Back by popular demand, acclaimed genealogist Sandra Taitt-Eaddy will lead a three-part virtual series beginning October 13, focused on African American and Caribbean genealogy. October is National Family History month, a great time to kick-start your own family history research or learn new sources and methods to help with your ongoing genealogy work.
Originally from Barbados, Sandra Taitt-Eaddy is a Greater Hartford-based genealogist, educator, and public speaker who is on a mission to help others experience the joys of family history research and, in her words, to “give voice to our ancestors who were neglected in the annals of history.”
Sandra is a professional genealogist with over 25 years of genealogy experience, and she uses this knowledge to inspire others to discover as much as possible about their own histories. Her work has earned the Barbados Consul General’s “Change Award” and has been featured on PBS’s hit genealogy series Finding Your Roots, hosted by Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Part Three: Analyzing the Data and Documenting Your Family History – Assess and draw important conclusions from the evidence and record your exciting discoveries.
$20 per session or $50 for the entire series