Our speaker for the meeting on 21 February will be Paul Enchelmayer.
His topic will be "Unconventional Genealogy Research: Of Privies and Progenitors." This will presentation will include "outhouse archaeology", eBay tricks, and Internet phonebooks as well as other "non-traditional tools" used to solve family history mysteries. The talk also includes a brief look at genealogy blogs, podcasts, RSS services, and other "WEB 2.0" services."
This will prove to be an entertaining as well as informative presentation that may well open our eyes to sources that we have not previously considered.
Join us at the Largo Public Library at 11 am to hear Paul. Don't forget that at 9:45 before the general meeting is our Computers in Genealogy discussion group...an open Q&A forum.
Both the discussion group and the general meeting are open to the public.