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Saturday, September 26
The Roads We Travel  (Meetings)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online
NOTE: start is Australian Eastern Standard Time zone
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The Central European Interest Group of the Queensland Family History Society presents Peter Row discussing "The Roads We Travel" with the meeting to follow. Visitors are welcome. If you wish to attend, please email: centraleuropean@qfhs.org.au by Thursday 24 September for a link to the session. Website.


Monday, September 28
Researching German-Australian families  (German-Australian G/H Alliance)
12:00 pm to 12:45 pm
Facebook Live
NOTE: Start is Australian Central time zone. (Monday 4:30 a.m. in Berlin, Sunday, 10:30 p.m. in New York, 7:30 pm in Los Angeles)
 
Until the First World War, German speaking people formed the largest group of non-British migrants to Australia, and there are some specific challenges encountered and tips to be used when researching them.This overview will look at where to begin your search in Australia, what language and cultural things to keep in mind, and how to make the leap back to Europe.
 
This is a free webinar with Ben Hollister hosted on Facebook Live by the GAGHA and History Helper. A paid tutorial is available after the free webinar. See details on viewing and participating.



Fall Meeting featuring Teresa Steinkamp McMillin
Saturday, October 3
Fall Meeting featuring Teresa Steinkamp McMillin  (PALAM - Indiana Chapter)
10:00 am to 3:45 pm
Online
NOTE: start is Eastern time zone
 
Teresa Steinkamp McMillin's topics at this day-long seminar will include Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of German Military Records and He Took Her Name: Understanding German Farm Names.
 
Fee. See details and register using attached form


Saturday, October 10
German-Texan Heritage Society Oktoberfest  (Other Meetings)
4:15 pm
Austin, Texas

The biggest littlest Oktoberfest in the world is happening! The GTHS Oktoberfest 2020 will be held at the world famous Amphitheater at Stubb's BBQ, just one block from the German Free School. Reseve a table for 6 and enjoy polka music LIVE and in-person. Seating is very limited, so it’ll be first come first serve. Safety guidelines will be enforced. Complete details here.



Monday, October 12
German migration patterns to Australia  (German-Australian G/H Alliance)
12:00 pm to 12:45 pm
Facebook Live
NOTE: Start is Australian Central time zone. (Monday 4:30 a.m. in Berlin, Sunday, 10:30 p.m. in New York, 7:30 pm in Los Angeles)
 
Until the First World War, German speaking people formed the largest group of non-British migrants to Australia but, reflecting the diverse range of cultures that made up the 'German Nation', they often came for different reasons. This session will look at some of the major waves of German speakers, something that may help you to identify why and from where a migrant arrived.
 
This is a free webinar with Ben Hollister hosted on Facebook Live by the GAGHA and History Helper. A paid tutorial is available after the free webinar. See details (on Facebook) on viewing and participating.


Travel to Germany: the Joy of Discoveries
Thursday, October 15
Travel to Germany: the Joy of Discoveries  (Germanic Genealogy Society -MN)
1:00 pm
Online
NOTE: Start is Central US time zone
 
During the past 25 years Dr. Grams has prepared and conducted many private excursions all over Germany to ancestral homes for groups or individuals. He presents the best of what has happened. Dr. Grams gives advice on how to prepare for a trip to Germany.
 
Germanic Genealogy Society (GGS) is hosting a series of four webinars in English by Wolfgang Grams. He is the founder and owner of "Routes to the Roots, Research and Travel (RsRs)" in Oldenburg, Germany. All researchers are welcome to attend these webinars LIVE at no cost. Register for one or all: https://ggsmn.org/cpage.php?pt=94


Fall 2020 German Genealogical Seminars
Saturday, October 17
Fall 2020 German Genealogical Seminars  (PALAM - Colorado Chapter)
9:30 am to 4:00 pm
Online
NOTE: start is Mountain time zone
 
Part 2 of Fall seminars featuring Kent Robinson. Day-long program includes topics such as German History and Geography and Dies und Das (This and That)—a Variety of Useful Information
 
Fee. Register at https://www.copalam.us/


Fall Chapter meeting (Part 1) with Dr. Michael Lacopo
Saturday, October 17
Fall Chapter meeting (Part 1) with Dr. Michael Lacopo  (PALAM - New York Chapter)
10:45 am
Online
NOTE: Start is Eastern US time zone
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Dr. Lacopo, who has been honing his genealogy research skills since 1980, will present the first of two Saturday seminars for the New York Chapter of Palatines to America. Today's program includes "Methods for Identifying the German Origins of American Immigrants" and "Finding & Using German Church Records." A fee is charged for the two Saturday seminars. Download the attached flyer for details or visit https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/PalAm1710. The second seminar is Saturday, Oct. 24.


