router and the ability to allow up to 20 wireless laptops or netbooks to connect to the internet. This will be … Continue reading

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New Website for the Illinois State Genealogical Society

We received the following press release from the Illinois State Genealogical Society announcing their brand new website. For Immediate Release January 15, 2010 Illinois State Genealogical Society Unveils New Website New Design Features Illinois Resources for Genealogy Researchers January 15, … Continue reading

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