Researching New York City Resources Remotely

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Join the German Genealogy Group for, "Researching New York City Resources Remotely" with presenter Jordan Auslander. As the cosmopolitan gateway to the United States, New York City has always been a magnet for immigrants. Throughout the United States an estimated 40 million can trace roots to an ancestor who lived in Brooklyn. While many families passed through or settled in Gotham, not all family members came to the US, and some of those who remained in Europe and elsewhere may have lost contact with their American cousins. While on-site research is the optimal approach to research, this is not always convenient or feasible. Nevertheless, much can be accomplished in advance or in lieu of physical travel. Components of New York City family history can be identified without setting foot on Broadway using a broad array of free and subscription internet sites as well as some conventional sources. These resources will be evaluated in the context of the questions and needs of lecture participants.

An Orientation session for beginners and newcomers will be held at 7 PM and the regular meeting will start at 7:30.

GGG members and guests will have access to the building beginning at 6:30 PM.

When: 
Thursday, March 1, 2012 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Venue: 
Hicksville VFW Hall-Post 3211 320 South Broadway (Route 107) Hicksville, New York 11801
Sponsor: 
The German Genealogy Group