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C A G G  Meetings
CAGG meetings are like mini-seminars and are usually held nine times a year, normally on the third Saturday of each month, with no meetings in July, August, or December. The meetings start at 9:30 a.m. and consist of a "main program" in the morning, software user's groups at 11:00 a.m.; lunch at noon and a Computer Fundamentals session starting at 1:00 p.m. until 2 p.m. The meetings are held at the:

Fairview Park Branch Library
21255 Lorain Road
Fairview Park, Ohio


Our Next meeting is June 21st, 2014

Update: How Governments Are Providing Records to Genealogists
Wally Huskonen

We all are familiar with U.S. Federal Census Records being readily available online for genealogical research. Many military records also are readily available online. But have you explored vital records being made available by state governments for research? Have you ordered an SS5 record for an ancestor from the Social Security Administration? Do you have ancestors who became naturalized, and have you obtained their Naturalization papers from the USCIS? What about Alien Registrations, also available from the USCIS? Wally Huskonen will get you started using the Internet to find or order records made available relatively recently.

 

Afternoon Computer Fundamentals
What's In a Google Account?
with Jean Hoffman

Do you have a Google Account, or gmail? If you ever created an account for Picasa, Google+, Blogger or many other products offered through Google, your account covers all of them. Learn about the many faces of Google. Searches don't require an account but there is much more available.

 


 

CAGG 2014
January 18 am Your Favorite Family History Photo, CAGG members
    pm Photo Editing Programs, especially the free ones, Jean Hoffman
February 15 am Leaving a Gift of Legacy: Who's Writing Your Story? with Deborah A. Abbott, Ph.D.
    pm Is a Desktop Publishing Program For You? with Jean Hoffman
March 15 am Be Your Family's Star With a Stellar Genealogy, Jean M. Hoffman, CG
    pm Genealogy Case Studies, Linda Freeman, Mary Jamba, Jean Hoffman
April 19 am Do I Still Need a Desktop Genealogy Program? Panel Discussion
    pm Managing Your Genealogy Library, Jean Hoffman
May 17 am What Killed Grandma? , Dr. Mark Jamba
    pm Charting Medical and DNA Genealogy, Jean Hoffman
June 21 am Update: How Governments Are Providing Records to Genealogists, Wally Huskonen
    pm What's In a Google Account?, Jean Hoffman
no meetings in July and August
September 20 am Unraveling the Cuyahoga County Websites, with Sherry Minn
    pm TBA
October 18 am TBA
    pm TBA
November 15 am TBA
    pm TBA
no meeting in December


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