Southern Arizona Genealogy Society
State of Arizona
Land acquired through the 1854 Gadsden Purchase, between the United States and Mexico, defined the southern most portion of Arizona.
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Beginner's Genealogy SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Thursday, August 25
Beginner's Genealogy SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
We all have to start someplace and when we do, it is very helpful to have some help. This group is designed to be just that – a support group to provide you with some direction and tips for your research.
SIG Leader:  Jon Otto
 
SAGS Members:  click HERE for the Zoom link. (This link will not work unless you are logged in to our website.)
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



Saturday, September 10
Pima County Genealogy Society - Workshop  (Non SAGS Events)
9:30 am to 2:00 pm
HYBRID: Truly Nolan Leadership Training Center & ZOOM
 
DIGGING UP THE DEAD:  DEATH RECORDS
When death certificates fail us, obituaries are sought-after documents. They can provide a wealth of information and in hard times, can help us solve family mysteries. But what other publications are available when looking for an ancestor's record of death?
Featured Speaker:  Shannon Combs-Bennett
 
Cost:  Members: $15;  Non-Members: $25.  For more details and to register, click HERE.


FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Wednesday, September 14
FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
Explore the features of FTM with a hands-on approach!
An email with the ZOOM meeting link will be sent out approximately 5 days prior to the meeting to those on the group email list.  To have your name added to the group list, send an email to webmgr@azsags.org.
SIG Leader:  Karen Feeney
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


Beginner's Genealogy SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Thursday, September 22
Beginner's Genealogy SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
We all have to start someplace and when we do, it is very helpful to have some help. This group is designed to be just that – a support group to provide you with some direction and tips for your research.
SIG Leader:  Jon Otto
 
SAGS Members:  click HERE for the Zoom link. (This link will not work unless you are logged in to our website.)
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950
Wednesday, October 5
Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950  (Classes)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
A SERIES OF 5 WEEKLY CLASSES FROM OCT. 5 THRU & NOV. 2
Census records are one of the most used records by genealogists. Many people take a quick look at census records to verify that their ancestors lived at a certain place at a given time. But census records offer much more. With a little work, you can even use the early population censuses to provide information to supplement your family history. During this 5 week course, we will conduct a thorough analysis of the U.S. census. We will study its history, context for its use, the enumerators, and analyze how to squeeze all data possible from population and special use censuses. We will examine the strengths and weakness of the censuses and search for substitutes when we can't locate a census.
 
TODAY'S TOPIC:  History, Context and Use of Census in Genealogy and Family History
PRESENTER:  Debra Kabinier
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Wednesday, October 12
FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
Explore the features of FTM with a hands-on approach!
An email with the ZOOM meeting link will be sent out approximately 5 days prior to the meeting to those on the group email list.  To have your name added to the group list, send an email to webmgr@azsags.org.
SIG Leader:  Karen Feeney
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950
Wednesday, October 12
Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950  (Classes)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
A SERIES OF 5 WEEKLY CLASSES FROM OCT. 5 THRU NOV. 2
Census records are one of the most used records by genealogists. Many people take a quick look at census records to verify that their ancestors lived at a certain place at a given time. But census records offer much more. With a little work, you can even use the early population censuses to provide information to supplement your family history. During this 5 week course, we will conduct a thorough analysis of the U.S. census. We will study its history, context for its use, the enumerators, and analyze how to squeeze all data possible from population and special use censuses. We will examine the strengths and weakness of the censuses and search for substitutes when we can't locate a census.
 
TODAY'S TOPIC:  Early Population Census:  1790 - 1840
PRESENTER:  Debra Kabinier
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950
Wednesday, October 19
Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950  (Classes)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
A SERIES OF 5 WEEKLY CLASSES FROM OCT. 5 THRU NOV. 2
Census records are one of the most used records by genealogists. Many people take a quick look at census records to verify that their ancestors lived at a certain place at a given time. But census records offer much more. With a little work, you can even use the early population censuses to provide information to supplement your family history. During this 5 week course, we will conduct a thorough analysis of the U.S. census. We will study its history, context for its use, the enumerators, and analyze how to squeeze all data possible from population and special use censuses. We will examine the strengths and weakness of the censuses and search for substitutes when we can't locate a census.
 
TODAY'S TOPIC:  Modern Population Census:  1850 - 1950
PRESENTER:  Debra Kabinier
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950
Wednesday, October 26
Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950  (Classes)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
A SERIES OF 5 WEEKLY CLASSES FROM OCT. 5 THRU NOV. 2
Census records are one of the most used records by genealogists. Many people take a quick look at census records to verify that their ancestors lived at a certain place at a given time. But census records offer much more. With a little work, you can even use the early population censuses to provide information to supplement your family history. During this 5 week course, we will conduct a thorough analysis of the U.S. census. We will study its history, context for its use, the enumerators, and analyze how to squeeze all data possible from population and special use censuses. We will examine the strengths and weakness of the censuses and search for substitutes when we can't locate a census.
 
TODAY'S TOPIC:  Census Substitutes & Addressing Other Census Problems
PRESENTER:  Debra Kabinier
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950
Wednesday, November 2
Examination of U.S. Population & Special Censuses: 1790 – 1950  (Classes)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
ZOOM MEETING
A SERIES OF 5 WEEKLY CLASSES FROM OCT. 5 THRU NOV. 2
Census records are one of the most used records by genealogists. Many people take a quick look at census records to verify that their ancestors lived at a certain place at a given time. But census records offer much more. With a little work, you can even use the early population censuses to provide information to supplement your family history. During this 5 week course, we will conduct a thorough analysis of the U.S. census. We will study its history, context for its use, the enumerators, and analyze how to squeeze all data possible from population and special use censuses. We will examine the strengths and weakness of the censuses and search for substitutes when we can't locate a census.
 
TODAY'S TOPIC:  Special Non-Population Census
PRESENTER:  Debra Kabinier
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Wednesday, November 9
FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
Explore the features of FTM with a hands-on approach!
An email with the ZOOM meeting link will be sent out approximately 5 days prior to the meeting to those on the group email list.  To have your name added to the group list, send an email to webmgr@azsags.org.
SIG Leader:  Karen Feeney
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Wednesday, December 14
FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
Explore the features of FTM with a hands-on approach!
An email with the ZOOM meeting link will be sent out approximately 5 days prior to the meeting to those on the group email list.  To have your name added to the group list, send an email to webmgr@azsags.org.
SIG Leader:  Karen Feeney
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.