Research Trip to the Family History Library with Michael John Neill

Join Ancestry columnist Michael John Neill for a week of research at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City 16-23 May. We will be at the libray from open to close every day, digging up as many ancestors as we can.

Before leaving for Salt Lake, participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Ask Michael questions
  • Submit research problems to Michael
  • Get help organizing for the library
  • Practice using the Family History Library Card Catalog
  • Get suggestions on how to prepare for effective library research
  • Interact online with other trip participants

Michael will also provide individualized onsite consultations and research suggestions throughout the stay in Salt Lake. Those who need specific research suggestions will be given problem specific homework onsite to assist them in their research. Participants will be given assistance in using printers, scanners, and computer databases, and other onsite technologies. Everyone will have brunch on Sunday where we can discuss our research and regroup. Sunday is our forced break from research so everyone is ready for a fresh start on Monday.

More information on this unique research opportunity, visit├é┬áMichael’s site: www.rootdig.com/slctrip.html

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