Today was another full day of class sessions. We started to really dig into the nuts and bolts of southern research today. Tonight I had a chance to go to the Family History Library, but I chose to stay in because we had a homework assignment. I knew if I tried to do the assignment at the FHL, I’d seen a squirrel run across the floor and into the Galveston County, Texas book rack and I would be hunting it for hours.
Photo highlights from Day 3: Classes all day
Tuesday, 12 Jan 2016
|J. Mark Lowe live from Tennessee! The master of southern research himself! Mark talked to us for about twenty minutes this morning.|
|One of my teachers, Anne Gillespie Mitchell, Ancestry.com's famous "Ancestry Anne". Very energetic teacher I might add!|
|This was the meeting of the NextGen Genealogy Network after the classes today. We are having a lot of fun talking about genealogy!|
|Staying in my room to do homework has it's perks.|
|The weather was a little chilly for me outside, but I've been indoors since Sunday with an average temperature of 72!|