Genealogy Computer Workshops
14 April 2007
Preserving & Publishing Your Research
Two separate sessions
Michael John Neill
Co-sponsored by the
We will be having a morning and an afternoon session. You do not need to register for both sessions.
Register only for the session you wish to attend. There is a discount for those who attend both sessions and St. Charles County Genealogical Society members who attend.
Publishing and Preserving from 8:30 a.m. until 12:00 noon.
This presentation will discuss ways to use the Internet effectively to promote your own research and research interests, in an attempt to contact other family members and fellow researchers. The remaining time will be devoted to computer methods of publishing and preserving your genealogical compilations for future generations of researchers. Pros and cons of various digital and print publication methods will be discussed.
DeedMapper from 1:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Discussed will be data entry, basic transcription of a metes and bounds description, making plats “fit,” and managing larger projects. Those attending this workshop should have a working knowledge of land records and have encountered metes and bounds descriptions in their genealogical research.
Michael John Neill is a columnist for Ancestry.com, has led
research trips to
Lunch is not included in any of the registration fees.
SCCGS Member; SCC students, faculty, staff
Preserving only $20.00
DeedMapper only $20.00
Preserving only $25.00
DeedMapper only $25.00
Questions? Email Michael John Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Jo Schnare email@example.com