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What's New and Exciting at MyHeritage
Sunday, September 22
What's New and Exciting at MyHeritage  (GSWC Meetings - Programs)
1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Online via Zoom
Daniel Horowitz. speaker
 
MyHeritage is at the forefront of innovation in genealogy and is constantly introducing new and exciting features to help users take their research to the next level. In this session, Daniel will give a detailed walkthrough of the latest and greatest from MyHeritage and show you how to make the most of these features. On the way, he’ll give you a peek behind the scenes at how they were developed.


Form and Content in German Church Records
Sunday, September 22
Form and Content in German Church Records  (GSWC Meetings - Classes)
3:15 pm to 4:30 pm
Online via Zoom
Roger P. Minert, instructor
 
This presentation includes a short history of the keeping of church records in the German-language countries in Europe, as well as in specific German provinces since 1490. Church and state regulations regarding the keeping of church records are discussed. A case study is demonstrated based on a typical parish in Württemberg with records from 1562 to 1876.



Michigan in 1950 - Painting the Picture of Michigan Based on 1950 Census Results
Sunday, October 27
Michigan in 1950 - Painting the Picture of Michigan Based on 1950 Census Results  (GSWC Meetings - Programs)
1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Online via Zoom
Scott Norrick, speaker
 
Data from the US Census can reveal a lot of interesting information about a community. In this presentation, Scott Norrick will reveal his findings and insights from reviewing and analyzing US Census data for Michigan from the 1950 Census. 


Fire, Water, and the 1890 U.S. Census: Researching Beyond the Ashes and Mold
Sunday, October 27
Fire, Water, and the 1890 U.S. Census: Researching Beyond the Ashes and Mold  (GSWC Meetings - Classes)
3:15 pm to 4:30 pm
Online via Zoom
Elizabeth Williams Gomoll, CG, instructor
 
Most genealogists are aware the 1890 federal census was destroyed in a fire in 1921. Learn the story behind this historical and genealogical tragedy and how to work around the loss of that precious record.