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More Americans have German ancestry than any other ethnic group and German research sources are some of the most detailed and helpful in all of Europe, so what are you waiting for? Most German families can be documented back to the 1600s and this webinar will help you get started. You donít need to speak German or travel to Germany to have wonderful research success. Weíll cover the basics, including the language, records, places and the tools you need to begin your journey to find your German ancestors.

This class was presented to a live webinar (online seminar) audience on June 6, 2012. 1 hour 50 minutes. Plus 4 pages of handouts.

Viewers' comments:
  • A good overview and foundation to start with.
  • A wealth of information. Covers every important topic.
  • An excellent webinar. I have been struggling with my German research and Kory motivated me greatly today. Very informative and I very much like how Kory explained things, easily and very understandable.
  • Awesome amount of information - and I have already attended a 3 day seminar through our local Genealogical Society on researching your German Ancestors.  While I have never purchased a webinar CD on a webinar that I have watched, I will be purchasing this one and watching it over and over again!  Thank you for all the education you provide!
  • Many good research suggestions were offered and the Q & A was informative, too. I especially liked the reference Geoff made about the Centennia Historical Atlas Software.
  • Danke Schoen, Kory! Your presentation was absolutely excellent!! More info than I ever expected, and very professionally done!  I hope LFT asks you to return for other webinars! I won't miss them!
  • Didn't think I had any interest in "Researching Your German Ancestors," but always enjoy these webinars, so I signed up. Whilst I still don't think I have any German ancestors to research, this webinar was so incredibly interesting & entertaining that I am glad I signed up & attended. Still waiting to win my first door prize though.  ;-)
  • Excellent!!! Excellent!!! This session was jam-packed with information. I've enjoyed many webinars in the past, but this is one that I will have to order.
  • This webinar changed my whole perspective on German Genealogy.
  • Most valuable tip was site listing availability of Orrsfamilienbueher.
  • Great information! I have located another ancestor directly from this webinar!
  • I wish I had a Kory Meyerink in my back pocket.
  • Kory Meyerink is a must-watch. So much information, so clearly presented!!!
  • One of the most outstanding webinars yet! I'll be signing up for any future webinars Kory does.
  • This has been the most useful webinar yet for me. Covered a lot of info. I have tried translating info from German records and know it can be accomplished by a novice like myself. This will be the first webinar on cd that I will purchase.
  • Wow!!! Learned several ways to get beyond my brick wall. Please don't ever stop these webinars .... they are invaluable.
About the author:
Kory Meyerink is accredited in four areas (Germany, Midwest, Eastern and New England U.S.), specializing in tracing the origins of German and Dutch immigrants. He developed instructional and reference material for the thousands of Family History Centers supported by the Family History Library. He also served as the primary content consultant for the PBS Ancestors television series. As a teacher, Kory has spoken at many local, state, and national genealogical conferences throughout the U.S. and Canada, including NGS, FGS, GENTECH, and, since 1991, the annual BYU Family History Conference. Since 1991, he has also served as adjunct history faculty for that universityís Salt Lake Center. As the founding director of the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, he developed one of the nationís largest such institutes. He has written extensively, including chapters in The Library, both editions of The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy, as well as numerous articles and book reviews for the Genealogical Journal, Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly, Genealogical Computing, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, and The Genealogist.
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