Free all weekend
Okay, The Legal Genealogist doesn’t want you to miss out.
So in case you were sleeping or working on your tax returns1 or something else earlier this week when I wrote about the celebration at Family Tree Webinars in honor of its 500th webinar presentation this afteroon,2 here’s the deal.
Through the end of the day Sunday. As in “11:59:59 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time.”
Every single one of the 500 webinars ever offered by Family Tree Webinars is available free.
That includes, just as one example, the entire series from the Board for Certification of Genealogists, from Elizabeth Shown Mills’ FAN + GPS + DNA: The Problem-Solver’s Great Trifecta to Rebecca Whitman Koford’s Are You My Grandpa? Men of the Same Name — a series that covers the waterfront of genealogical methods.
Now… before I go on, truth in advertising time: because I am a webinar presenter, if you listen to some of these and then decide to buy one or subscribe to the webinar series, I will financially benefit, along with all the other presenters. Just sayin’.
But the bottom line here is, don’t miss out. The offerings here are truly amazing, ranging from DNA to methodology and skills to presentations that look at research strategies for different places and ethnicities.
And, of course, while you’re there, you might want to register for upcoming webinars, like this Tuesday’s upcoming BCG webinar by Richard “Rick” Sayre, CG, CGL, on The Genealogy in Government Documents: “An often under-used resource, evidence of kinship abounds in publication such as the Serial Set, American State Papers, and the Territorial Papers. We explore these publications and discover efficient ways to access them.”
Rick is the undisputed expert in government documents, and my co-coordinator in this summer’s Law School for Genealogists course at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) July 16-21, 2017 — and there are seats left in the course if you’re still looking for your chance to come to summer camp for genealogists…
So many opportunities to learn.
Don’t miss out.