The Legacy Family Tree Webinars sale
Every so often, a sale comes along that’s just too good to pass up.
And right now, that’s the sale at Legacy Family Tree Webinars, with a year’s subscription on sale right now at 50% off — or just $24.98 for a whole year of unlimited access to all of the recorded webinars, instructors’ handouts, chat logs from live webinars, and — if that wasn’t enough — a five percent discount on anything in the Legacy store. The sale”s been extended through Sunday, August 20.
Now… truth in advertising time… The Legal Genealogist is a presenter for Legacy Family Tree Webinars. Presenters benefit when people subscribe and listen to one of their webinars. So if you buy a subscription and then listen to one of my presentations ranging from courthouse research to my brand new talk on tax lists,1 I’ll benefit.2
The fact is, I’d be pushing this sale every bit as much if I wasn’t a presenter: getting unlimited access to hundreds and hundreds of hours of first-class genealogical education for less than 50 cents a week is hard to beat.
Tonight (Tuesday, August 15), at 8 p.m., for example, you can register and tune in to hear my friend and colleague LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson explain the process Analyzing Probate Records of Slaveholders to Identify Enslaved Ancestors — critically important to those of us with southern ancestors who may have been enslaved or enslavers (or both).
LaBrenda, a lawyer and fellow trustee of the Board for Certification of Genealogists, is presenting as part of the BCG series at Legacy — by itself reason to have a subscription. In September, for example, you can hear Thomas W. Jones present When Does Newfound Evidence Overturn a Proved Conclusion?; in October, it’s David Ouimette with Databases, Search Engines, and the Genealogical Proof Standard.
And there’s so much more. Tomorrow afternoon, Wednesday August 16, at 2 p.m., you can hear Luana Darby explain how to go about Finding Your Ancestors in German Directories. In the library is Blaine Bettinger’s Foundations in DNA series; Teri Flack’s new series on Texas research; Amie Bowser Tennant’s new webinars on census research, just to name a few.
Check it out, and don’t let this sale pass you by. Nowhere else can you get this much genealogical education at less than 50 cents a week.