NYSFHC 2020 Revisited

New York Family History School

New York State Family History Conference 2020 Revisited

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Welcome to NYSFHC 2020 Revisited, the first on-demand program from the New York Family History School. We hope you enjoy some of our most popular sessions from the 2020 New York State Family History Conference. NYG&B members have free access Tuesday, November 9 and Wednesday, November 10. After November 10, access until February 21, 2022 may be purchased.


A la Karte: Borders, Maps and Gazetteers for German Genealogists
James M. Beidler
Albany as the Revolutionary War Hub of New York State: Sources in the Capital Region
Eric G. Grundset, MLS
Copyright Considerations for Genealogists
Blaine T. Bettinger, PhD, JD
Decoding the Ancient Documents: Research in the Dutchess County Court Records
William P. Tatum, III, PhD
Digital Organization for Everyone: Ways to Conquer the Mess
Michael Cassara
Dutch Naming Systems in Early America
Aaron Goodwin
Expanding Research to Backtrack New Yorkers to New England
Thomas W. Jones, PhD, CG, FASG, FUGA, FNGS
Genealogical Proof for the Everyday Genealogist
Annette Burke Lyttle
Genealogical Research in the Austro-Hungarian Empire
Michelle Tucker Chubenko
Gravestone Conservation for Genealogists
Christopher White
Identifying the wife of Jacob Lasher of Germantown, Columbia Co., New York
Julie Miller, CG, CGL, FNGS
Making the Most of Ancestry.com's Search Engine
Alec Ferretti, MA, MLIS


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