you, your family and friends to the
Tuesday April 21, 2015 Program
7:00PM Congregation Ahavath Achim
3225 Southwest Barbur Boulevard Portland, OR
(Doors will open at 6:30 with time for conversation and sharing.)
Timelines as a Genealogical Research Tool
Learn the whys and hows of using timelines: personal, family, historical or blended. Discover how timelines help researchers organize, plan and evaluate information. See how a timeline helped to solve a genealogical question.
Toby Forim Blake received her MA in Jewish History from Baltimore Hebrew University. She served on the Baltimore Community Board of Jewish Women’s Archives where she was involved in personal history interviews as well as other phases of the project. She has been a Jewish educator in the classroom, in administration and for the Baltimore Board of Jewish Education. Toby enjoys researching for others and has been researching her family since the late 1980’s.
Please come early if you would like help from other genealogists.
Cost: The program is free to 2014 JGSO members. We request a $5 contribution from non-members. That fee can be applied to a membership should you decide to join JGSO at this meeting.
For more information about the program, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Barbara Hershey at 503-249-1976.
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SAVE THE DATE: MAY 31 for the next program meeting!
RE: Using Ancestry.com Like a Pro with Crista Cowan
Cowan has been involved in family history research for more than 25
years and has been a professional genealogist since 2002. She
specializes in descendancy research, Jewish Immigration, and sharing
family history with the genealogically challenged.
Crista regularly teaches Family History classes at her local LDS Family History Center and at conferences and genealogy societies around the country. She has been employed at Ancestry.com since 2004 and is known as The Barefoot Genealogist. She has an internet show on Tue and Thu mornings at 10 am (Pacific Time) at http://livestream.com/ancestry. You can watch past episodes at http://ancstry.me/TBGVids.
Other ways of getting more Crista are through the following links.
http://livestream.com/ancestry Tues and Thursday AM 10 AM Pacific time
All photos courtesy Oregon Jewish Museum.
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