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Cliff Lamere, genealogy’s friend, is teaching an evening course called “Genealogy in New York State.”
It will begin on Wednesday January 30 and run for eight weeks. It will be a continuing education course taught 7-8:30 p.m. at South Colonie High School on Sand Creek Rd near Colonie Center.
“Learn to find genealogical records using the Internet and local venues within 40 miles, with an emphasis on local and state Dutch history as it applies to records. Subjects will include: accuracy,census research, NYS library and archive resources, health vital records, wills, church records, cemeteries, obituaries, directories,
copyright, and more.”
Full program catalog at http://www.southcolonieschools.org/docs/pdf/cont/ContEdFall07.pdf
Cliff operates a fabulous website, “Albany & Eastern New York Genealogy,” at: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~clifflamere/
On a personal note, Cliff announced this for “inexperienced genealogists,” however in my opinion, genealogists at all levels would be able to gain from his vast experience.