Wednesday, January 16, 2013

CGSSD Meeting on Saturday, 19 January Features Donna Bradley


The Computer Genealogy Society of San Diego meets on the 3rd Saturday of each month (except December) from 9:00 a.m. to noon on the campus of UCSD, University of California, San Diego. See our web page www.cgssd.org  for directions.

The next meeting will be held on 19 January 2013 from 9:00 am to noon. Here are the details:


9:00 - User group: Family Tree Maker with Ken Robison

          SIG: Beginning Computer Genealogy 101 with Judy Jiru

10:00 - Break, refreshments.

10:20 - Announcements followed by program:



Researching Your Native American Ancestry on the Internet

By Donna Bradley



Where do you go and how do you find Native American genealogy on the internet?  We will be discussing how to find Native Americans on census records, in books, on government documents as well as on the Indian Rolls.

Donna Bradley is an author, genealogist, historian and Native American.  She has worked with several tribal enrollment departments both for enrollment and disenrollment. She is the author of Native Americans of San Diego County and is currently writing another book. She has given several lectures and has taught genealogy on a beginning and intermediate level. Donna has been a professional genealogist for over 20 years and is a member in good standing with the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG). Although she has worked in many aspects of the field, she specializes in Native American Genealogy which is one of the most difficult areas in the profession to locate and prove.

We meet at the Robinson Auditorium complex on the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) campus in La Jolla. From North Torrey Pines Road, turn at Pangea Drive into UCSD. Free parking is available in the parking garage on the left; use any space other than those specifically reserved for UCSD vehicles. Signs will mark directions to our meeting room. Please refer to our website www.cgssd.org; or the Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies website (click here) for driving directions and a map.


1 comment:

Coni Dubois said...

I wish I knew abt this sooner - My name is Coni Dubois - I have been working on the Northeastern tribes for 20+ years (royalty bloodlines) of NY, MA, Mi, CT, RI, Long Island & Block Island - my work can be found at: www.conidubois.wordpress.com - Bummed I can't make this~