Overview of Genealogical Research in Colonial North America
For the first two centuries following the landing of Europeans on this continent, America was fighting for survival from hunger, Native Americans and the British. It was expanding the borders of the Colonies and learning how to trade with Europe. In the process, many genealogical records were created. Dona and Betty will talk about the records which were available in this timeframe
This meeting will be a hybrid meeting, meaning you can attend in person or via Zoom.
When you register please choose the option of how you will attend. Everyone will receive the Zoom log in information incase they can't make it in person.
The in person meeting location is at the SD FamilySearch Center in Mission Valley, 4195 Camino del Rio S, San Diego, CA 92108. Phone: (619) 584-7668
Registration is open and will be open for the first 100 people attending virtually.
For questions contact :
Dona Ritchie at or Betty Briggs at