Have you been putting off starting your family tree? Learn the basics of genealogy or refresh your previous skills. Discover new ideas, how to organize your inquiries, and where to find the best programs and platforms for online research. Take the steps to permanently preserve your family’s records and history. Classes begin on April 18, 2017.
A four week morning or four week evening session is being offered by the City of St. Charles Adult and Community Education Department of the City of St. Charles School District. The Instructor is Dorris Keeven-Franke, Executive Director of Missouri Germans Consortium who has over 30 years experience as a professional genealogist. You do NOT need to be a resident of St.Charles in order to register for this class. The class is being offered on Tuesdays, April 18 & 25th, and Tuesdays, May 2nd and May 9th, at either 10am-12:30 pm OR 6pm-8:30pm at the St. Charles West High School Room J106 (a computer lab) which is located at 3601 Droste Road. This course is a requirement for the advanced class.
This class will cover the Basics of Genealogy, which may serve as a refresher for those doing it for several years and include new methods for Computer research, but will allow
those who have not done a lot of their family history to learn where to begin. We will then cover what sources provide what information and where to locate that information whether it will be online or if on-site research trips will be necessary. Then we will cover important aspects of preserving your records, including doing Oral Histories, Photographs, DNA tests and online record keeping. By the final week you will be able to organize your data into a working family tree, and organize all of the materials necessary to document your research. Each class will allow time for Questions and discussion with the class.
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One response to “Genealogy Begins April 18”
St Charles has long had a history of Nieder Deutsch and this writer knows one of these speakers from New Melle where for a time nearby I once lived.
Please send me an email address so that I can properly forward you a sample of a German electronic newsletter that I regularly receive for
Your support on such things.
I have started here eight years ago in Ohio a small library devoted to this literature.
Awaiting your reply .
And oh yes
I grew up in St. Louis, the
Near south side. The Germans are now in some of the l a e n d e r teaching this language now in selective schools. You can do a specialty on it in the Gymnasium now in Mecklenburg Vorpommern.
Greetings and the usual amenities,
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