This Month at the Colorado Genealogical Society
15 November 2013
Breaking through Brick Walls with Reason and Logic
Presented by Greg Liverman, Ph.D.
With over forty years working as a journalist, scientist and manager, Greg has traced ancestors using techniques that he developed to resolve conflicting information.
A simple method can be applied to discover unknown relatives and evaluate whether other families are related to yours. This method can be used when direct evidence is not available. Real examples are presented.
GEM Session: Sandy Ronayne will give a short talk about the Josh Taylor (from Genealogy Roadshow) seminar she recently attended.
Special Interest Class
16 November 2013
Path to the Past Using Periodical Literature in Gemealogical Research
Presented by Diane Barbour
Computer Interest Group Meeting
11 November 2013
Social Media: Coffee Explains it All!
Presented by Jen Baldwin
Genealogist and family historian Jen Baldwin is the creator of Ancestral Jouneys, #genchat, and Conference Keepers. She is co-chair of the NexGen Genealogy Network with D. Joshua Taylor com
Understand the basics of social media, and the various platforms available, through coffee. Discuss the purpose, uses and best practices over a cup.
Discussion before Presentation: Putting Your Family Tree Online, or Not!?
Nothing This Month
Reminders or Special Announcements
Colorado Marriages, 1858-1939
This immensely popular and useful CGS/DPL statewide index to Colorado marriages, previously available only on CD-ROM sold by the Society, is now available for free on the Denver Public Library website. Check it out at Colorado Marriages, 1858-1939.