Recorded Break-out Sessions for On-Demand Viewing
 
The following pre-recorded sessions will be available to conference registrants for on-demand viewing from November 1, 2020 through January 31, 2021.
 
  • Immigrant Records, Navigating the National Archives, by Elizabeth Burnes  
  • Female Connections are the Best Road to Success, by Kevin Cassidy
  • Googling Your Genealogy, by Shannon Lewis
  • Discover the Technological Path for Digging Up Your Roots, by Patty Ann Taylor
  • Follow Your Family Through Chain Migration, by Kevin Cassidy
  • 19th Century Quakers in Kansas, by Glenn York
  • Seven Proven Strategies for Identifying Slave Ownership and Reconstructing Families, by Janis Minor Forté (All)
  • Women Writers on the Santa Fe Trail, by Leo Oliva
  • Uncovering Little-Known Native American Records in the National Archives, by Stephen Egbert
  • Who is in Your Ancestor’s F.A.N. Club?, by Shaunese Luthy
  • Using Tree Information Provided by DNA Testing Companies, by Glenn York
  • How Geocoding Transformed My Genealogy Research, by Del Kahre
  • After the Shackles Were Gone, by Jan Kimbrell
  • Before Rosie: The Women of the Great War, by Danni Altman-Newell
  • The Separatist Way, by Don Daniels
  • Kansas City: Adoption Hub of America, by KelLee Parr
  • Your Genealogy Shot List: Photos to Leave for the Future, by Julia Langel
  • Passing on Your Research to the Next Generation, by Del Kahre
  • Getting Ready for Irish Research, by Kevin Cassidy
  • Using Burial Records to Dig Your Family Tree, by Shannon Lewis
  • Finding the Birth Mother - A DNA Case Study, by Glenn York
  • Keeping Track of Your Research Using Research Logs, by Shaunese Luthy
  • Show Me the Records: Researching Your Missouri Ancestors, by Danni Altman-Newell
  • Researching the Digital Library on American Slavery, by Janis Minor Forté