I’ll be leaving early Friday morning to be a part of the 2016 Abrams Foundation Family History Seminar being held this weekend at the Michigan Library & Historical Center in Lansing, Michigan. This is my first seminar at the Library & Historical Center, and I am looking forward to a great continuing education experience. Amy Johnson Crowe, the keynote speaker, will be discussing vital records substitutes, an important resource as many states have increasingly limited access to many of these genealogical gold mines.
Is your research at a standstill because of a missing or non-existent vital record? Contact me and we can work together to break down that brick wall!