The Midwest African American Genealogy Institute (MAAGI) is pleased to announce that registration is open for virtual classes from July 11-13, 2023. Click HERE to register
Registrants can select from four educational Tracks available over three days for the intense study of African American Genealogy:
Track 1A: Fundamental Research Methods and Strategies
“Research, Analyze, Formulated the Question and Learn”
1B: Methods and Strategies for Slave Era Research
“Learn New Strategies to explore and analyze Slave Era Resources.
Track 2A: DNA & Genealogy – This is a beginner class with a focus on understanding the various DNA testing sites and how to analyze DNA results.
2B: DNA & Genealogy - This class is for individuals that have grasped the fundamentals of DNA testing and are offered strategies to analyze results and delve into the use of third-party tools.
Track 3: Intermediate Genealogy: Pre & Post Slavery Era Research
“Skill building, methodology, technology enhancement, researching slave records”
Track 4: Freedmen of the Five Tribes: Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Seminole Genealogy – “Learn the methods of researching and documenting your history”
REASONS TO ATTEND MAAGI
- Improve your research methodology and enhance your critical thinking skills in research analysis.
- Learn from nationally recognized genealogy lecturers
- Obtain consultation, instruction, and analysis from experienced faculty.
- Network: Join a unique group in the evening for problem-solving and discussion of classwork
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