Tuesday, August 10, 2021

Course Spotlight: Advanced New England Research: From the Colonial Period to the Early 1900s

Have ancestors from New England? Interested in learning advanced methodology skills and exploring underused resources to improve your research? You should check out Advanced New England Research: From the Colonial Period to the Early 1900s at SLIG 2022.

Explore New England

This course will allow students to learn about specific resources and research techniques for Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Individual sessions will also provide learning experiences that go deeper into historical and social contexts to trace New England families. This advanced course will dive into new records, history, research methodologies, and resources.

Records, Records, Records

Get set to learn about everything. This course boasts numerous lectures on the wide variety of genealogical resources found in New England research. Sessions taught by leading experts will cover jurisdictions, advanced town record research techniques, war and military records, land ownership and transfer, religious records, migration, and more. Additional class time will be spent discussing repositories, advanced techniques and methodology, and exploring case studies.

The full schedule for this course, faculty bios, and course details can be found here.

Join us for SLIG 2022

Held January 9-14, 2022, in Salt Lake City, the 27th annual Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy promises the in-depth, advanced educational opportunities SLIG has become known for. SLIG offers high-intermediate to advanced education and includes courses on methodology, standards, regional or ethnic group research, recordsets, and research tools like DNA. Visit our website to view a full selection of available courses.

Learn more about SLIG 2022. Registration opens on August 14th, 2021, at 10:00 am MDT. Create a registration account today! If you have any questions, please reach out to the UGA registrar:

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