What can one of our lecture series do for you?

Lectures bring genealogy to life by creating eye-catching, compelling presentations, designed to leave no question unanswered. They are designed to please your audience. You can be sure that your participants will be pleased.


Tailor-made lecturing a possibility


Monthly and annual meetings are the cornerstone of any society program. Programs are one of the best ways that the membership determines the value of their membership. An effective society program strategy addresses four basic elements: outreach, education, skill improvement and future research strategies. Find  the perfect balance and the society will grow because of percieved value of membership. Percieved value which will position your society for success. To help you do so, you need lectures that stay on top of genealgical trends, cultural influences and technological developments, tracking their effects on genealogists and their research behavior. 

Some of the Lectures Offered

  • Basic Military Research
  • Researching Your Colonial Wars Ancestor
  • Researching Your French and Indian War Ancestor
  • Researching Your Revolutionary War Ancestor
  • Researching Your War of 1812 Ancestor
  • Known Dead in the War of 1812
  • Researching Your Mexican War Ancestor
  • Researching Your Civil War Ancestor
  • Researching Your World War I Ancestor
  • Researching Your World War II Ancestor
  • Navy and Marine Corps Records
  • Pension Research: You Stopped Too Soon
  • Pension Ledgers: An Interesting Census
  • Bounty Land
  • Treasury Records: Follow the Money
  • Quaker Migration
  • Scottish Military Records
  • Finding Women: Maiden Name not Known
  • Quartermaster Corps Records
  • Finding Aids in the National Archives
  • Medical Records in the National Archives
  • Publishing Your Genealogical Material: Getting the Ink on Paper
  • Irish Research: Emigration, Family History, Sources
  • Irish Research: Griffith's Evaluation, Census and Census Substitutes, Online Sources
  • Scottish Research: Emigration, Family History, Sources
  • Scottish Research: Parish Registers, Census, Civil Registration, and Online Resources