Genealogy for Beginners

Saturday, April 9, is Irish Saturday and another opportunity to learn more about Irish genealogy!

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Problem with Irish ancestors?

Who among us hasn’t experienced a problem when researching Irish ancestors? Here’s a class if you find yourself stalled out, perfectly timed with St Patrick’s Day around the corner.

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Not all Irish were Catholic

February 13 is Irish Saturday at the William J. Hoffman Library and Research Center (previously called the Minnesota Genealogical Society Library), and Audrey Leonard will be presenting the class. Here’s a description:

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More about IGSI’s Irish Collection

Irish Genealogical Society International’s collection of Irish genealogy/history resource materials is among the largest in North America. It’s housed within the Minnesota Genealogical Society‚Äôs William J. Hoffman Library and Research Center.

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“Irish Saturday” Classes

A new year brings a new round of Irish Saturday classes sponsored by Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI).

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Irish Petty Sessions Courts – Prison Registers

Another month has rolled by, and another ‘Irish Saturday’ is coming up at the MGS library on September 12. That means an IGSI class and/or time to research your family history using IGSI library resources with experienced volunteers.

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Audrey’s picks for research sites

We encourage our blog readers to submit research tips, stories, or ideas for articles. Today, IGSI president/volunteer researcher Audrey Leonard has shared recommendations for websites she’s found valuable in completing research requests.

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Organize Your Research

February 14 will again be ‘Irish Saturday’ in Minnesota, and that means another great class sponsored by the Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI).

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Getting Over Brick Walls

Saturday, October 11, is another Irish Saturday at the MGS library in S. St. Paul, MN. The Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI) is again sponsoring a class to help you with your family history research.

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Getting Over and Through Those Brick Walls

Are you having trouble with your family history research? Have you reached that inevitable brick wall and don’t know where to look next?

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