ONLINE-Making Sense of the Shambles: Organizational Tools for Genealogy by Alice Hoyt Veen, February 10, 2022 7:00 PM (Central)
As family historians, we tend to be “Keepers of Everything,” from treasured original family documents…
Michelle has created two print-on-demand family history books. The books are in full color, and chock full of photos, documents, newspaper clips, genealogy charts and other family artifacts. Learn how to put together a beautifully formatted book, how to print copies at a very reasonable price, and how to publish and make your book available to others.
Michelle Bray Wilson has been active in the genealogy community for more than a dozen years. She speaks throughout the Midwest, most frequently on genetic genealogy, French Canada, ancient ancestry, and creating family history books. She is a former president of CAGGNI, the Computer Assisted Genealogy Group of Northern Illinois, and is currently Registrar at a local DAR chapter. An engineer by training, Michelle consults for the medical device manufacturing industry, and has recently begun accepting a limited number of clients in the genealogy space.
Meeting Location: Nichols Library – Community Room (Lower Level)
(200 W Jefferson Ave, Naperville, IL)
6:30 PM Refreshments / 7:00 PM Program
Note: This will be an in-person meeting. Members will have access to a recording of the presentation for a limited time after the meeting.