Saturday, October 17
German Genealogy Webinar with Dr. Wolfgang Grams  (GIG - Hamilton Co. Ohio (HCGS))
11:00 am
Online
NOTE: start is in the Eastern US time zone
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Dr. Wolfgang Grams from Oldenburg, Germany, will present two seminars virtually for HCGS. Both presentations will be in English. Full details on the attached flyer.
  • Digitization Initiatives in Germany: Resources and Archives
  • The Pursuit of Happiness and the Migration Experience
A fee is charged. To register and pay, https://hcgsohio.org/cpage.php?pt=208


Saturday, October 17 through Sunday, October 18
MAGS 2020 Virtual Fall Conference  (Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society)
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Online
NOTE: start is Eastern US time zone
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The fall conference features Judy G. Russell, a.k.a. The Legal Genealogist. Judy is well known in the genealogical community and is a frequent speaker at society events. She is a genealogist with a law degree who brings an interesting perspective to genealogical research. You can read her biography on her website.
 
The MAGS Fall conference will be presented live via Zoom. a fee is charged; visit the MAGS Store to register online.
 
See the attached doc for details on the four presentations to be offered.
 
 


Swiss and German Research
Wednesday, October 21
Swiss and German Research  (San Diego Gen Soc GIG)
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Online
NOTE: start is Pacific US time zone
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The German Interest Group welcomes Daniel R. Jones, an Accredited Genealogist specializing in Swiss and German research.  He is a research consultant at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City and will give two presentations via Zoom: 
  • Solving Complex Genealogical Problems: The Case of Balthasar Weber
  • Switzerland Court Records: Revealing the Criminal Lives of Johannes Schmutz's Parents
Contact Amy Chidester at gig.sdgs@gmail.com for registration.


Saturday, October 24
Germany Seminar Day October 2020 at FamilySearch  (Seminar)
10:00 am
Online
NOTE: start and all sessions are Mountain time zone
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Spend a day picking up new skills for your German research. Four sessions are offered. Register for for the day: https://churchofjesuschrist.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_UAs7rU-SROuXPL6Be79epA
 
10:00 am: Resources on FamilySeach for German Research and Getting Help (Beginner)
11:15 am: Germany: Historical Geography (Intermediate)
12:45 pm: Württemberg Family Books (Intermediate)
2:00 pm: Using Historical Newspapers to Learn More About Your German Ancestors (Intermediate)
 
 


Saturday, October 24
Fall Chapter meeting (Part 2) with Dr. Michael Lacopo  (PALAM - New York Chapter)
10:45 am
Online
NOTE: Start is Eastern US time zone
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Dr. Lacopo, who has been honing his genealogy research skills since 1980, will present the second of two Saturday seminars for the New York Chapter of Palatines to America. Today's program includes "How to overcome brick walls in German American Research" and the "German Immigrant Experience in the 18th Century." A fee is charged for the two Saturday seminars. Download the attached flyer for details or visit https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/PalAm1710.


2020 German Genealogy Fall Seminars Part 1 with Claire Gebben
Saturday, October 24
2020 German Genealogy Fall Seminars Part 1 with Claire Gebben  (PALAM - Ohio Chapter)
2:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Online
NOTE: Start is Eastern US time zone
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Claire Gebben is the author of a memoir and an historical novel and has had a number of articles published. She will present two porgrams today: "Reading German Handwriting" and "A Hidden Heritage: German Immigrants to America." Part 2 is Saturday, Oct. 31. A fee is charged. Download the attached flyer for details or visit https://oh-palam.org/registernow.php


Saturday, October 24
Virtual Fall Seminar  (Sacramento German Gen. Soc.)
9:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Online
NOTE: start is Pacific time zone
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"The Fantastic Four" from the German team at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City in a FREE virtual seminar.
  • Fritz Juengling Ph.D., AG®; "Resources on FamilySearch for German Research and Getting Help"
  • Daniel Jones MS, AG®; Germany: "Historical Geography"
  • Charlotte Champenois BA; "Württemberg Family Books"
  • Baerbel Johnson BA, AG®; "Using Historical Newspapers to Learn More about Your German Ancestors"
 
See attached flyer for additional information.


Monday, October 26 through Friday, October 30
German Handwriting Seminar  (Seminar)
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Online
NOTE: start is Mountain time zone
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Daniel Jones and Charlotte Champenois of the German Team at FamilySearch will present this week-long seminar for intermediate students. Register here: https://churchofjesuschrist.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CT861zAXRM6_kFpZ0szKjQ


Saturday, October 31
2020 German Genealogy Fall Seminars Part 2 with Claire Gebben  (PALAM - Ohio Chapter)
2:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Online
NOTE: Start is Eastern US time zone
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Claire Gebben is the author of a memoir and an historical novel and has had a number of articles published. She will present two porgrams today: "Creating a Legacy from Family Papers" and "Genealogy For the Record: Writing Memoir and Family Stories." A fee is charged. Download the attached flyer for details or visit https://oh-palam.org/registernow.php



Monday, November 9 through Friday, November 13
Latin handwriting seminar  (Seminar)
10:00 am to 11:00 am
Online
NOTE: start is Mountain time zone
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Fritz Juengling of the FamilySearch German team will teach this week-long seminar for intermediate students. Register here:



Friday, July 16, 2021 through Sunday, July 18, 2021
2021 International German Genealogy Conference  (Conference)
Sharonville Convention Center, Cincinnati, Ohio
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.