|Posted By:||Paul - Genealogy.com Support|
|Subject:||April 20 - "Getting Beyond the Courthouse Door"|
|Post Date:||February 22, 2002 at 14:34:08|
|Forum:||Upcoming Genealogy Events Forum|
"Getting Beyond the Courthouse Door"
April 20, 2002 — Chicago, Illinois
The Friends of Genealogy's Fourth Annual Workshop in Memory of Barbara Stenger Berditt, "Getting Beyond the Courthouse Door" will be held at The Newberry Library. In this all-day workshop, Michael John Neill presents four talks: "Researching the Entire Family," "An Introduction to the Courthouse," "Court Records," and "Land Records." Neill, an experienced courthouse, library and archive researcher, is on staff at the Genealogical Institute of Mid America and writes a weekly column for the Ancestry Daily News. Tony Hoskins, former Local and Family History Reference Librarian at the Newberry, is now head of Genealogy, History, and Archives at the Sonoma County Library. He will present a keynote address on the impact of genealogy on a person's life. For inquiries or reservations, call (312) 255-3510. Reservations required.