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Discover Your Japanese American Roots - Online Workshop - Genealogy Basics-Getting Started, Identifying Your Ancestral Japanese Hometown..Newly Listed

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Date: Saturday, 8 February, 2020       Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Japanese American National Museum (janm.org)
100 N. Central Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012
USA

Phone: (213) 625-0414
Website: Click to Visit

A comprehensive online workshop covering genealogy basics such as getting started, identifying your ancestral Japanese hometown, obtaining and utilizing family documents, and determining the meaning behind surnames and family crests-all the tools you need to discover your roots.

This workshop will be presented online only in three sessions using the Zoom video conferencing platform. You will be able to access it using a desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device using PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android operating systems. You will need to download a desktop client or mobile app prior to the session. Participants will be emailed instructions for access, as well as materials to be used for the sessions, so please make sure to check the email address that you provide when registering.

$20 for members and $25 for non-members, includes materials. RSVP early, 100 students max.

Session 1: Saturday, February 8
Session 2: Saturday, February 15
Session 3: Saturday, February 22

All three sessions are 10 a.m.-11 a.m.

NOTE: If you are unable to attend any of the sessions, we will make recordings available for a limited time for those who register only. Information on how to access the videos will be emailed to workshop registrants.




Saturday, 8 February, 2020

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Your Japanese American Roots
Website: Click to Visit

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