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DNA SIG via Zoom Virtual Meeting
Wednesday, May 25
DNA SIG via Zoom Virtual Meeting  (DNA Special Interest Group)
1:30 pm to 3:30 pm
Virtual Meeting using Zoom
Co-hosted by Arlene Bird and Carolyn Gornowicz.
Discussion item is TBD
 
We are using the Zoom Virtual Meeting app to hold these meetings and you can only join the meeting by using a link provided by the host.  You can request an invitation by contacting :  info@pastfindersslc.org with DNA SIG as the Subject



Saturday, June 4
Summer Conference with Janet Hovorka and Debbie Wilson Smyth  (Special Events)
8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Virtual
Pastfinders Summer eConference
Dancing Through the Documents 
Register HERE
Early Bird Registration of $19.00 will continue until May 20th, then the regular price of $24.00 will be in effect.  Non-members can combine the eConference and Pastfinders membership for an additional $10.00 for a single membership or $12.50 for a dual membership.
 
09:15 First Speaker - Janet Hovorka
           TOPIC: 6 Steps to Choreograph Your Research Across the Internet
Learn how to correlate your research between the big family history sites.
 
10:45 Second Speaker – Debbie Wilson Smyth
           TOPIC: Discovering the hidden information that we overlook in census records from the 1790 census to the1950 census.
 
1:00   Afternoon Workshop with Debbie Wilson Smyth
           TOPIC: Indirectly Evident
When no known records exist to identify the parents of an individual, a researcher may utilize indirect evidence to build a proof argument. This workshop offers a case study into the use of indirect evidence to identify the parents of William Graham of Meigs County, Ohio. Debbie will then utilize information provided by conference attendees to demonstrate the use of indirect evidence.