Rhode Island may be the smallest state but it offers genealogists a wealth of resources that date back to 1636 on the city, county and state level. While some resources are online, this webinar will also explore how to find what you need in local collections.
This class was presented to a live webinar (online seminar) audience on May 1, 2013. 1 hour 31 minutes.
About the author:
- Absolutely amazing the number of resources available & how many places you have to look.
- Enjoyed. Just recently found my connection to RI. Opened a whole new door. Thank you for your help.
- I lived in RI for 23 years and I didn't know half of this! More webinars on RI please.
- I thought I knew a great deal about researching Rhode Island, boy was I wrong.
- She is soooooooooo knowledgable. I never miss when she is teaching!!!
- What an abundance of information!
- Wow ... I had NO idea that Rhode Island held so many records. For anyone research this state, it is evident that a trip there is a must.
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