The following announcement was written by FamilySearch:
The free FamilySearch Family History Library Webinars for February 2021 include beginner classes in African American Records and Strategies, an Overview of FamilySearch, the FamilySearch Catalog, and US Immigration records, plus one special Spanish language session entitled “El amor es ciego, pero el sacerdote no: la infinidad de información en las actas matrimoniales” (Love is blind, but the priest is not: the endless information in marriage certificates). February’s schedule is notably abbreviated to support the 1,000+ free exciting sessions that will be available at RootsTech Connect 2021, a three-day virtual family history conference beginning February 25, 2021.
If you cannot attend a live Family History Library webinar, most sessions are recorded and can be viewed later at your convenience at Family History Library classes and webinars.
All class times are in Mountain Standard Time (MST).
|Mon, Feb 1, 10:00 AM MST||Using the FamilySearch Catalog (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Feb 2, 10:00 AM MST||Overview of FamilySearch (Beginner)||Yes|
|Thu, Feb 4, 10:00 AM MST||The Tired, the Poor, and the Huddled Masses: U.S. Immigration 1820-1954 (Beginner)||Yes|
|Tue, Feb 16, 11:00 AM MST||El amor es ciego, pero el sacerdote no: la infinidad de información en las actas matrimoniales (Intermediate)||Yes|
|Thu, Feb 18, 10:00 AM MST||African American Records and Strategies: Post-1865 (Beginner)||Yes|
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