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Colorado Chapter Fall Seminar: Researching your German Families
Saturday, October 7
Colorado Chapter Fall Seminar: Researching your German Families  (PalAm Other Chapters)
11:30 am to 6:00 pm
In Person or Via Zoom
Michael Lacopo, DVM, will present four programs of great interest to people researching their German families:
  1. The German Immigrant Experience in the 18th Century.
  2. How to Overcome Brick Wall, 19th and 20th Centuries.
  3. Methods for Identifying the German Origins of American Immigrants.
  4. Finding and Using German Church Records.

Pennsylvania Chapter Fall Seminar and Annual Meeting
Saturday, October 14
Pennsylvania Chapter Fall Seminar and Annual Meeting  (PA PalAm Events)
1:00 pm
Via Zoom
Join us for the PA Chapter’s annual meeting and fall seminar!
We will start with two presentations by Justin Houser: Using Pennsylvania Land and Tax Records and The Pennsylvania Germans: Hardly a Monolithic People. Each session will last approximately one-hour with a brief break between. Download the flyer for more information about our speaker and his topics. Our annual meeting will convene at the conclusion of the second session (around 3:15 PM). This event is FREE to all.
Register here.

Indiana Chapter Fall Seminar: German Research Strategies
Saturday, October 28
Indiana Chapter Fall Seminar: German Research Strategies  (PalAm Other Chapters)
10:15 am to 4:15 pm
In Person and Via Zoom
Indiana Chapter Fall Meeting Featured Speaker Dana Palmer will present German Research Strategies in four sessions:
  1. Useful Tools for Those with German Ancestry: You don’t have to be a German expert to read your German ancestor's records. Come learn the tricks to be successful.
  2. Finding Your German Ancestor’s Place of Origin: Where did my Germans come from? Learn how to determine your ancestor’s place of origin using auswanderungen and other helpful records.
  3. Finding German Records Using FamilySearch: Many German records can be found on FamilySearch. Come learn how to find and unlock these treasures and connect your family
  4. Uncovering Immigrant Origins Through Cluster Research (Case Study): Descendants of an early Ohio family had no idea of their origins. Following an associated family brought success, even after wading into foreign-language documents