Where did I come from? The Joy of Genealogy
Marist School- 3790 Ashford Dunwoody Road, N.E. Atlanta, Ga. 30319
Instructor: Mrs. Kelley M. Likes
Do you have an interest in family history or genealogy and just did not know where or how to start? Do you have stories to share or boxes of pictures of distant relatives and you do not know what to do with them?’
Session 1: From letters to postcards, marriage certificates to deeds, as a family historian you’ve accumulated plenty of genealogical documents in your research. Then there are family photos: They are among the most precious genealogical treasures—yet you probably have old family photos stuffed in shoeboxes or stored in those “magnetic albums” with the sticky pages (who doesn’t?). Learn to preserve and protect your precious items. Learn how to write and preserve family stories and pictures, including creating Family History books, websites, and blogs.
Session 2: This session cover many aspects of the genealogy spectrum, including research strategies, ethnic heritage, genealogy technology, and U.S. records. Where to look for and find ancestors. Free and not so free places to look. Resources you may or may not have thought of.
Session 3: This session includes ways to keep family history in the family. Family activities to encourage sharing stories and memories. Any remaining time will be dedicated to working on and finishing projects.
Prior to becoming a teacher, Ms. Likes was a professional genealogist. She conducted research in the United States and abroad. She also helped publish family histories with her grandmother. Ms. Likes has been a computer/business education teacher for the past 13 years, and she has taught at the college, high school, and middle school levels.
Early bird registration ended January 15th
Session 1: Monday, January 25 7-9 p.m.
Session 2: Monday, February 1 7-9 p.
Session 3: Monday, February 8 7-9 p.m.
Regular registration: 100.00 per person
For more information and to register- Click HERE