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Scottish Genealogy (Webinar)

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This workshop will be delivered as a live webinar. Registrants will need internet access to watch and participate from home. Participants will be able to ask questions during the webinar. Webinar access information and instructions will be emailed to registrants on Friday, 4/17, when online registration closes and also on the morning of 4/18, before the webinar starts.

Join us for this workshop to learn how to research your Scottish ancestors. This workshop will focus on the paper trail here and in Scotland,and it will provide background on emigration from Scotland to America.

Date: 4/18/2020 | Registration CLOSED deadline: Noon, 4/17/2020

Time: 10 AM - 4 PM There will be a 1hr break for lunch and two 15 minute breaks.

Bonus: This webinar will be recorded and made available to registrants through 5/18/2020. (Instructions and a link will be emailed to you in the week following the webinar.)

To register more than one person, add the first ticket to your cart; then go back and add each additional ticket separately.

All ticket sales are final and non-refundable.
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The Wisconsin Historical Society is pleased to host Christine Woodcock, Genealogy Tours of Scotland.  Researching Scottish ancestors can be a bit daunting.  This workshop will focus on the paper trail here and in Scotland.  It will also provide background on emigration from Scotland to America.  The topics are described below.

1. In Search of Your Scottish Ancestors – Getting Started

2. Brick Walls Busters for Scottish Genealogy Research

3. Step Away from Your Computer – Genealogy Gems in the Scottish Libraries, Archives and Family History Societies

4 We’re Away to America – a look at historic events that led to Scots emigration

The Wisconsin Historical Society is pleased to host Christine Woodcock, Genealogy Tours of Scotland.  Researching Scottish ancestors can be a bit daunting.  This workshop will focus on the paper trail here and in Scotland.  It will also provide background on emigration from Scotland to America.  The topics are described below.

1. In Search of Your Scottish Ancestors – Getting Started

2. Brick Walls Busters for Scottish Genealogy Research

3. Step Away from Your Computer – Genealogy Gems in the Scottish Libraries, Archives and Family History Societies

4 We’re Away to America – a look at historic events that led to Scots emigration

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Bonus: This webinar will be recorded and made available to registrants through June 30, 2020. (Instructions and a link will be emailed to you in the week following the webinar.)

To register more than one person, add the first ticket to your cart; then go back and add each additional ticket separately.

All ticket sales are final and non-refundable.
€34.40

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