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Friday, September 18
Colorado PalAm Fall Seminar  (Seminar)
Zoom
Speaker: Kent Robinson; for information and registration form, click here.
 
FRIDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER
 
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 18, 2020, Mr. Robinson will present a lecture titled "Extend Your German Research—Websites to Locate Print Resources: WorldCat, Interlibrary Loan, Google Books, Internet Archive, PERSI, and others." 
This lecture will be FREE, but one must pre-register in order to receive the handouts.
 
SATURDAY, 17 OCTOBER
 
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020, Mr. Robinson will give presentations on the Key Essentials of German Genealogy:
               Determining the Village of Origin, (30 min.) and German History and Geography (30 min.)
               Dies und Das (This and That)—a Variety of Useful Information
               Resources—Books and Websites
               Using Records in the Homeland
A complete printed copy of all the Power Point presentations, including an extensive bibliography, will be included in the registration fee and will be sent out to attendees prior to the Seminar.
 
NOTE: If you signed up for the cancelled Spring 2020 Seminar, your registration fee has been automatically transferred to this fall seminar, but you must re-register. Directions on how to access ZOOM and the lecture times will provided prior to the Seminar dates.
 
Questions: Contact Jean West at jgopack@gmail.com or phone 303-736-2697


Saturday, September 19
Introduction to Genealogy  (Classes)
10:30 am to 2:30 pm
Penrose Library - Columbine A
Instructor: Nancy Niles Wehner, CG
Recommended Minimum Experience Level: Beginner
Class Size: 100
Restrictions: None. Open to the public.
Reservations: Required; call 719-531-6333 ext. 2253 or to register online go to https://ppld.librarymarket.com/introduction-genealogy-finding-your-family-1
Additional: Bring snacks and/or a lunch, as we will not be taking a break long enough for you to go out and eat.
 
Exploration of the methods and records used in researching your family history. Includes discussions of:
  • ​Why genealogy?
  • Setting goals
  • Getting organized
  • Recording information
  • Common record types
  • Where to find records