Jerry Paulson has been doing genealogical research for over forty years. Jerry had an opportunity to work as a volunteer with Gerhard Naeseth in the early 1990’s, helping create one of the first computer databases for Norwegian-American genealogy. Among the many classes he has taught, Jerry offered genealogical instruction for over 25 years at Madison Area Technical College for adult continuing education. He now leads classes in Beginning Genealogy and Writing Your Family History at our Center, as well as a multitude of seminars for community groups, lag and stevne meetings, and museums associated with Norwegian-American heritage and culture. For nearly a decade, Jerry has been accompanying groups of researchers to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
Jerry will provide 4 lectures on how to research Norwegian family history online and through traditional resources.
Choice 1: Ham, Swiss, Dijon Aioli, Spring Mix, Rye Bread
Choice 2: Smoked Turkey, White Cheddar, Bacon, Tomato Aioli, Multigrain Bread
Choice 3: Butternut Squash Spread, Grilled Vegetables, Greens, Spinach Tortilla--vegan
Date: Saturday, May 19, 2018
Time: 10 am- 5 pm
Location: Memorial Library, Room 126
Cost: $30 (10% off for Wisconsin Historical Society and Wisconsin Genealogical Society Members! WSGS members use code WSGS18 at checkout)
Each attendee has the choice of the following box lunches:
Please select if you would like Gluten Free bread
Each lunch box contains the following:
Mixed salad/balsamic dressing on the side, chocolate truffle, kettle chips and soda/water. Feel free to bring your own drink.