Webinar: Finding American Women’s Voices through the Centuries: Letters, Journals, Newspapers, and Court Records
Presented by Jane E. Wilcox
Women from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries are challenging to uncover, but we may hear their voices in the documents that recorded their lives. With many examples from the speaker’s own New England, New York and Wisconsin family history, learn where to look for womenfolk in letters, diaries and journals, newspapers and various court records.
About the Presenter
Jane E. Wilcox is a professional genealogist in Albany, NY, a NY State Archives Advisory Committee member, and author of the forthcoming NYG&B guide to the NY State Archives.