If you’ve ever struggled to find relatives of a person you’re profiling or verify a source’s story, we’re putting together a webinar that’s sure to help.
Paul Parker of the Providence Journal will explain how to use genealogy records as a reporting tool. Using popular sites like Ancestry.com and lesser-known pages like cyndislist.com, journalists can track down original documents that tie people to places, events, and institutions.
Parker will explain how he used online records in his story "A letter from England."
The webinar will be pre-recorded and uploaded to the IRE webinar page.
If you have questions or topics you’d like Parker to address in his presentation, please email them to IRE web editor Sarah Hutchins at email@example.com. The deadline to submit questions is March 31 at 5 p.m.
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