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Palm Springs Genealogical Society Zoom Meeting: “Publishing Your Family History”

August 6 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am

The Palm Springs Genealogical Society holds a Zoom meeting today titled, “Publishing Your Family History,” with guest speaker Diane Henriks. The program starts at 9:30 a.m. via Zoom and participants will learn how to organize and disseminate their family’s stories to family members and the public to preserve their history for future generations.

Diane Henriks is a Los Angeles County-based professional genealogist, speaker, author and investigator, who is passionate about family history and genealogy. She has been researching family history and genealogy passionately for the past 12 years, researching many of her own family lines, as well as that of her clients. She uses advanced deductive reasoning and logical constructs to thoroughly investigate a case, with a specialty in finding descendants in family trees and brick wall research. She is known as the “Descendant Detective.” Diane has worked closely with private investigators to find living people, while also assisting in background investigations, in both civil and criminal cases. She is a proud member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Southern California Genealogical Society, and the Genealogical Speakers Guild.

For more information and the Zoom meeting Link, please email President Sondra Lucas at [email protected].

Notice: Starting September 3 (at 10:00 a.m.), the Palm Springs Genealogical Society will again meet in person in The Learning Center at the Palm Springs Public Library.

Details

Date:
August 6
Time:
9:30 am - 11:30 am
Event Category:
Event Tags:
https://www.palmspringsca.gov/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/24286/15?curm=8&cury=2022

Organizer

Palm Springs Genealogical Society
Email:
sunnysondra@gmail.com

Venue

Online

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