It's 2:00 in the afternoon, three quarters of the way through the second day of a regional genealogy conference. You are getting a bit tired. You look at the choices for the next hour. Here's what you find
- Learn to Love Maps, County Histories and City Directories
- Tame that Data: Excel and Genealogy
- Between the Censuses: Using Local Records to Fill in your Ancestories Stories
- Murphy's Law in Genealogy
- Notarial Records in Quebec: How to Learn More about Your Ancestors
Of course there are three other choices: you could go go and have a nap; you could visit the vendor area; or you could go sit in the food court and visit with your friend Joan. Based solely on the title, which do you select? What do you expect the chosen session will teach you?