Upcoming Conferences for 2019-2020
Past Genealogical Programs by Prominent Speakers
Here’s a sampling of the informational programs by prominent speakers in the field of genealogy that our members and guests have enjoyed.
"Sharing your Genealogical Data - Electronically" by Roger Marble, Genealogist, former Board member of OGS. Sharing and storing your genealogy data. (Nov. 2018)
"Learning about the Ohio Genealogical Society Library" by Tom Neel, OGS Librarian.
Resources available within the Ohio State Genealogical Society. (Sept. 2018)
"Organizing Your Genealogy", Dr. Deborah Abbott, Instructor, Author, Professional Genealogist (Sept. 2019)
"Treasures at the Cuyahoga County Archives" by Dr. Judith Cetina, Archivist for the Cuyahoga County Archives (Sept. 2020)
"Adding Your Own Stories to Your Family History" by Sunny Morton, Contributing Editor of the 'Family Tree Magazine' (Oct. 2020)
"It Starts with a Question: Making a Research Plan" by Cynthia Turk, Certified Genealogist (Jan. 2021)
"How to use the National Archives Website" by Claire Kluskens, Senior Digital Projects Archivist, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) (March 2021)
Other Upcoming Programs/ Conferences in 2021
National Archives (NARA) Hosts Genealogy Series in May & June 2021
The program sessions are free and online. May sessions are broad and will appeal to the beginner and beyond. June sessions focus on topics better suited to the experienced researcher. You are invited to watch and participate in real time with the presenters and family historians from around the world on YouTube.
All are welcome! Session descriptions, videos , handouts and participation instructions are available at the Genealogy Series web page. The sessions will be broadcast on the U.S. National Archives YouTube channel beginning with the May 4th program.
Links to Neighboring Genealogical Societies
Links to Other Genealogical Resources: