Friday, 12 July 2019

In Search of Your Scottish Ancestors: British Institute




I will be teaching the Scottish course at this year's British Institute in Salt Lake City. The Institute allows for an intense week of learning and research. The classroom experience is in the morning followed by an afternoon, early evening of research at the Family History Library.

The course will cover the following topics over the course of the week:

·         Researching Scottish Ancestors – The Basics
·         Breaking Through Brick Walls
·         Online and Offline Resources for Scottish Research
·         Genealogy Resources in Scottish Archives (NRS, Local and University)
·         Genealogy Gems in Scottish Libraries
·         Mapping Your Scottish Ancestors
·         Those Poor Daft Scots – Poor Law and Asylum Records
·         Researching Scottish Occupations
·         Researching Scottish Criminal Ancestors
·         The Highland Clearances – Before and After
·         Settling in America
·         Settling in Canada
·         Hudson's Bay Ancestors and Metis resources
·         British Home Children and Farm Servants
·         Customs, Superstitions and Traditions
·         Preparing for a Genealogy Research Trip to Scotland

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