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Forensic Genealogy Techniques for the Everyday Researcher

Event Type: Adult
Age Group(s): Adults
Date: 3/7/2017
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:30 PM
Description:
 The term “Forensic” refers to the use of science and technology in investigating evidence and establishing facts. Forensic Genealogist Marsha Peterson-Maass will give you, the everyday genealogist, some forensic process methods to add to your genealogical toolkit for analyzing family + group photographs and assembling spreadsheets; help you take a different look at your research & analysis practices, teach you how to find “obvious” clues and might even help knock down a brick wall or two. Topics are covered from textbooks Fundamentals of Genealogy®: The Most Helpful Tools You've Never Used . . . textbooks are distributed before the lecture so participants can peruse them during the lecture and can optionally purchase to take home for $20 each.

Location: Carnegie Community Room - Mezzanine Level
Presenter: Marsha Peterson-Maas
Status: Closed