My most recent Guest Blog article is now available: Thanks Katherine Schober for the opportunity to submit.
Just finished a guest newsletter article on finding source records for Chicago 19th century German Ancestors.
Visited Paris and Notre Dame in April 2014. Sad to learn this afternoon that this historic landmark has burned hours ago.
Dana Kelly, of the Koshkonong Prairie Historical Society spoke on will DNA tests and learn how to analyze them for the utmost results.
We had 53 members participate today. Great turnout and wonderful speaker.
Very pleased Bob
Very nice group and excellent questions. Total participants nearly 30. It was a pleasure to provide genealogical knowledge to an active audience.
43rd Annual Symposium by Society for German-American Studies through UW-Max Kade Institute.
“German in America: Words, Sounds, and Images”
11–13 April 2019
REGISTER NOW for…
two days of over 50 presentations and panel discussions on a variety of topics that span the spectrum of the German-American experience, including art, music, language, literature, media and publications, history, folklore, heritage, religion, immigration, and much more;
a tour of the German-American holdings of the Wisconsin Historical Society; a tour of the Max Kade Institute and exhibit on “The Wisconsin German Experience;”the SGAS Banquet.
You can find the full Symposium Program at https://sgas.org/symposium/symposium-program/
Starting in 1922 Alien Women had to Apply for Citizenship on their Own.
Generally before this act you won’t find naturalization records for female ancestors. Most women obtained derivative citizenship through their husbands.