We hope you enjoy the free tutorials, tips, and examples on our Web pages covering a range of
genealogical record types and research methods.
Tips and tutorials:
An informative set of tips, in outline form, for effectively using the
PERiodical Source Index by Jennifer Doerflein Hines,
a former PERSI supervisor.
If you have any questions on these tips, using PERSI,
or periodical research in general, Jennifer offers free consulting via email
Examples of record types:
Transcription of a
Revolutionary War pension application,
showing the wealth of information contained in many of these applications!
Transcription of a
probate file, showing the types
of data available when the deceased did not leave a will.
Transcription of a non-probate
court case, showing the types
of genealogical research leads that may be hidden within them.
Heritage Pathways provides a wide range of educational services for beginning,
intermediate, and advanced genealogists.
Following is a summary of our educational services.
For Your Society:
For Your Classroom:
Lectures by experienced, professional speakers on a wide array of genealogical
topics. Follow the link for our lecture topics!
Day-long workshops created for beginning, intermediate or advanced genealogists.
Follow the link for a sample workshop on marriage and divorce records,
Love and the Lack Thereof!
Orientation and guided tours of the Historical Genealogy Department of
the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
For Your Scout or 4-H Group:
Basic genealogy instruction for elementary school children.
Classroom/Library instruction for middle and high school students tailored
to your needs.
Instructional workshops for young people participating in the Genealogy
project in 4-H, or working toward a badge in Scouting.
Library orientation and tours.
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All Rights Reserved / Last updated 24 Apr 2012