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Using Excel to Create Timelines : Hands-on workshop Sept 8th 2:30pm

Join us to hear Chris Green as she explains to how to setup up timelines using Microsoft Excel. Timelines are a great tool for pulling together your genealogy information.  You can use them to sort your data by dates or places.  You can compare them to other timelines of local area history or world history to see what was going on in the world around your ancestor.  It is also a great tool to see where you may have gaps in your research.  Come and learn how to setup a timeline and see what a powerful tool it can be!

Using Excel to Create Timelines with Christine Bell Green PLCGS
Thursday September 8th 2:30 - 4:00pm
Cañada College Library Computer Lab

The Life and Time of Dennis Martin, San Mateo Pioneer - Sept 24th 10am

Join us on Saturday, September 24th 10:00AM - 12 Noon
Our guest speaker will be Bo Crane, author of The Life and Time of Dennis Martin, San Mateo Pioneer.

 

Research Rewards From Paula Stuart-Warren - Fall 2016 Seminar

Join us to hear Paula Stuart-Warren on Saturday October 22, 2016
9:00am - 3:00pm

Registration is now open!

Paula will be presenting a Program of Four Lectures:

  • What Next? Developing Step-­by­-Step Research Plans
  • NUCMC & Its Cousins: Keys to Lost Ancestral Records
  • Newspaper Research: The Dailies, Weeklies and Beyond
  • Research Rewards in County Courthouses and Town Hall Records

October General Meeting : SMCGS/CSGA joint meeting

Please join us on Saturday, October 29th 10:00 AM to 12:15pm
SMCGS will be hosting this joint meeting with the California State Genealogical Alliance (CSGA)

You will learn a bit about who CSGA is as well as hearing two great speakers.

Our 1st speaker will be Cath Trindle.  Here topic is "FDR's Alphabet Soup: Records From the Great Depression"

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