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Intermediate Genealogy Using the Family Search Program   NEW!

The next step in learning more advance features of the Family Search program and how to use more resources of the program like Wiki search, Catalog, correcting data problems and how Ancestry and Family Search programs work together, and support each other. Learn how to use the new Family Search App on your smart phone.

This class is intended for those who feel fairly comfortable with their current skills on the Family Search program and want to take it a step further!

Thursday nights will consist of an hour of lecture, then an hour of hands-on, guided research. Additional research (optional lab) time is available on Saturdays.

 

Intermediate Genealogy Using the Family Search Program
Date: 9/19/2019 - 11/9/2019 Instructor: Cyndi Honor
Days: Th Sa Sessions: 8 Bldg: Donaldson (Main) Room: 130
Fee: $11.50 Location: 1115 North Roberts Helena, MT 59601
 
Class meets every other week, except for Halloween week. Thursday evening lectures are 6-8pm. Optional Saturday labs are 9-11am. Actual dates: September 19, 21, October 3, 5, 17, 19, November 7, 9.
 

 

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