James L.   Tanner

Is a retired attorney and business owner with over 33 years of experience in genealogical research. James was an intelligence officer during the Vietnam War, has a BA Degree in Spanish, a Masters Degree in Linguistics from the University of Utah, and a JD Degree in Law from Arizona State University.

Schedule

April 17, 2017
9:00 am : The New York Public Library Online

(All Levels) The New York Public Library is one of the largest libraries in the United States and its benefit to genealogists comes from its world-class collection of genealogically significant records. Come to this class and learn about the vast online collections available to researchers.

 
10:00 am : Research in the New York State Archives

(All Levels) A significant portion of the immigrants to America came to or passed through New York City because of its strategic location. The New York State Archives have significant, genealogically valuable records pertaining to the state and its history. Come and learn.

 
11:00 am : A Guide to New York Resources Online

(All Levels) There number of New York related records online is truly astonishing. There is no way a single class can cover the entire subject, but this class will cover the major online sources for genealogically important documents and records.