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Introduction to Genealogical Research

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Your family story helps to inform who you are today.  In this introductory-to-intermediate-level genealogy class, you’ll learn research, as well as investigative and analytic methods to discover and confirm the vital details of your family history. With an experienced genealogist and investigator at your side, you'll learn techniques for finding and using worldwide libraries, archives and databases which hold the keys to unlocking who your ancestors were, where and how they lived, the hardships and crises they faced, and the risks they overcame to emigrate to the United States and establish your family legacy. You will learn how to record and organize your research, when and why to trust or question a source, and how to weigh and evaluate contradictory data.  A great opportunity for family members and friends to learn together. Call 206.934.5339 to register two or more people at the Friends Rate of $129.50 each.

Class Details

10 Sessions
Weekly - Wed

Olympic Hall Building (OLY)

Timothy Kane 

Class Fee: 


Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s)
10/9/2019 - 12/11/2019 Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Seattle, Olympic Hall Building (OLY)  Map, Room: OLY 104 Timothy Kane