Patrons have opportunity to use Ancestry.com, Library Edition, to further their family research and share strategies for overcoming "brick walls."
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Adult Program - History & Genealogy
Patrons will have the opportunity to use the librarys computers to search the Ancestry Library Edition and other online resources to research their family trees.
Librarian Neil OShea and patrons share their recent efforts with time available to search Ancestry.com (library edition) and Heritage Quest also available remotely to Niles library cardholders
Patrons have an oportunity to research their family trees using the library's Ancestry Library edition database and other online resources.
Lecturer and author Steve Szabados reviews tools and methods to save and organize ones findings. Steve is the author of Polish Genealogy: Four Steps to Success and Write Your Family History: Easy Steps to Organize, Save and Share. Steve will also take questions from patrons who may have reached a dead end.
After a short review of updates to Ancestry® Library Edition, patrons will have ample opportunity to continue their own search for ancestors using the library's resources.
After a short introduction to FamilySearch.org, patrons will have the opportunity to use the librarys computers to search the Ancestry Library Edition and other online resources.
Forensic genealogist and author, Marsha Peterson-Maass explains the three types of commercial DNA tests and the options for networking to find kinship matches.
Veterans of the conflict recall their experiences and contributions to the founding of today's vital nation of South Korea. This event is co-sponsored with the Korean Keumsil Cultural Society and is presented in conjunction with the ongoing Remembering the Korean War Exhibition.
Formal opening of 3rd Floor Exhibition is co-sponsored with the Korean Keumsil Cultural Society. The exhibition posters are drawn from the private collection of Mr. Jin Lee.