Education is important to genealogists. You know that. And there are so many ways and places where you could invest your dollars to increase your knowledge. How do you decide which is right for you?
Today Louise St. Denis helps you to answer that question. After her in-depth explanation of the educational opportunities at the National Institute of Genealogical Studies, including courses on French-Canadian research, Acadian research, and French forts, you should be able to decide if her program is an appropriate course of action for you. If it is, be sure to take advantage of her special offer just for Maple Stars and Stripes listeners.
I also recap the New England Regional Genealogical Consortium conference held in Springfield, Massachusetts, in April. I have more information for you about our exciting 2018 tour to Quebec. You will be introduced to four more recommended podcasts. And I have exciting news from the Drouin Institute. So be sure to check out the show notes at http://maplestarsandstripes.com/62.