MSOG is committed to genealogical education and is proud that in addition to monthly chapter meetings, we offer educational programs to both members and public entities.
For our Members – we offer a monthly webinar series from October through June. Click here to view the previous and upcoming topics. Previous webinars are recorded and available to members for several weeks after the live presentation.
We are proud to offer educational programs about genealogy to the public through libraries and other venues. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any program requests.
Getting Into Genealogy – (An Introduction) – 90 minute program
Just how does one get started researching their family tree? This program is meant to answer that question and provide additional information on local resources for that research.
Using the Internet for Genealogy – 60 minute program
Internet searching techniques as well as subscription and free websites for finding ancestors and understanding the times in which they lived and the types of documents found on the Internet will be reviewed.
MA State History – 1620-1920 – 75 minute program
What was involved with the growth of Massachusetts and New England between 1620 and 1920? A great deal more than we remember from history class! Many of the events mentioned could have impacted your ancestors’ lives.
Access to handouts for the above presentations is given during the presentation and is monitored via password access. Click on the name of the class above to be prompted for the provided password and access the class handouts and supplements.
Link to the password protected page for GIG
Getting into Genealogy