Barbara A. H. Nuehring|
PO Box 190 - PMB 14016
Jefferson, OR 97352-0190
Please contact me by e-mail. I am a continuous traveler and snail-mail delivery is irregular.
Analytical tools and techniques
Traditional genealogical methodology
Exploiting Maps to Track Down Your Ancestors
Timelines: Understanding Your Ancestor’s World
Using Boxes to Think Outside the Box: Analytical Techniques Using Spreadsheets
Stumbling Blocks: Calendars and Penmanship
On-Site Research: Ready...Set...Go!
Researching Your European Ancestors Without Crossing the Pond
Researching Your German Ancestors Without Going to Europe
Go Beyond Words—Dress Up Your Family History
Digitize Your Genealogy: Relax! It is only Ones and Zeros
The Genealogical Research Cycle: 5 Steps for Guaranteed Success
Visual aids are integral to all presentations.
Speaker will supply laptop and digital projector.
Speaker requests a large screen, lectern, table and cordless lapel microphone.
A high quality resolution PDF of syllabus materials will be provided to the hosting society for reproduction prior to the event.
New lectures may be developed upon request.
Computerized Family History and Genealogy Conference - BYU, Provo, Utah
Clark County Nevada Genealogy Society Spring Seminar - Henderson, Nevada
Eastern Washington Genealogy Society Fall Seminar - Spokane, Washington
Palatines to America National Conference - Columbus, Ohio
Saddlebrook Genealogy Society Annual Seminar - Oro Valley, Arizona
Barbara Nuehring enjoys sharing her love of family history research and it is reflected in her seminars. Although not a professional genealogist—she has research and life experiences that have made her knowledgeable in particular areas of genealogy research.
Barbara has a BS in Business and after a successful career as a comptroller with the US Department of the Army, she has spent her time taking active roles in several organizations and researching her family history. Currently she and her husband travel full-time in their motor home, giving her ample opportunity to do on-site research and to make regular visits to the Family History Library. She is a member of the National Genealogical Society (NGS), Palatines to America (PALAM) and several local societies.