YOU’LL LOVE THIS IF:
- You want to know what resources are available for Indiana genealogy
- You’ve hit a brick wall in your Indiana roots and need some fresh ideas to move forward
- You’ve got roots in Fort Wayne and want to know about some city-specific resources
From Indianapolis to greater Chicago, whether your ancestors were early settles to the Northwest Territory or French-Canadian fur traders, German immigrants or members of the Iroquois nation, this is the course for you. Head toward your Hoosier State heritage in this week-long power course.
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 dust a crop field, 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.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- Brief history of the state, including immigration and details regarding ethnic groups
- Unique repositories and top websites for Indiana
- Where to find vital, military, land and other records
- A breakdown of Indiana counties, including info on historical maps
- Records and resources specific to Fort Wayne
WHAT YOU’LL RECEIVE:
- One-hour Indiana Genealogy Crash Course video
- PDF guide on Indiana 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 Indiana 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 family in Fort Wayne
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.