Thursday, April 30, 2015

Openings at the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research for June

Have you always dreamed of attending the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) at Samford University? Well there is still time to get in the institute this June! There is space in the following courses, but you need to decide quickly as the absolute deadline is May 15th. 
I have taken both the Writing and Publishing for Genealogists and the Genealogy as a Profession courses, and recommend both of them. I know the coordinators of the other courses, and am sure they will be excellent as well.

Courses with room available for June 7-12, 2015: 

4.   Writing & Publishing for Genealogists (Coordinator: Tom Jones)
5.   Military Records II (Coordinator: Craig Scott)
7.   Land Records: Using Maps (Coordinator: Rick Sayre)
9.   Genealogy as a Profession (Coordinator: Elissa Powell)
10. Virginia's Land & Military Conflicts (Coordinator: Victor Dunn) 

You can register for any of these courses on the IGHR website here.

If you are interested the courses that are full, be sure to sign up on the waiting lists as sometime there are cancellations and you can get in at the last minute. Sign up here.  

1.  Methods & Sources (Coordinator: Pam Sayre)
2.  Intermediate Genealogy & Historical Studies (Coordinator: Angela McGhie)
3.  Advanced Methodology & Evidence Analysis (Coordinator: Judy Russell)
8.  Research in the South: The Colonies of the South (Coordinator: Mark Lowe)

Course Reviews
Here are reviews of some of the IGHR courses if you want more details on the course content from someone who attended in the past. 

“Writing and Publishing for Genealogists” - Review of IGHR Course 5 
New IGHR Course on the Five Civilized Tribes


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