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The Peasant Rebellion of 1848 in Europe with emphasis on German 48ers
Wednesday, February 21
The Peasant Rebellion of 1848 in Europe with emphasis on German 48ers  (San Diego Gen Soc GIG)
1:00 pm
Pacific Time zone (PT) - online [English]
Mary Robsman’s presentation includes the history behind the peasant rebellion of 1848 in Europe and the impact 48er emigres had in the years leading up to and during the US Civil War. Registration.


Wednesday, February 21 through Wednesday, May 29
Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie  (Familia Austria)
6:00 pm
Central Europe Time Zone (MEZ) - Online [German]
Im Laufe eines Jahres erfahren Sie dort alles wichtige über die Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie. Egal, ob Sie erst am Anfang Ihrer Forschungen stehen oder schon viel Erfahrung haben, Sie werden dort garantiert viel Neues erfahren. Jeden Mittwoch, ab 18.00 Uhr. Hier finden Sie alle bereits feststehenden Themen und die links zur Anmeldung bei Zoom. Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos und für alle interessierten Forscher, egal ob sie Mitglieder unserer Familia Austria sind oder nicht, offen.


Thursday, February 22
Posen: Hidden Sources  (Germanic Genealogy Society -MN)
8:00 pm to 9:15 pm
Central time (CT) online (English)
Gary Heyn, GGS Treasurer, will present the webinar "Posen: Hidden Sources". He visited Posen on a recent genealogy research trip.
 


Monday, February 26
ONLINE-DNA-GENEALOGIE-STAMMTISCH  (Ahnenforscher Stammtisch Unna )
7:00 pm
Central Europe Time Zone (MEZ) - Online [German]
Information und Inspiration für alle Interessierten! Von 19.00 Uhr bis 21.00 Uhr für Einsteiger, Fortgeschrittene und Interessierte.
Ab ca. 21.00 Uhr mit offenem Ende: "Experten-Talk", Diskussionen und Informationen unter Fachleuten! Einladung mit Teilnahmemöglichkeit.


Tuesday, February 27
Research in Württemburg  (Sacramento German Gen. Soc.)
1:00 pm
Pacific Time zone (PT) - online [English]
Barbara Stanculescu will talk about the history of the German state of Württemburg. A native of Stuttgart, she is well-versed in the research of this area. She will share her experience and knowledge and will introduce websites that will help with your Württemburg research. Registration.


Wednesday, February 28
Luxembourg Immigration to Southern Brazil  (Public event)
12:00 pm
Central time (CT) online (English)
In the mid-1820s, the newly independent country of Brazil invited Europeans to settle its southern lands and provide a bulwark along the borders to Argentina and Paraguay. These efforts coincided with a period of economic hardship in the rural regions of Luxembourg and neighboring German lands. Fueled by the propaganda of emigration agents, it did not take long for “Brazil fever” to set in. In this presentation, Carlo Krieger and Jean Ensch will focus on the Luxembourg presence in southern Brazil today and the history of Luxembourg immigration to the region, while drawing  comparisons to the experiences of Luxembourg settlers and their descendants in the United States.
 



Working with Marginal Notes on German Civil Registers
Friday, March 1
Working with Marginal Notes on German Civil Registers  (Webinar)
10:30 am
Pacific Time zone (PT) - online [English]
Partner co-hosts Ahnenforscher Stammtisch Unna in Germany and the German Interest Group of the Eastside Genealogical Society in Seattle, USA welcome Ursula C. Krause, German professional genealogist and founder of My German Family. Marriage, death, and birth records often contain marginal notes that provide additional information you would not find otherwise. These notes can provide additional clues about the person and even family members. They are definitely a shortcut in your research that you should not do without! In this presentation, you will learn how to use these marginal notes in your research to gain deeper insights into your ancestor's life story. Link to join. See attached flyer.
 
 


Thursday, March 7
Alien Files Boot Camp  (German Genealogy Group - NY)
7:30 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - online [English]
Learn about the centralized files the federal government keeps for every immigrant from the last 75 years - and many who came in the prior 75 years. Zoom for members only.  Become a member.


Saturday, March 9
Resources for Finding Your German Roots at the Dallas Public Library  (Dallas Gen. Soc. German group)
10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Central Time Zone (CT) - online, in-person - (English)

The German Genealogy Group of the Dallas Genealogical Society presents Genealogy & History Manager Stephanie Bennett and German Genealogy Specialist Ed Boehringer will present on how to find your German heritage at the Dallas Public Library. Learn how to maximize your research time using one of the largest genealogy collections in the United States. Main Dallas Library - McDermott Conference Rooms on the 8th floor. Can't make it in person? Join the meeting online through the DGS website.



American Dreams: A New Life in the USA
Friday, March 15
American Dreams: A New Life in the USA  (Public event)
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - online [English]
Take a virtual tour through the special exhibition "American Dreams, A New Life in the USA," now on display at the “Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg” in Stuttgart, Germany, until July 28, 2024. Dr. Christina A. Ziegler-McPherson, historian and one of the curators of the exhibition, will discuss the development of “American Dreams,” with a special focus on the stories from Pennsylvania featured in the exhibition. Details and registration. For more information, contact Bettina Hess at the German Society of Pennsylvania.


German World War II SS-Records: An Unlikely and Indispensable German Genealogy Tool
Saturday, March 16
German World War II SS-Records: An Unlikely and Indispensable German Genealogy Tool  (Pomeranian SIG, Inc.)
1:00 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - online [English]
With Dr. Michael D. Lacopo. A 1931 record group created by Adolf Hitler's government survives today as a collection of hundreds of thousands of pre-1800 family trees and Ahnentafels of German SS-soldiers and their prospective spouses, often filling gaps left by German civil and church records. Details and registration.


Tuesday, March 26
Genealogy in Hesse-Darmstadt, Archives of the HfVe.V.  (Sacramento German Gen. Soc.)
10:00 am
Pacific Time zone (PT) - online [English]
Thomas Krämer will present information on the HfV e.V. (Hessische familiengeschichtliche Vereinigung e. V.), their member database, and genealogy in Hesse-Darmstadt. Registration.



Saturday, April 6
2024 Spring Seminar  (PALAM - Ohio Chapter)
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - online [English]
The program will feature Mary Eberle, founder of DNA Hunters. She will speak on four topics:
  • You've got DNA Results - Now What?
  • Understanding Ethnicity Estimates
  • Finding Relatives and Ancestors in Germany
  • Case Study
For details, fees and registration, view the attached flyer.
 


Pomeranian Land Records as Vital Records Substitutes
Saturday, April 20
Pomeranian Land Records as Vital Records Substitutes  (Pomeranian SIG, Inc.)
1:00 pm
Eastern Time zone (ET) - online [English]
Speaker: Chris DeWuske. As founder and creator of the website MyPomerania, through donations, he has crowdfunded all types of Pommern documents to be photographed in the Polish archives and made them freely available online. His website is a combination of some great Pomeranian information, research tips and these free records from Polish archives. Details and registration.



2024 virtual convention
Saturday, August 17 through Sunday, February 18
2024 virtual convention  (SGGEE- Ger. Gen. in E. Europe)
Pacific Time zone (PT) - online [English]
Details will be posted on www.sggee.org as they become available.