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Recorded Webinar with Diane L. Richard

The North Carolina Genealogical Society is delighted to present:
Diane L. Richard

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“Online Resources are Key to Successful Research into North Carolinian Ancestry”

This recorded Webinar will be freely available to the public from from midnight Thursday night through midnight Sunday night (EDT), 5-7 April 2019. (The live webinar was originally presented on 17 Feb 2017.)

The handout for this presentation is only available to logged-in members, and is accessible on the main Webinars page. (On the top menu, under Education & Events, select Webinars to go to the main webinars page. The box at the top right of that page has a link to “Member Webinar Handouts”, which is arranged in alphabetical order.) This webinar is always available to members in the Member Webinars area of the website. Each members’ webinar page also has a direct link to the handout.

About the Webinar: Whether devising a research plan for an in-person visit or determining what records are extant and how you can access them, some Internet-based homework will prove valuable. Learn about the myriad online resources created by the State Archives of North Carolina, the State Library of North Carolina, and affiliate North Carolina institutions, which you will want to consult before you ever set foot in Raleigh to research your North Carolinian ancestors.

About the Speaker: Diane L. Richard is a professional genealogist and owner of Mosaic Research and Project Management. She has been doing genealogy research since 1987 and since 2004 has focused on the records of North Carolina, including African American (and slave) research.
As a speaker, Diane has participated in events, conferences, and webinars around the country. In addition to southern research topics, her talks focus on sharing tips, tools, techniques, databases, resources, and strategies for successful genealogical research.
Diane is a member of the national and local chapters of the Association of Professional Genealogists and the Genealogical Speakers Guild. She is the editor of the NCGS Journal, the journal of the North Carolina Genealogical Society, and Wake Treasures, the journal of the Wake County Genealogical Society. She is a regular contributor to Internet Genealogy and Your Genealogy Today (previously Family Chronicle) magazines.

This webinar is always accessible on the website to NCGS members as a member benefit.

Downloadable/printable pdf Flyer for this webinar.