Jumping the Pond in the 19th Century: 19th Century Immigration from Europe to North America
Speaker: Nick Cimino
July 26, 2016 @ 6:30 to 8:30
Census Hurdles: Tips for Jumping over Research Barriers Class
Registration is now open for our Census Hurdles: Tips for Jumping over Research Barriers class taught by Cari Taplin, CGSM. The class will be held on Saturday, August 13. For more information and registration, go to AGS Class: Census Hurdles: Tips for Jumping over Research Barriers
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Now is a great time! Dues for new members are now half-price for the rest of the 2016 membership year. Come on and join us! Remember, you do not need to have Texas ancestors to join. Many of us don’t. We all share a love for genealogy and learning. Use coupon code NEW2016 to receive your discount. Join AGS.
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Intermediate Concepts (or a Refresher) in Genealogy 10:30 am
Intermediate Concepts (or a Refresher) in Genealogy @ Yarborough Branch, Austin Public Library
Jul 9 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Intermediate Concepts in Genealogy Learn intermediate research concepts such as the FAN Club principle (Friends, Associates, Neighbors) also called “cluster research,” using maps to understand and analyze your research, and will conclude with a case (more...)
AGS DNA Special Interest Group 6:15 pm
AGS DNA Special Interest Group @ Howson Branch Library - Austin Public Library
Jul 18 @ 6:15 pm – 8:30 pm
Topic(s): Developing a DNA Testing Plan The Austin Genealogical Society DNA SIG meeting in July will be a discussion on developing a DNA testing plan. Which testing suite and for which individual(s) depends on the (more...)
AGS Monthly Meeting – July 2016 6:30 pm
AGS Monthly Meeting – July 2016 @ Highland Park Baptist Church
Jul 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Jumping the Pond in the 19th Century: 19th Century Immigration from Europe to North America Nick Cimino will summarize of the history of immigration to the American colonies and the U.S. He will then focus (more...)