2022 NCGS Virtual Conference Recordings

The first link below is for the Handouts page for the Virtual Conference. Each video page will also have a link to the handout for that video.
Following are links to the pages for individual recordings, in alphabetical order.
Click on the title to open. Each page will require the password provided to registrants via email.

Access Handouts for all 2022 Virtual Conference webinars.

“”An Exact List of Inhabitants”: Early Colonial Census Records in North Carolina” – J. Mark Lowe, FUGA

“Cluster Genealogy: Filling in the Details That Can Find the Answer” – Barbara Vines Little, CG®

“Death Records by a Different Name” – Diane L. Richard

“Genealogical Proof for the Everyday Genealogist” – Annette Burke Lyttle

“Surname Distribution Maps: A Valuable Tool for Genealogical Research” – Bernard Meisner

“The Ten Percent: Free People of Color” – Nicka Sewell-Smith

“Voices from the Past: Using Manuscript Collections” – Deborah A. Abbott, PhD

“Your Y-DNA Results – What They Mean and How to Get the Most from Them” – Janine Cloud