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Two-Day Irish Genealogy Workshop Webinar and Handouts – Motivation Monday

Irish Genealogy: Resources for Success!
Wednesday, March 15, 2017

All webinars airing in Central Standard Time!

09:30 a.m.  Introduction to Irish and Scots-Irish Research & Irish Education and School Records

11:30 a.m. Gravestone Inscriptions and Newspapers as Sources for Irish Research

1:30 p.m. Sources Available for Irish Research by County & Introduction to Archives in Ireland

3:30 p.m. Using the Registry of Deeds, with a Short Introduction to Irish wills

Famine Era Records and Emigration
Thursday, March 16, 2017

All webinars airing in Central Standard Time!

09:30 a.m. The Great Famine in Ireland, 1845–51: A Brief Historical Overview

10:50 a.m. Emigration from Ireland to North America: An Overview and The Great Famine in Ireland: Sources for Research Part 1

2:00 p.m. The Great Famine in Ireland: Sources for Research Part 2 and Emigration from Ireland to North America: Strategies for Researching Emigrant Ancestors 

Dear webinar watchers, if you’re joining us online for the live or a recorded version of our broadcast, Please make a donation to the Ulster Historical Foundation to support their genealogical projects and programming.  A donation of $5-$20 is not required to participate, but is greatly appreciated by the Ulster Historical Foundation!  The donation site is powered by PayPal, and you have the ability to donate without creating an account by checking out as a ‘guest’.

Downloadable Handouts for Two-Day Irish Genealogy Workshop 2017
ulster-historical-foundation-historical_timeline (Available In Person At Workshop)
timeline-for-the-plantation-of-ulster (Available In Person At Workshop)

See you at the Library!

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