February 4, 2022– 10:00 a.m. - noon, $40 (online) This class is designed for those who are just dipping their toes into genealogy research. Class topics will include genealogy best practices, using websites such as FamilySearch.org and Ancestry.com, and resources available from historical societies and genealogical societies. This class is not specific to those with Norwegian heritage, and we welcome NAGC members and non-members. ALL CLASSES BEGIN CENTRAL TIME Register online in our E-Store Class Registration or call us at 608-255-2224.…Find out more »
Finding the Genealogy of a House and Those That Lived in it The Rock County Genealogical Society offers a free Zoom program to be held Tuesday, February 8, 2022 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. CST, viewable on a PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone. For the Zoom link and to download the program handout, see the RCGS home page at: www.rcgswi.org and click on Upcoming Speakers and Events. This presentation will explain how to use genealogy techniques of searching…Find out more »
February 9 and 11, 2022—10:00 a.m.-noon, $100 member/$150 non-member (online) This class is for those who are familiar with genealogy basics but haven’t dug into Norwegian genealogical research yet. The class will focus on Norwegian naming traditions, history and geography, along with strategies for reading old handwriting and finding where in Norway your ancestor may have originated. This class also includes a copy of our “Research Guide for Norwegian Genealogy: For Beginning and Experienced Genealogists.” ALL CLASSES BEGIN CENTRAL TIME…Find out more »
February 18, 2022– 10:00 a.m.-noon, $40 member/$50 non-member (online) This class expands on the introductory class by exploring using Norwegian Farm History Books (bygdebøker) for clues for your genealogical research. ALL CLASSES BEGIN CENTRAL TIME Register online in our E-Store Class Registration or call us at 608-255-2224. Contact us at email@example.com with any questions or for more details about the classes.Find out more »
Explore your family history and learn the basics of genealogy research with this engaging workshop hosted by the Wisconsin State Historical Society. With the rise of services such as AncestryDNA and 23andMe, DNA has become one of the most popular genealogy tools, but interpreting results is not always easy. Presenter Dana Kelly will help you navigate this data and provide information about the key aspects of using DNA results to find more about your family history. Topics covered: Introduction to…Find out more »
March 2, 3 & 4, 2022– 10:00 a.m.-noon, $100 member/$150 non-member (online) This class explores the wide variety of records and resources available in the Norwegian Digital Archives and how to find them. ALL CLASSES BEGIN CENTRAL TIME Register online in our E-Store Class Registration or call us at 608-255-2224. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or for more details about the classes.Find out more »
Join Norwegian American Genealogical Center & Naeseth Library for a research tour to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah where you'll find the largest collection of genealogical materials in the world; NAGC researchers (Jerry Paulson & Chris Klauer) will be available to assist you during the entire trip; knowledgeable library staff & volunteers will be on hand for research help. This trip is not limited to those with Norwegian ancestry! $1500 (NAGC Members) $1700 (Non-members) *Cost of…Find out more »
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“I just received your update on the Dokken family of Worth Co. Iowa. I must compliment you on an impressive piece of work. Thank you very much. We have two more Norwegian families, the Nelsons and the Olsons, that we intend to investigate in the next year or so. I hope that we can request your assistance once again when the time comes. Again, thank you very much for your help.”
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