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Tag: Vermont Genealogy Library

‘Getting Evernote Off the Ground’
Using DNA networks
Research tools at GenealogyQuebec.com
Basic French for translation and travel
Annual genealogy conference
Genealogy program
Orphan Train Riders
Program on Orphan Train riders
‘Brick Walls Solved: 4 Case Studies’
Scottish genealogy research
Using city directories to solve genealogical mysteries
Researching Your Irish Ancestors 
Italian Family Research
Mastering Search at AmericanAncestors.org
Using FamilySearch.org
DNA Testing Basics  
Genealogy program
Finding ancestors
Books for French-Canadian research
Genealogy: How to earn an historic pin
Introduction to DNA testing
Using Family Tree Maker 2017
Using FamilySearch.org
Beginning Genealogy
Vermont Genealogy Library open house
Vermont Genealogy Library
‘Favorite Tricks for Organizing Your Research’

Favorite Tricks for Organizing Your Research     April 28, 2018 One challenge all genealogists [...]

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How to Plan a Research Trip

How to Plan a Research Trip     April 21, 2018 COLCHESTER--Contrary to popular opinion, not all [...]

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Using FamilySearch.org 

Using FamilySearch.org     April 14, 2018    Marcie Crocker The Family History Library is the [...]

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Using FamilySearch.org

COLCHESTER-- The Family History Library is the largest genealogical repository in the world, and [...]

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Finding the Stories of Your French-Canadian Ancestors

Finding the Stories of Your French-Canadian Ancestors     April 7, 2018    Lynn Johnson You might [...]

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Genealogy program

Tips for Scaling Brick Walls     March 24, 2018      Panel discussion Sometimes our genealogy [...]

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Using Facebook for Genealogy

COLCHESTER--Using Facebook for Genealogy is the topic of a March 17 talk by Maureen O’Brien at the [...]

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Researching Irish ancestors

COLCHESTER--As part of the 2018 Burlington Irish Heritage Festival, the Vermont Genealogy Library [...]

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Genealogy of Jeffrey Brace

COLCHESTER--The Genealogy of Jeffrey Brace: Slave and Revolutionary War Soldier   will be the topic [...]

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