(Rescheduled from April 2018)
The presentation will address the importance and usage of maps in genealogical research, how changing boundaries affect where you find ancestry records, and where you can find relevant maps online and in local repositories. Examples will be drawn largely from Delaware but the concepts and techniques will be of interest to all genealogists.
Speaker: Reese Robinson, who serves on the Board of Governors of the Delaware Genealogical Society and as the DGS Webmaster, is a technology management consultant whose family tree is well-rooted in Delaware. Reese authors a blog about Delaware Genealogy (Nanticoke River Roots).