a3Genealogy - Accurate, Accessible Answers - specializes in military, naturalization records, Native American and African American ancestry. The a3Gen blog is penned by Kathleen Brandt, an international genealogy consultant, speaker and writer. a3Gen clients span from Europe, Asia and Africa to the Americas.
These are just a few titles offered by Kathleen Brandt as a conference Keynote Speaker or seminar Presenter.All are tailored to your conference theme or celebration. If you don't see what you want here, know I offer custom designed presentations and workshops. Know that all of the presentations are chocked full of actual images and many have real life short case studies.
I am now scheduling for 2017. But remember, I am often called upon as a last minute substitute, because we can never plan for those unplanned "life" events.
·Your Blacksheep: Courts-martial and Courts of
War of 1812
·War of 1812 Records: 10 Places to Research
·Researching Your War of 1812 Impressed Seamen
Revolutionary War and War of 1812
·African Americans Served Too – Finding Records
·10 Best Bets for Civil War Research
·7 Tips to Researching Slaves and Slaveholders
·Finding Your Elusive Civil War Veteran
·Claim It! Southern Claims
Commission Records and Slave Claims Commission Records
·Researching Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and other
·Civil War POW Records
Modern Wars (WWI - WWII
·Military Records Were Destroyed? What to Do?
·7 Easy Tips to WWI and WWII Research
·Forgotten Records - WWI
·Leaping Over Brickwalls
·The Changing Surname - How to Trace It?
·DNA: Spit or Swab? (Beginner)
·DNA for Genealogists: Who? What?, When? Where? (Intermediate)
·From History to Present: DNA Research (Case Studies)
·Tech Toys for Genealogists: It’s All Portable
·Oral and Family History: Sharing Our Ancestors
·The Cloud: Looking Forward to Backing Up
·Technology Toolbox for Genealogists
·7 Tips to Researching Slaves and Slaveholders (with MO. Case
·Researching the Road to Freedom (Prior to the Civil War)
·7 Resources to Researching Missouri Ex-Slaves and Free-Coloreds.
·Using Ship Manifests for Slave Research
·African Americans Served Too: Finding Revolutionary War and War
of 1812 Records
Emigration - Immigration
·When They Came to
America Where Did They Go?
Cotton, and Slaves! Researching South Pacific Island Laborers
·Did Your Ancestor
Become a US Citizen? Where to find Records and Documents
Topics and Custom Designed Presentations
Have a unique topic? Due to our vast client base and experience, presentation
just for your local group can be customized. Of course actual images of documents
and relevant research tips are shared and often accompanied by a case study.
·“Delegation of Colored Men” 7 Resources to
Researching Western-North Carolina Ex-Slaves and Free-Coloreds.
·Pioneer Trail From Missouri to California: How to Trace Them?
·Tracing My State Militia Records
·Tracing Huguenots – From There to Here
·Your Pioneer Ancestor and You!
How Our Ancestors Did It?
·The Invisible Staircase: How Missouri Did It!
·Make Money: Your Genealogy Empire
Midwest and Missouri Specific
·Researching Germans from Russia Ancestors
·8 Tips to Researching Your Missouri Rhineland Ancestors
·Tips to Tracing Your MO. Irish Ancestor - From Immigration to