September Program: “ Using Often Overlooked Repositories, We Tell Amasa’s Story”
Starting in June, our society started meeting in person at the Fort Collins Senior Center for our monthly programs. We hold a hybrid meeting using our Zoom video service. Capacity is 45 persons in the Foxtail II room located at the northeast end of the senior center. Lots of free parking at the senior center close to the Foxtail room. We look forward to seeing you there!
Our program begins at 6:30 pm. Visitors (not LCGS members) who wish to attend via Zoom need to register below to receive the Zoom info and handout.
President Glenn York provides a brief overview of our society with the latest committee reports followed by tonight’s program.
Program Information: “Using Often Overlooked Repositories, We Tell Amasa’s Story“.
Our story is about a young man who leaves Vermont and travels on foot in 1816 to help settle an American Frontier town in Ohio. His original letter tells us of his amazing trip. The records found to illuminate his very successful life are often overlooked in pre-1850 records. Think out of the box to find some really useful information in your early American story.
Diane Barbour PLCGS has been doing genealogy for about 20 years. In June 2012, she graduated from the National Institute of Genealogical Studies at the University of Toronto to earn her credentials of PLCGS or Professional Learning Certificate in Genealogical Studies. She attends Advanced Institutes yearly and has taught genealogy locally and nationally. Her first love is teaching. She is currently President of the Anthem Ranch Genealogical Society and is Vice- President of Boulder Genealogy. She has also been education coordinator for both groups. Diane has volunteered for many jobs with other genealogy organizations. She also volunteered at the Denver Public Library and National Archives in Broomfield
Diane Barbour PLCGS, Broomfield, Colorado email@example.com 303 604 1051 Diane’s Genealogical Solutions
Reminder: Visitors are welcome and can register below to receive the Zoom info and handout!
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