Do you have Japanese ancestry? Are you a librarian or professional genealogist who works with Japanese patrons or clients? If you live Southern California, you won’t want to miss this upcoming class!
I am excited to present next weekend at the monthly program for the South Orange County California Genealogical Society (SOCCGS) in Mission Viejo, California. My presentation focuses on two of my favorite digital repositories–DPLA and HathiTrust.
Have you inherited an obituary or another type of biographical sketch of a Mexican ancestor or relative? Would you like to learn how to dig deeper into that record to discover more about that individual and his/her family? Join me at the 28th Annual Genealogical Society of Hispanic America Conference!
Before you begin digging into Mexican records, you need to first narrow down the scope of your search by identifying you ancestor’s hometown in Mexico. The reason for this is twofold: it narrows down the focus of your search, and it helps you identify the right collections to use.
This is exciting news, because I do not see many in-person or online classes focusing on Asian genealogy–at conferences, institutes, seminars, in society programs, or via webinars.