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Thursday, June 3
How to Save Your Research from Destruction & Ensure Its Future Survival  (Webinars)
8:00 pm
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Lisa Louise Cooke "How to Save Your Research from Destruction & Ensure Its Future Survival"
Lisa Louise Cooke
Family History Keynote Speaker, & Media Producer
Author of The Genealogist's Google Toolbox, 3rd Edition
 
Don’t let your lifetime of genealogy research end up in the landfill!  Lisa Louise Cooke  will teach you the 7 key strategies to securing the future of your research including designating a  “research keeper,” setting up a Genealogy Materials Directive, and making donations with a Deed of Gift.  Don’t miss this class – your family research legacy depends on it!
 


Thursday, June 24
No Stone Left Unturned: Looking (Nearly) Everywhere for Johann Schmidt’s Birthplace  (Webinars)
8:00 pm
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Diane Schmidt  "No Stone Left Unturned: Looking (Nearly) Everywhere for Johann Schmidt’s Birthplace"
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Diane Schmidt is Library Chair for GGS and a frequent workshop and conference speaker.
 
Finding an emigrant ancestor’s birthplace is one of the most critical requirements for doing Germanic genealogy, but can be difficult to do. Building on her February 2021 Webinar, “Seeking Johann Schmidt”, Diane Schmidt uses her ancestor’s case to demonstrate ways to find a German birthplace, using both typical genealogical sources and some more unusual options. More than 20 potential sources will be covered.
 



Saturday, July 17
German Language Study Group  (GGS Study Group)
10:00 am
MGC, 1385 Mendota Heights Road Suite 100, Mendota Heights, MN
At this open group meeting, we try to help each other read the old German Script, while sharpening our own skills. Please bring any images you'd like help with on a flash drive so we can project it on a TV or screen.
All meetings are at MGC, but the room we use may vary.



Saturday, August 21
German Language Study Group  (GGS Study Group)
10:00 am
MGC, 1385 Mendota Heights Road Suite 100, Mendota Heights, MN
At this open group meeting, we try to help each other read the old German Script, while sharpening our own skills. Please bring any images you'd like help with on a flash drive so we can project it on a TV or screen.
All meetings are at MGC, but the room we use may vary.



Saturday, September 18
German Language Study Group  (GGS Study Group)
10:00 am
MGC, 1385 Mendota Heights Road Suite 100, Mendota Heights, MN
At this open group meeting, we try to help each other read the old German Script, while sharpening our own skills. Please bring any images you'd like help with on a flash drive so we can project it on a TV or screen.
All meetings are at MGC, but the room we use may vary.



Saturday, October 16
German Language Study Group  (GGS Study Group)
10:00 am
MGC, 1385 Mendota Heights Road Suite 100, Mendota Heights, MN
At this open group meeting, we try to help each other read the old German Script, while sharpening our own skills. Please bring any images you'd like help with on a flash drive so we can project it on a TV or screen.
All meetings are at MGC, but the room we use may vary.



Saturday, November 20
German Language Study Group  (GGS Study Group)
10:00 am
MGC, 1385 Mendota Heights Road Suite 100, Mendota Heights, MN
At this open group meeting, we try to help each other read the old German Script, while sharpening our own skills. Please bring any images you'd like help with on a flash drive so we can project it on a TV or screen.
All meetings are at MGC, but the room we use may vary.



Saturday, December 18
German Language Study Group  (GGS Study Group)
10:00 am
MGC, 1385 Mendota Heights Road Suite 100, Mendota Heights, MN
At this open group meeting, we try to help each other read the old German Script, while sharpening our own skills. Please bring any images you'd like help with on a flash drive so we can project it on a TV or screen.
All meetings are at MGC, but the room we use may vary.