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Newspaper Research
Saturday, June 1
Newspaper Research  (EWGS Meetings)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Hybrid Meeting at The Hive - 2904 E Sprague Ave, Spokane, WA 99202
Newspaper Research by Sunny Jane Morton

Comparing the U.S. Newspaper Giants:

Over a billion digitized newspaper pages are now searchable at online historical newspaper archives such as Chronicling America, FultonHistory.com, GenealogyBank, NewspaperArchive and Newspapers.com. But which should you use? Is it worth subscribing to one of the premium sites? Learn how they stack up for total amount of digitized content; geographic coverage; unique features and tools; subscription options; and more. My tips and comparative analyses will help you more confidently choose and use these newspaper websites. 

1:00-3pm, doors open at 12:30


A Workshop using Land Records
Thursday, June 13 through Thursday, June 13
A Workshop using Land Records  (Workshop)
1:30 pm to 4:00 pm
THE HIVE
Session 1-June 13 from 1:30-4:00 OR Session 2-June 20 from 1:30-4:00

Who: Anyone who can benefit from guided practice searching common land records websites for your land-owning ancestors. We will explore some general land records websites and then spend the rest of the time letting you search with my one-on-one help when needed.

What you will need: Your own internet-able computer, laptop, tablet, phone or whatever you use to do genealogy research. AND your passwords to any gen websites you usually use. Maybe a pencil and note paper…also your best can-do smile!

Why: After my presentation on Land Records for the April Seminar, I was asked if I would be willing to do a workshop as a follow up to practice and apply the information tailored to a member’s own needs.

Cost: Free…a benefit provided by your local EWGS chapter!

How-to sign-up: Email Betty directly at bettyellis@comcast.net. State which day you want. There are only 10 slots per day. I will add a wait list of 3 for each day just in case a position opens.

Other details: Those confirmed for the workshop will receive an email from me with the door code for the HIVE a few days before the workshop.

Get your name on the list now...space is limited!



REFOCUS GROUP -BOOKMARKS
Tuesday, June 18
REFOCUS GROUP -BOOKMARKS  (Special Interest Groups)
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
Karen Lehfeldt will be discussing bookmarks.   We will take a quick look at the Bookmarks in Google. Karen will also demonstrate the Start.me app. that she uses. 
 
Bookmarks are a great tool to quickly get back to websites that you visit regularly.  Start.me is one way to organize the bookmarks. Please join us on Zoom for Refocus.
 
 For more information, contact Pat Bayonne-Johnson at pbj524@aol.com
 
 



REFOCUS GROUP
Tuesday, July 16
REFOCUS GROUP  (Special Interest Groups)
6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
Kelley Taylor will presents:
"A basic introductory overview of the FamilySearch website, and show how to navigate to some of the many features it contains, including the various search functions and how to use FamilySearch to further our knowledge on a particular topic . I will then give an overview of the new FamilySearch Labs and how to find your ancestor in unindexed records.
 
 For more information, contact Pat Bayonne-Johnson at pbj524@aol.com
 


JULY RETREAT WORKSHOP
Thursday, July 18
JULY RETREAT WORKSHOP  (Workshop)
TBD
Actual retreat details to be announced soon!
 
As event gets closer details will be shared. 
ANY MEMBER MAY ATTEND THE ANNUAL RETREAT.