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Want a closer look at the 15 video classes in our Winter
2013 Virtual Genealogy Conference, Feb. 22-24? In the next couple of weeks, several
of our expert instructors will stop by to share what you’ll learn in their presentations.
Without further ado, here’s Lisa Louise
Cooke of the Genealogy Gems Podcast, who’s put together the class Genealogical
Cold Cases: A Step-by-Step Process:
When it comes to brick walls, sometimes you need to think outside the genealogy box.
Cracking a cold case requires a proven process to guide you through the challenging
waters. And in looking for a solid process that could drum up new leads, my thoughts
continually returned to criminal investigators. They face many of the same challenges
you do, even if your ancestor wasn’t a “black sheep.”
Genealogical Cold Cases: A Step-by-Step Process is a presentation I’ve been wanting
to do for a long time, and I couldn’t be more pleased to to present it at the Virtual
Genealogy Conference. I’ll draw on some of the best ideas from cold case investigators
to create a process that can guide you through the lengthy process of breaking through
genealogical brick walls.
In each step, I’ll give you a cache of strategies you can put into play right away.
Each is designed to keep you organized and focused while generating new leads.
So dig out that old cobwebbed case file you’d just about given up on, and join me
in the Genealogical Cold Cases: A Step-by-Step Process class at the Winter
2013 Virtual Genealogy Conference.
Genealogy Conference is sponsored by