Anchorage Genealogical Society seminar meets via Zoom, Oct. 2
September 1, 2021 | View PDF
Anchorage Genealogical Society holds its fall seminar Oct. 2, virtually via Zoom this year. The seminar will be led by Lisa Alzo, a freelance writer, instructor and internationally recognized lecturer specializing in Slovak/Eastern European genealogical research, writing family histories, and using the internet to trace female and immigrant ancestors. She is the author of nine books and numerous magazine articles.
Seminar sessions will include “10 Ways to Jump Start your Eastern European Research”; “Immigrant Cluster Communities: Past, Present and Future”; “Make Those Skeletons Dance”; “Show Don’t Tell: Creative Non-Fiction Writing for Genealogists”.
Attendance is free for AGS members and non-members can register for just $20.
Visit http://www.anchoragegenealogy.org for more information and to download a seminar registration form.