|Verna Hazelbaker, President, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Sacramento Company, |
shown helping an attendee with an internet search
|Pamela Dallas presenting her class on cemetery research.|
Pamela also presented a class about finding female ancestors.
|Glenda Lloyd presenting at her class on using vital records. \|
Glenda also prented a class about how to begin your genealogy.
|Cath Madden Trindle presented a class about researching California|
using the csga.com website and about researching with Google
|Pardon my embarrassment - I don't know the names of each of these |
Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society members...help!
|From the left, Pat Hutchings (Sacramento Historic City Cemetery); Nancy Lenoil, State Archivist;|
Verna Hazelbaker and Roberta Tanner (Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Sacramento Company)
|Katherine Weedman Cox (Cox Black and White Lab)|
helping an attendee with photographic preservation questions
|This good-natured "Genealogist's Mate" came with his wife and sat in back while she attended class.|
Denise Richmond "deputized" him once to guard the coveted handouts until ready for dispersing.
By the way, 'thanks again'!
|John Jay (center) (Workshop Facilitator, Root Cellar Sacramento Genealogical Society) |
answers questions after his presentation about the very basics of DNA testing for genealogy.
|Sebastian Nelson (r) and another archivist at the State Archives caught in the act of helping an attendee. |
Sebastian also presented a class on heraldry and led a tour of the State Archives.
|Contact the Paradise Genealogical Society (pargenso.org) for copies of this comic book,|
a fun tool for introducing youth to genealogy
|Barbara Leak presented a class about getting and keeping genealogical research organized.|
Barbara also presented a class was about evidence, ensuring your facts are proven.
|Melinda Kashuba, shown here with an attendee, presented a class about using maps in genealogical research.|
Melinda also presented a class about Civil War genealogy.