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Linda Woodward Geiger
Certified Genealogical Records SpecialistSM
Certified Genealogical LecturerSM

 

Training Schedule

Linda Woodward Geiger will be presenting at the following genealogical and historical events.  

17 July 2003
Central Georgia Genealogical Society, Meeting Flint Electric Building, 1600 Elberta Road, Warner Robins, Georgia

TBA

19 July 2003
Clarke-Oconee Genealogical Society, Athens, Georgia

"Palelography" (2 hour workshop)

3-6 September 2003
FGS/FSGS 2003 Conference, Orlando, Florida

"Blank or Prize: What You Need to Know about Georgia's Land Lotteries"
"Using Tax Lists to Help Solve Genealgoical Problems"
"World War I Records: Federal and Local"
"An Overview of the Records at the National Archives-Southeast Region"

5-10 October
RIGS Allliance Workshop, Georgia Archives, Morrow, Georgia

A week-long series of interactive learning sessions and hands-on research focusing on original documents and manuscripts at regional archives. The workshops will provide opportunities for researchers to gain knowledge and skills related to access, evaluation, and the use of a wider variety of records

26-31 October
RIGS Allliance Workshop, National Archives-Southwest Region, Fort Worth, Texas

A week-long series of interactive learning sessions and hands-on research focusing on original documents and manuscripts at regional archives. The workshops will provide opportunities for researchers to gain knowledge and skills related to access, evaluation, and the use of a wider variety of records

8 November 2003
Atlanta History Centery, McElreath Hall at the AHC.

Computers, the Internet, and Genealogy

6 March 2004
Georgia Genealogical Society, Morrow, Ga.

Proving Cherokee Ancestry

Previous Engagements

15 February 2003
NGS Regional Conference, on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
"On-line Genealogy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
"Me and My Laptop:

22 February 2003
Indian River Genealogical Society, Vero Beach, Florida

"Blank or Prize: What You Need to Know about Georgia's Land Lotteries"
"Estate Records: More than Just Wills"
"When There's Not a Will There Is a Way"
"On-line Genealogy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"

15 March 2003
Tallahassee Genealogical Society
, Tallahassee, Florida

"Armchair Research"
"Documentation: Never Having to Ask, 'Where Did That Come From'"
"When There's Not a Will There Is a Way: Using Other Records to Prove Relationships"
"Using Deeds to Solve Genealogical Problems"

22 March 2003
Fairfax Genealogical Society Conference , Fairfax County, Virginia

"Genealogy for Novices: Where Do We Begin?"
"On-line Genealogy: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly"

27 March 2003
Fairfax Genealogical Society, Fairfax County, Virginia

"Documentation: Never Having To Say, 'Where Did That Come From?'"

24-26 Apr 2003
Ohio Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio

"Hands On! Transcribing and Abstracting Documents" (2 hours)
"World War I Records"

3 May 2003
Olympia Genealogical Society, Olympia, Washington

"Overview of Land Distribution in Colonial New England"
"Using Land Records to Solve Genealogical Problems"
"Using New England Town Reocrds to Reconstruct Families"
"Accessing New England Recprds from Afar"

28-31 May 2003
National Genealogical Society Conference in the States, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

"It's In Black & White: Using Newspapers to Enhance Genealogical Research"
"Treasures among the Deeds: More than Land Descriptions"
" Tips & Tricks for Preparing Power Point Presentations"(sponsored by the Genealogical Speakers Guild)

8-13 June 2003
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama

"Client Research: The Report" (Course 5: Genealogy as a Profession)
"Designing a Professional Website" (Course 5: Genealogy as a Profession)

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