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At Legacy Family Tree Webinars, all FREE LIVE webinars are recorded and the recording is FREE to access for a seven-day period after the live event.
Another 50 Websites Every Genealogist Should Know
Legacy Family Tree Webinars: FREE WEBINAR Another 50 Websites Every Genealogist Should Know presented by Gena Philibert-Ortega, Wednesday, January 20th, 2020, 2:00 pm Eastern / 1:00 pm Central / 12:00 pm Mountain / 11:00 am Pacific. The Internet is one of the best things to happen to genealogy and holds great discoveries for our family history. Previously Gena explored 50 websites and then she presented 50 more so why not take a look at yet another 50! Part of being a good researcher is knowing where to find things and with a total of 150 websites you are sure to make some great discoveries. We will explore websites that aren’t the same old, same old websites. Let’s take our research around the world and explore more websites that will take your research to the next level. Click HERE to view for FREE through Tuesday, January 26th, 2021 – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
From Grandmother to First European Landowner of Canada
Legacy Family Tree Webinars: FREE WEBINAR From Grandmother to First European Landowner of Canada presented by Lianne Kruger, Friday, January 15th, 2021, 2:00 pm Eastern / 1:00 pm Central / 12:00 pm Mountain / 11:00 am Pacific. In the 1980s, my grandmother gave me her parents’ names, their wedding date and the names of her 15 siblings. From that information I researched from the early 1900s in Northwest Ontario back to the first European landowner in Canada. I will explain each step I took along the way, how I did it then, and how to do it now. Although, the process is the same these steps are done so much easier and faster today with today’s technology and the internet. Click HERE to VIEW for FREE through Thursday, January 21st, 2021 – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
Death and Burial Practices in World War I and WW II
Legacy Family Tree Webinars: FREE WEBINAR Death and Burial Practices in World War I and WW II presented by Rick Sayre, CG, CGL, FUGA, January 19, 2021, 8:00 pm Eastern / 7:00 pm Central / 6:00 pm Mountain / 5:00 pm Pacific. Much of this webinar focuses on the process of collecting, identifying, and burying the dead, and the resulting records, including their genealogical significance. In World War I (1917–1918) there were 53,402 battle deaths, while in World War II (1941–1945) battle deaths rose to 291,557. There are 124,905 American war dead interred overseas. This webinar also addresses how the United States honors and memorializes those killed in battle, including the role of the American Battle Monuments Commission, the American Gold Star Mothers program, and the operation of the Army’s Grave Registration Service. Click HERE to view for FREE through Monday, January 25th, 2021 – via Legacy Family Tree Webinars.
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