Following the success of How to find your relatives in the 1940 US Census, we invite you to register for our next webinar: "Family Tree Builder: Tips and tricks to make family history research easier." The webinar will take place on Thursday, May 17 at 2pm EDT*.
Want to learn the tricks of the trade from our MyHeritage experts? In this session, we’ll discuss:
• Building or importing a family tree
• Tips to help you improve your research
• Sharing information with other family members
MyHeritage's free software - Family Tree Builder - is perfect for creating family trees, adding photos and optionally publishing to the Web for sharing with family members with full privacy control including preventing online publishing of specific people, specific notes, specific facts or certain facts for all people.
Laurence Harris and Mark Olsen will take you step-by-step through researching the census. They’ll demonstrate how to find the people you’re looking for and how to understand the records you find.
We’ll also look at other methods to help reveal records such as using city directories or converting previous census EDs, how to decipher the information and follow clues for further research.
A question-and-answer session with our expert panel - also including Daniel Horowitz and Schelly Talalay Dardashti - will follow.
We’ve also updated our MyHeritage Mobile App so you can search the census on-the-go.
Register for the webinar.
* Time Zones:
London, UK 7pm
New York, 2pm
Salt Lake City, 12 noon
Los Angeles, 11am
Do you have any questions you'd like answered? Put them in the comments below, and we'll address them during the webinar.
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We look forward to seeing you online.