[ November 18, 2012; 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. ] Join the Catholic Record Society as Don Schlegel, Vice Chairman and Editor, will make a presentation on his current research into “The Extended Kin of General Phil Sheridan” and the resources and methods available for such a study. Several months ago he became discouraged at seeing that seemingly every Sheridan in the country claims to [...]
[ April 16, 2011; 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm. 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. ] Ohio’s political and military importance to the Union victory is widely known, but what about the vital contribution made by the state’s female population? Join us to explore their wartime activities on the home front, focusing largely on the Soldiers Aid Societies and the Sanitary Fairs in Cleveland and Cincinnati.
The 7th Quaker Genealogy & History [...]
Oberlin: “How to Be a Good Ancestor: Collecting and Preserving Your Family History, Stories, Photographs, and Artifacts”By cmccune, posted on November 1st, 2010.
[ November 13, 2010; 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. ] The Oberlin Heritage Center is offering an introductory workshop addressing proper care of artifacts and photographs as well as guidance on family genealogy and oral history.
A two-part workshop, and participants may register for one or the other, or both sessions. Full day participants also may take part in an optional individual follow-up consultation with presenters. [...]
Footnote.com is offering free access to its U.S. Civil War collection this month.
Footnote is an online records service and has accumulated over 30 million documents with the help of the U.S. National Archives. Records include Union and Confederate soldier service records, soldiers’ and widows’ pension files, amnesty papers, Southern Claims Commission records, emancipation documents [...]