The program will run from 1-5pm, at UJA-Federation of New York 130 East 59th Street, 7th floor, Manhattan.
Experienced genealogists will present two tracks – for beginners and those more experienced.
— How to get started
— Tracing your family in the US
— Finding/interpreting census/vital records
— Crossing the pond: Finding/interpreting passenger arrival/naturalization records
— Organizing, goal-setting, record-keeping
— What’s new in computer research
— Researching European records at home
Tracks run simultaneously; participants may attend sessions in either or both tracks
— Finding and interpreting census and vital records
— Passenger arrival and naturalization records
— Computer research
— Research organization
— Record-keeping and goal setting
— Searching European records from home.
Advance registration required, no on-site registration. For more information and registration, click here.
Fee: JGSNY members, $18; others, $25. New member special: $40, includes 2010 JGSNY membership (annual membership alone is $36).