40+ Genealogy Tutorials for Immigration and Migration Research

Immigration, migrationThe Immigrant Research series is provided as a sampling the resources you will find on MyGenShare.com.  These slideshows are part of the Genealogy Records category featuring an online library designed to help genealogists and family historians learn about records, research skills and processes to advance the joining of generations.

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A listing of the available video in this series is as follows:

  1. Immigration and migration #1: Immigration and Migration – America – People on the Move
  2. Immigration and migration #2: Immigration and Migration – Step 1 – How to Find the Origin of Your Immigrant Ancestors
  3. Immigration and migration #3: Immigration and Migration – Step 2 – How to Find the Origin of Your Immigrant Ancestors
  4. Immigration and migration #4: Immigration and Migration – Step 2 – Example of Scot – Irish Immigration
  5. Immigration and migration #5: Immigration and Migration – Step 3 – How to Find the Origin of Your Immigrant Ancestors Continue reading

Use U.S. census information and clues to find family history records

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Barry J. Ewell presented a series of  class sessions around the topic “80 Family History Strategies to  Find Generations of Family.” This is the slideshow from the presentation, “Use U.S. census information and clues to find family history records.”

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How to cut 10 years off your family history learning curve

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Barry J. Ewell presented a series of  class sessions around the topic “Forty Ways to Supercharge Family History Research.” This is the slideshow from the presentation, “How to cut 10 years off your family history learning curve.”

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Learn to use the U.S. census as the foundation of your family history research

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Barry J. Ewell presented a series of  class sessions around the topic “80 Family History Strategies to  Find Generations of Family.” This is the slideshow from the presentation, “Learn to use the U.S. census as the foundation of your family history research.”

The other presentations are as follows: Continue reading

Expand beyond the U.S. census to find and use record repositories

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Barry J. Ewell presented a series of  class sessions around the topic “80 Family History Strategies to  Find Generations of Family.” This is the slideshow from the presentation, “Expand beyond the U.S. census to find and use record repositories.”

The other presentations are as follows: Continue reading