If you are interested in writing your family history, you must attend this class! Registration is required below to receive the handout and Zoom information.
This three hour class on March 20th at 9 am will explain what to provide in a family history to make it appealing to your relatives or general public.
The first two hours will include pro genealogist Carol Cooke Darrow, who will teach about writing your family history.
The third hour will be shared by several members who have written their family history either in book or vignette form.
Carol Cooke Darrow (CG) is a professional genealogist who works as a lecturer and researcher. She has a degree in history from the University of Texas and is the co-author of The Genealogist’s Guide to Researching Tax Records published in 2007. She was past president of the Colorado Genealogical Society, a member of the Assn. of Professional Genealogists, and is the First Families Certificate Program Chair for the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies. She also teaches classes on genealogy and writing family history at the Denver Public Library besides volunteering at the National Archives in Broomfield. She has written several family stories and histories and published them through Lulu.com.
Everyone interested in genealogy or family history is welcome to attend our free online classes!
Simple handouts available at the class and the slide presentation will be sent via email to all registered attendees the day before the class.
Questions? Contact: Bob Larson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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