Free genealogy webinars for April 2020 include English probate records, Native American research, DNA, adoption and much more! Not sure what a webinar even is? Click here to learn the details, then return back to this page to see all the amazing webinars available for the month of April!
Free Genealogy Webinars from the Family History Library in SLC
You don’t have to be in Utah to enjoy wonderful classes regarding genealogy and family history. The Family History Library in Salt Lake City offers numerous free webinars each month. Their list is quite extensive and cover a wide variety of topics.
Take a look at what’s coming up these next few weeks from the Family History Library’s webinar series.
Once on their web-page, if you see a class title you are interested in, click the hyperlinked title about 15 minutes before the webinar is to begin. (Remember, Utah is on Mountain Standard Time.) You will be directed to enter your name to join in on the webinar. You may also need to download Adobe Connect or install Adobe Flash. Just follow the directions, they will let you know what (if anything) you need to download or install to be able to watch the webinar. Don’t worry, it’s really quite easy!
Free Genealogy Webinars from Legacy Family Tree
Legacy Family Tree Webinars also has free content each month. Though it is a subscription site, they offer free webinars several times a week to the public. If you miss a live webinar, you have a week to view it for free. Here’s a glance at a few of the upcoming, free genealogy webinars coming up at Legacy Family Tree Webinars. Click on the titles below to see a description and register for free or click here to see all the free webinars for April.
1 April – “Betty Jeans Story – Forensic Genealogy, DNA and Adoption,” presented by Mags Gaulden, 2 pm ET.
8 April – “Decoding Social Security: Providing Benefits to Our Ancestors,” presented by Michael L. Strauss, 8 pm ET.
10 April – “The General Land Office Website – A Genealogical Gem,” presented by Rick Sayre, 2 pm ET.
14 April – “Jumpstart Your MyHeritage Family Tree with Instant Discoveries,” presented by James Tanner, 2 pm ET.
15 April – “Was Great Grandmother Really Native American,” presented by Janice Lovelace, 2 pm ET.
State Societies Offer Free Genealogy Webinars, Too!
Free genealogy webinars are being offered from state genealogical societies, too. Be sure to check your own state society to see what is offered. Here is a short list of some of the free genealogy webinars you might be interested in for the month of April. You do not need to be a member of these societies to enjoy the live webinar. Click on the hyperlinked society’s name and you will be directed to a page to register for the upcoming webinars.
4 April – “Foundations on Researching in Europe,” presented by Julie Goucher, 10 am Pacific Time.
15 April – “Dissecting a Civil War Pension – Union & Confederate,” presented by Jill Morelli, 6 pm Pacific Time.
Wisconsin Genealogical Society offers:
21 April – “Digging Into Finding Aids: The Road Map to Any Manuscript Collection,” presented by Melissa Barker, 7 pm Central Time.
16 April – “Give Me Your Huddled Masses Yearning to Breathe Free: Immigration and Naturalization,” presented by Jeanne Larzalere Bloom, 8 pm ET.
Georgia Genealogical Society offers:
9 April – “You Use What for Genealogy? Wonderful Uses for Unusual Tools,” presented by Thomas MacEntee, 8 pm ET.
Utah Genealogical Association offers:
7 April – “Giving Unexpected or Bad News to Clients,” presented by Penny Walters, 6 pm MT.
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