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Society Offers Spring Genealogy Classes


Drawing of the Ames-Angier family tree of North Easton, Massachusetts, 1560-1937
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Genealogy enthusiasts looking for tips on how technology is changing research techniques, or those who have just now begun to think about beginning research into their family history, will find valuable resources in a lineup of eight upcoming genealogy classes the Society is sponsoring. Classes begin in March and run through mid-May. They range from intensive, hands-on computer labs to online webinars that anyone with Internet access can take from the comfort of their own home. Costs range from $30 to $40, and members of the Society or the Wisconsin State Genealogical Society receive 10-percent discounts.

Courses Taught by Genealogical Experts

The Society's genealogical experts will teach participants how to best use the Society's nationally recognized collections of published and unpublished materials for researching family histories as well as techniques for employing the vast array of Internet resources for conducting genealogical research. For a complete list of spring classes and additional details, visit our genealogy classes page.

:: Posted February 17, 2014

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