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Special Interest Groups

Following is a list of the many Special Interest Groups (SIG) that meet at the library. SIG meetings can be attended by everyone - the public is invited. See the SIG Policy below to consider starting your own!

  • Researching in the British Isles: England, Wales, Scotland, and Scots-Irish.

  • Presentations cover all aspects of Genetic Genealogy and provide a forum for discussion as well as time for answering any related questions.

  • Whether you are new and just getting started or have more involved questions, we will try to help you find the answers.

  • Whether you are considering a move to Family Tree Maker, just starting to use it, or have been using it for years, you will find value in the special interest group focused on Family Tree Maker genealogy software.

  • Join us for a monthly support group where we help each other find information about a family line.

  • This SIG is intended to be a source of information and inspiration for anyone with German-speaking ancestors.

  • We focus on the state of Illinois, but the research techniques can be used when researching any state.

  • Currently inactive. Facilitators needed. Please contact us if you are interested.

  • Ciao to everyone interested in Italian genealogy research.

  • Join us to talk about your genealogy questions and help provide support to others.

  • Researching Mexican ancestry within the regions of Mexico, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California and below

  • Using Photoshop Elements graphics program to enhance your photos and genealogy projects.

  • The Virginia Group will discuss the history of Virginia and explore various methods to do sound genealogy research.

  • This is a peer group of genealogists, who meet to learn about writing and to share our writing with each other.

Policy on Special Interest Groups (SIG)
In order to provide its membership comprehensive opportunities for learning and involvement in genealogy, the Genealogical Forum of Oregon, Inc. (hereafter Forum) will encourage special interest groups (hereafter SIG) on any topic related to genealogy by hosting SIG meetings in its facilities at no charge, and by encouraging Forum members to form and participate in such groups. A SIG of the Forum may be formed by any member or group of members, and its chair, or one of its co-chairs, must be a Forum member, but SIG membership may not be limited to Forum members.

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