Using Military Records for Family History Research; Evaluation Genealogical Evidence; and Breaking through Brick Walls
*Military records may contain much genealogical information. Learn how to research the military service of your ancestors from home via the Internet and databases, ordering records by mail, and other methods.
*Sometimes you’ll find conflicts between different pieces of information about the same event. How do you resolve these conflicts?
*Inevitably, a genealogist will encounter brick walls on some lines. Learn some of the methods you can use to break through these walls.
Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer has a master’s degree in library science and graduate certificate in archives. She started doing genealogical research in 1979, and has been a Vice-Chairman for Lineage Research in New York State for the NSDAR since 2013. She belongs to several genealogical societies. Her training as a librarian helps in developing talks about research for genealogists.
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