Power Course: Georgia Genealogy

YOU’LL LOVE THIS IF:

  • You need resources for where to start your Georgia genealogy
  • You’re at a brick wall in finding your Peach State ancestors and need help to proceed
  • You have roots in Atlanta and want to know where to find records in the city

 

One of the original 13 Colonies, the history of Georgia is both broad and burdensome, marred by slavery, the Civil War, the Trail of Tears and a center for Civil Rights conflict. But don’t let the past deter you from digging into your roots–the Georgia soil is rich with records and all kinds of research-friendly material. In this course, we’ll provide everything you need to polish off your Peach State family tree.

Family Tree University Power Courses are designed to provide a concentrated dose of genealogy education on a single topic. Students have a week to go through approximately two hours of course material. In less time than it would take to eat a bucket of peaches,  you’ll boost your research and leave with new tips and tricks to help you find your ancestors. This course is self-led and does not contain any graded exercises, but instructors are available to answer any and every question you may post on the Discussion Board.

Tuition:

$39.99

Course Length:

7 Days

Start Date:

Get 7 Days of Access Immediately After You Register


WHAT YOU’LL LEARN: 

  • Brief history of the state, including immigration and details regarding ethnic groups
  • Unique repositories and top websites for Georgia
  • Where to find vital, military, land and other records
  • A breakdown of Georgia counties, including info on historical maps
  • Records and resources specific to Atlanta

WHAT YOU’LL RECEIVE:

  • One-hour Georgia Genealogy Crash Course video
  • PDF guide on Georgia Genealogy explaining how-tos, fast facts, key websites and resources, and a timeline of state history
  • In-depth PDF Sourcebook with a historical overview, record highlights, reference map with county boundaries, bibliography of Georgia state resources and directory of archives, libraries and societies—plus a breakdown of what records are available in each county and where to get them
  • PDF guide on finding your ancestors in Atlanta

WHAT YOU’LL NEED:

  •    This Power Course assumes you understand the basics principles of genealogy. The first course in our First Steps series–Discover Your Family Tree–will provide a helpful foundation for genealogy beginners.

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