Whittier Area Genealogical Society
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WAGS Zoom Get-Together
Saturday, October 16
WAGS Zoom Get-Together  (Social Half Hour)
12:30 pm to 1:00 pm
Sign in early on October 16th to chat with fellow WAGS members and guests.
The Zoom Conference room will be open from 12:30 pm until the General Meeting starts at 1:00 pm for a social half-hour.  Bring your lunch, bring a dessert, bring a friend, or just bring yourself and join us.  You can see your friends on the main screen, participate in the group audio / video chat, or have public or private text chats with one another in the chat box.
 


Sara Cochran
Saturday, October 16
Sara Cochran  (General Meeting and Speaker)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
My DNA Brought Me to the Forest, but Where Are All the Trees?
 
Genealogical DNA tests are bringing thousands of new cousins to our attention, but many of them don't have trees yet, or the trees aren't attached to their test. Learn some new techniques for figuring out where how these individuals connect with you. (Focus is on Ancestry.com results system).



WAGS Zoom Get-Together
Saturday, November 20
WAGS Zoom Get-Together  (Social Half Hour)
12:30 pm to 1:00 pm
Sign in early on November 20th to chat with fellow WAGS members and guests.
The Zoom Conference room will be open from 12:30 pm until the General Meeting starts at 1:00 pm for a social half-hour.  Bring your lunch, bring a dessert, bring a friend, or just bring yourself and join us.  You can see your friends on the main screen, participate in the group audio / video chat, or have public or private text chats with one another in the chat box.
 


Jean Wilcox Hibben, PhD
Saturday, November 20
Jean Wilcox Hibben, PhD  (General Meeting and Speaker)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Epidemics:  An Issue of Politics, Economics & Religion
 
Lifestyles were altered by major illness and the fear of it. Learn how far reaching the health concerns of our predecessors stretched, how they touched your own lives, and how they affect your research. Funeral and cemetery records, as well as the ways of handling the dead, will also be discussed.