WRVHS 2016 Classes & Workshops Survey
Are you interested in attending some, or all, of our 2016 classes and workshops? Please take a moment to fill out the attached questionnaire. (Please note that this is not a registration form – we will let you know once class schedules have been determined, and you may then register if you wish.)
Beginning Research Workshop
This is a daylong workshop geared to new researchers, or to experienced researchers needing a refresher course and new ideas. No research is done during this workshop; however, participants will complete pedigree charts, group sheets, and other handouts following most sessions. This workshop, or prior research experience, is a requirement before registration will be accepted for the Monthly Research Series.
Monthly Research Series
This monthly series (co-hosted by the Taneycomo Chapter DAR) is open to participants of the WRVHS “Beginning Research Workshop” and/or to those with prior research experience. Each session will include a 30 – 45 minute program, following by 2 ½ hours to work on personal research, with assistance provided by members of the WRVHS and TCDAR.
Beginning Computer Research
This weekly series (daytime or early evening TBD) will teach the non-computer user how to use some of the easier, free websites for Research (i.e. Find A Grave, MO State Archives, Family Search, Rootsweb).
Beginning Bald Knobbers
This half-day program will introduce those new to this period of our region’s history, and will give a general overview of the Bald Knobber’s vigilante groups in Taney, Christian and Douglas counties.
Bald Knobber University
This monthly evening series is for the serious researcher interested in detailed studies of the vigilante group (i.e. influences leading to the formation of the groups, county group differences, family connections)
Children’s Research
This is a summer weekly series of beginning research for middle-school and junior-high aged children. During the series, students will “adopt” a local Taney Countian and learn to conduct genealogical, as well as historical research. This is a great series for groups, home-school groups, families and individuals.
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