About this webinar
You’ve researched facts; you’re ready to write. How do you imagine ancestors’ lives? Family histories are dull and boring if they reflect only the factual information found in historical documents. Historical fiction and social history can provide context and enhance your writing.
Beth A. Stahr, CG is a recently retired academic librarian and college instructor with over forty years of genealogical research experience. She is a past trustee, treasurer and president of the Board for Certification of Genealogists. She was born near Chicago, and has lived in Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Louisiana, and now in Tennessee. She was first certified by the Board for Certification of Genealogists in 1990, is an alumnus of National Institute of Genealogical Research (NIGR), now the Genealogical Institute on Federal Records (Gen-Fed), and the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research and Excelsior College’s Genetic Genealogy class. She has lectured for local, state and national genealogical societies, and published in academic and genealogical journals. Her personal research includes her paternal Polish ancestry and her maternal Southern and Native American ancestry.
This program will be online on April 26 at 7 pm. Email the society, firstname.lastname@example.org for the meeting link.
Program offered with permission from the speaker and from Legacy Family Tree Webinars.