Janee Probst began her genealogical journey at age 18 using pedigree charts and floppy disks. In 2017, she received her Certificate in Family History Research from BYU-Idaho and in 2019; Janee received her Bachelor’s degree specializing in Family History. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and owner of Dearly Departed Genealogical Services.
Escape Into The Census - Janee Probst; Basic, Intermediate, Presented to the Youth; (Friday at 11:30 AM & Saturday at 10:15 AM)
You can’t escape the census! This is a hands-on, interactive exploration of the census. See the census in a larger-than-life format. Come and learn how each line of the census can be a clue into solving the mystery of a family. Through learning activities, you will discover the who, where, and how that tell the stories of families back in the day. Did they rent or own? Where did their mother and father come from? Find out why it all matters and have some fun.
Stake your claim with FamilySearch Research Wiki – Janee Probst; Basic, Intermediate, Advanced, Presented to the Youth; (Friday at 2:00 PM & Saturday at 3:15 PM)
No ghost town here! Welcome to the mother lode of genealogical information! Come and discover the gold mine of research information found in FamilySearch Research Wiki. Stake your claim now. We will look at many of the valuable nuggets of information that lay buried on the pages of the Research Wiki tool such as vital records, county and court records, different websites, and other libraries to look through, including wars and maps. During this excursion, I will guide you, step by step, to the different areas that Research Wiki has to offer and how easy this tool is to use.