Find Your Heritage, Origins and Family History Finding Ancestors Celebrates Six Years in the Inland Northwest
Let's Do Genealogy For A Cause
The 5-month Workshop Series is Albion’s Seed Along the Appalachian Trail at Post Falls Library, and a Virtual Genealogy Hike following Chip Dennison's 2,200-mile trek from Georgia to Maine. We support Chip in raising awareness for mental health and money for the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.
Join Finding Ancestors FaceBook Group for a Virtual Experience of the Appalachinan Trail. See dates below for the Post Falls Library Workshops.
Saturday, May 26th Digging Family Roots: DNA, Genetic Identity and Genealogy
Saturday, June 30th Scaling Mountains Across the USA: Online and Off-line Resources
Saturday, July 28th Climbing YOUR Family Tree: One Branch at a Time
Saturday, Aug 25th Crossing Borders: Ancestors We Didn't Know We Had
Saturday, Sept 22th Mapping Your Ancestors’ Religion and Politics
Join Kim Morgan and Sandy Doutre for a virtual genealogy hike of the Appalachian Trail. You will find your ancestors in their migrations routes and along pioneer paths. We will follow Chip Dennison on his 2,200-mile trek from Georgia to Maine. We support his personal campaign is to raise awareness for mental health and money for the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.
This 5-month series will take you step-by-step through the arduous paper trail from gathering documents to locating your ancestors from Georgia to New England and beyond. This includes using Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.org, and free sites to access vital records, passenger lists, church records, and connect with your DNA cousins.
No textbook is required; however, David Hackett Fischer’s Albion's Seed: Four British Folkways in America details our ancestral migrations to pioneer settlements in the New World.
Free and Open to the Public Meet at Post Falls Library 821 N Spokane St, Post Falls