Saturday, June 29 at 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Traveling for Genealogy Come away from class with road-tested resources and easy tips to capture valuable data. Whether you are traveling with a suitcase to the Kentucky home place or relaxing in your armchair on a virtual tour researching Irish ancestors, this workshop offers you a road map to keeping a travel log and journaling your family history.
You can download the handout directly to your devise.
Free and Open to the Public Meet at Post Falls Library 821 N Spokane St, Post Falls
For seven years, Kim Morgan has taught Ancestral Studies presented as a highly praised series of workshops. Her success has led to many beginners and advanced learners researching and finding their ancestors.
Widely experienced in the fields of genealogy, Internet research and teaching, Kim holds both an MA/English & MA/Teaching. At the age of thirteen, she recorded oral history from both her grandmothers, and began the search for her ancestors and their stories.
As an English professor at Gonzaga University and NIC, she has taught memoir writing and creative nonfiction for family historians. Her special interests are Colonial America and Internet research.
Adjunct Instructor at NIC, she has taught creative writing for family historians. Her special interests are Colonial America and Internet research.