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Tuesday, March 14
Tuesday Lunch and Learn  (Tuesday Lunch and Learn)
12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Sahyun Library, Community Room
Bring an ancestor and let's look at our library resources to find records or information for that person.
 
Bring your lunch and questions and let's talk genealogy.
 


Thursday, March 23
Webinar - Incorporating Social History into your research  (Webinar)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Online
‚ÄčMichael Lacopo
More information can be found on our webinar page
 
 


Friday, March 24 through Friday, October 27
DNA Lunch and Learn  (Special Interest Groups)
12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Sahyun Library, Community Room

DNA Lunch and Learn – 4th Friday of Each Month  

Noon – 2:00 p.m.

Location: Sahyun Library, Community Room 

(bring your lunch)

 

 

Need more resolutions for 2016? Consider adding these DNA related “goals” for the New Year, courtesy The Legal Genealogist, Judy Russell

 

Free one-on-one help available for SBCGS members.  Contact Mary E Hall at just23gen@gmail.com or Paul Cochet at sbcgsdnaproject@gmail.com.

 

Visit SBCGS webpage for DNA handouts:

 




2017 Salt Lake City Research Trip
Wednesday, April 5 through Wednesday, April 12
2017 Salt Lake City Research Trip   (SBCGS Events)
Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah
2017 Salt Lake City Research Trip
April 5 - 12, 2017


Saturday, April 15
How Genealogy Can Revive Mary and Thomas Nichols, Nearly Erased From History  (Monthly Meetings)
9:30 am
First Presbyterian Church, State and Constance
General Meeting and Program: Saturday, April 15, 2017
Guest Speaker: Dr. Patricia Cline Cohen
Patricia Cline Cohen, Professor Emerita of History at UCSB, is writing a biography of an unusual couple, Mary and Thomas Nichols, who became prominent in the 1850s for their challenge to traditional patriarchal marriage which they argued was bad for both women and men. State-regulated lifelong monogamy made spouses into prisoners, they claimed. Marriage needed to be based on egalitarian principles fostered by mutual love, and if love faded, partners (and especially women) should be free to go and to follow their hearts. Their radical views attracted abundant negative newspaper coverage. They were especially spurned by the leaders of the emerging Woman’s Rights movement who feared that the Nicholses’ emphasis on women’s sexual autonomy would damage their own movement. Shunned by those who in theory could have been close allies, they moved to England in 1861, never to return. Their disappearance ensured that they would be left out of early histories of 19th century reformers; their letters were not purposely saved and archived. With the use of genealogical sources and methods, Pat Cohen has been able to restore their life stories and to understand how and why these two came to (and lived by) their radical ideas.

Patricia Cline Cohen was a member of UCSB’s History Department from 1976 to 2014 and taught early American History with emphasis on the history of women. She is the author of three books, including another genealogically-inspired work, The Murder of Helen Jewett: The Life and Death of a Prostitute in Nineteenth-Century New York (1998). Recently she served as President of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic. She has given talks to various Central Coast genealogical societies, and keynoted an annual meeting of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society on the research methods of her book on Helen Jewett. Pat has done research for two episodes of "Who Do You Think You Are?" and she appeared in one of them, in 2014, meeting with celebrity guest Cynthia Nixon in a ghostly decommissioned state penitentiary in Missouri. SBCGS welcomes members and the community to the General Meeting on Saturday, February 18, 2017, at the First Presbyterian Church, State and Constance. Special Interest Groups meet at 9:30 a.m. The short monthly meeting starts at 10:30 and the featured speakers begin their talks at 11 a.m.



Thursday, June 8 through Sunday, June 11
Southern California Genealogy Jamboree  (Other Genealogical Events)
Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Burbank, California
48th Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree
Hunting Your Heritage
Friday, June 9 through Sunday, June 11, 2017
 
5th Annual SCGS Genetic Genealogy Conference
Diving Into DNA
Thursday, June 8, 2017