LEGACY FAMILY TREE GENEALOGY SOFTWARE USER GROUP
Mon, 3 June 2019: 9:30-11:30 am
If you use Legacy Family Tree Software for tracking your genealogy research, there is a Legacy Users Group that meets monthly to discuss tips, tricks and problems. You will always come away with some new ideas. The meetings are held regularly on the first Monday of the month. Members and non-members are welcome.
GENEALOGY RESEARCH BOOK CLUB
Mon, 3 June 2019: 12-1:30 pm
There are many “research rich” books of genealogical historical collections, as well as “how to” books on methods, collection and data storage of genealogy research. This group delves into one book at a time and discusses how to make the best use of it. Join this casual group as they delve into their favorite topic of books on family history discovery and sleuthing. (Brown baggers welcome!)
WEBINAR: LESSONS IN JEWISH DNA: ONE MAN’S SUCCESSES AND WHAT HE LEARNED ON THE JOURNEY
Wed, 5 June 2019: 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Using DNA test results to determine family origins is more complicated among Jews, who have married “within the tribe” for hundreds of years. Marrying within a closed community – “endogamy” – has barely been addressed by the non-Jewish genetic genealogy community. This Legacy Family Tree presentation uses the instructor’s own research as a “how to” approach.
UNFOCUSED GENEALOGY DISCUSSION GROUP
Thu, 6 June 2019: 1-3 pm
CCGS Education Center
There’s no meeting agenda, no special topic, just a group of curious people bringing genealogy research notes, questions, brick walls, etc. to share with the group. Get ideas for the next steps you should take in your research.
WEBINAR: RESEARCHING IN NEW MEXICO
Wed, 19 June 2019: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The 47th State holds some of the oldest documents in the U.S. With written records that begin in 1598 to the current day, researchers will learn the record groups, how to use them, and where to find them. An abundance of sacramental records, Governor’s papers, censuses, wills and probates will be discussed in this Legacy Family Tree webinar.
THIRD THURSDAY EVENING HOURS
Thurs, 20 June 2019: 6-9 pm
Do you find it hard to get to the Clark County Genealogical Library during daytime hours? Come in on Third Thursday to tap into our richest resource: knowledgeable librarians who can help you with your family history search. We won’t do it for you, but we will provide guidance. One librarian has Scandinavian research expertise. The library has over 10,000 books and resources, and free access on our computers to Ancestry.com and AmericanAncestors.com. Bring your own computer and use our free wifi.
GENERAL MEETING FOR GENEALOGY ENTHUSIASTS
Presentation: Finding the First Fort Vancouver
Tues, 25 June 2019: 6 p.m.-Potluck begins; 7 p.m. program begins
Location: Clark County PUD Community Room, 1200 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA
Amy Clearman, archaeology graduate student at Portland State University, will discuss what she found during her archaeological investigation of two Vancouver neighborhoods and an ethnographic study with residents. The project was intended to find evidence of the first Fort Vancouver, built in 1825 in the vicinity of the State School for the Deaf. Building relevancy of archaeological research to communities in which research occurs was also a key component.
Bring your favorite dish to share at this annual spring potluck meeting!
WEBINAR: A MONTH’S WORTH OF MUST-HAVE TECH TIPS TO START USING TODAY
Wed, 26 June 26, 2019: 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
What technology tips can help you with your genealogy research? Make a goal this month to try a new technology tip each day and this Legacy Family Tree webinar will help you! We’ll look at tips to help you enhance your email, use shortcuts, conduct better searches, and use your cell phone for genealogy. When we are done, you’ll be able to do more with less time and learn tools that will help you in your research and personal life.