Attend the SAGHS Fall Seminar with Cari Taplin, CG. She has been working on finding her true heritage since the year 2000. Cari is a native of Wood County, Ohio, but migrated to Wyoming, Colorado, and now Pflugerville, Texas. Cari holds the Certified Genealogist® credential and has served in a wide variety of volunteer and leadership positions for several state, local, and national societies. She currently serves as the Education Chair for the Austin Genealogical Society, and on the boards of the Association for Professional Genealogists and the Federation of Genealogical Societies. As the owner of GenealogyPANTS, she provides speaking, research, and consultation services. Cari focuses on Midwestern states, methodology, and researching family legends.
Cost: $45/members, $50/non-members, syllabus and box lunch included. Register before 1 October to save.
From Deeds to Dirt: A Case Study in Analyzing Research with Maps
Census Hurdles: How to Jump Over or Go Around
Using Timelines and Tables to Analyze Your Research
The dedicated ladies of the SAGHS quilting group have sewed diligently for months to produce this beautiful heirloom. Buy a chance at the library for only $1.00. The drawing will be held at the annual SAGHS Fall Seminar on October 7, 2017. You need not be present to win.
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The Fall Seminar is Saturday, 7 October 2017, at Cross Roads Church (formerly known as John Calvin Presbyterian Church), 8102 Midcrown Dr., San Antonio, Texas 78239. Our speaker is Cari Taplin, CG. Find out more information.
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Remembering World War I, edited by Larry W. Luckett.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. Thoughts of World War I bring visions of trench warfare, no man’s land, and deadly machine gun fire causing almost countless casualties. On the home front the war had other realities to those who served in support of American troops overseas. Individual articles provide glimpses of personal participation, injury, and death. The stories help us keep memories alive before the remembrance fades.
This new book is an anthology of family memories and events from 100 years ago, with thirty articles by members of SAGHS in three sections—Home Front, Western Front, and Post-War. Includes a genealogy research bibliography to guide further individual research. Soft cover, 112 pages, four pages color illustrations; fully indexed by names, military units, battles, and locations. $10, plus $4 shipping and handling. Purchase online or download a form to mail in with your check.
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Microsoft Powerpoint Class 1
These classes are interactive, thus to get the most out of the sessions, it is advisable to bring your laptop/tablet with MS PowerPoint installed. While it is not necessary to attend both classes, some of the topics planned for class 1 might be covered in class 2, dependent upon ...
Instructors: Ann Roberts and Barbara Froebel. These two experiened researchers and past presidents of SAGHS will provide 4 consecutive Thursday classes on the 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th of September. These sessions will cover multiple areas of family research to include such topics as immigration, vital records, newspapers, military, timelines, ...
Today's panel presentation offers a different class method to review strategies that one might employ to resolve a brick wall. Due to the responses of our members, the day will be divided into two different presentations. The first session, from 2:00 - 3:45 pm, provides strategies to assist ...