Plans for the 2022 SGGEE convention are coming together. The purpose of our theme, Crossing Borders, is to help us better understand areas in which our ancestors might have lived before moving into Poland and Volhynia.
So far, we expect to offer presentations on East Prussia and Lithuania, expanding your German research, Galicia in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and Ukraine.We also plan to take advantage of smaller group discussions, offering participants the opportunity to hear from our member experts on the SGGEE Journal, navigating the databases on the website, preparing your data for submission to our member pedigree database and research hints in our primary areas.
As previously announced, we will do Q&A sessions on Friday to follow up on the webinars presented earlier in 2022. If you missed one, or have questions after having viewed the recordings, you can pop in and speak with the presenter. The three webinars are If It's 1773, It must be Russia on changing borders; Family Tree DNA and DNA Projects for SGGEE; and most recently, Navigating Online Records in Poland to Find Ancestors.
SGGEE members can view the recorded webinars using links from our virtual classroom page. By the way, our most recent webinar on using records in Poland is now posted; you'll want to view it more than once to catch the details!
Keep an eye on this space for announcements when registration opens.