Genealogy Links
The links below are aids to finding genealogy resources. Those that are marked with a $ sign are fee-based sites.
For links from North Hills Genealogists monthly meetings, see the section on Meetings.
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Linda Debe's compilation of genealogy events and institutes
In-Depth Education in the comfort of your home Instruction Levels: SLIG Virtual offers a variety of courses, taught at a variety of levels, specific to the virtual needs of our students. All-DNA Advanced Evidence Analysis Practicum Intermediate Foundations Nordic Part II – Swedish and Finnish Schedule: Course schedules vary, but classes are held once a week for a number of weeks. Each will begin in the early Fall of 2019 and end before Thanksgiving. Full course descriptions, outlines, and prerequisites will explain the schedule and make-up of the courses; they should be fully posted by mid-May
View the line-up of the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy 2020 courses
SLIG Academy for Professionals offers high-intermediate to advanced education and includes a wide-range of courses covering professional-level topics such as business, speaking, writing, forensics, and project management. All courses are designed for professionals or those who are seeking to become professionals.
The Genealogical Institute on Federal Records Gen-Fed, at the National Archives in Washington D.C. and College Park, Maryland, is an intensive program offering on-site examination of federal records.
The Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh serves a need for in-depth genealogical education in the Mid-Atlantic region and nationally. Located about 300 miles from major cities such as Cincinnati, Ohio; Ft. Wayne, Indiana; Detroit, Michigan; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Rochester, New York; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Baltimore, Maryland; Charleston, West Virginia; and Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh is strategically placed and economical to visit.
IGHR provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators.
Sponsored by the Utah Genealogy Society SLIG offers classes by renowned genealogists.