Saturday, January 23, 2010

Individual Assistance Avalible by Corps of Volunteers

Did you know that one of the benefits of membership in the PGS is that you can receive individual help in many different areas of genealogy. Those areas range from different aspects of genealogy research to using technology in your genealogical pursuits.

Below is the list of areas in which help is available. You can get a contact point for each of them by asking a consultant at the Genealogy Center of the Largo Public Library, or by looking on the PGS website: (you will find it under "Volunteer Spotlight" and then "PGS Help Desk."

Area of Interest
Becoming a Certified Genealogist
Canada (Eastern)
Canada (Ontario Leeds & Grenville Counties)
Computer Basics for Genealogy
Digital Photography
Email Questions
Excel Spreadsheet
Family Tree Maker Program
General Genealogy Questions
German Research
Getting Started in Genealogy
Internet online research
Mayflower Society
Colonial Dames
DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution)
UDC (United Daughters of the Confederacy)
DUV (Daughters of Union Veterans)
DAC (Daughters of American Colonists)
Midwestern US Research
New England Research
Organization of computer files
PAF Program
Photograph Editing, Restoration
Roots Magic Program
Spain and Latin America (research and translation
Swedish Research—Genline, Emibas, Swedish Census 1890
The Master Genealogist Program
Translators – French
Translators – German
Translators – Spanish
Word Processing
Writing & Publishing Family History
Native American Genealogy

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