Minnesota Genealogical Society
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Presented by Jean Wilcox Hibben, PhD, MA, sponsored by the Minnesota Genealogical Society.
a virtual program from the comfort of your desk.
Farming is said to provide the backbone of America; nowhere is this more accurate than in the heartland of America. While many immediately think of Wisconsin, when talking about midwestern farming, Minnesota has a unique history in agriculture. Was your family part of the farming community? Learn how the farmer contributed to the country’s way of life, ways to research farm values and records, and why the farming ancestor and farm family are to be revered and respected. After this webinar, no one should use the phrase, “my ancestor was JUST a farmer”!
About the Speaker:
Jean Wilcox Hibben, PhD, MA, former So. Cal. college speech professor (MA – Speech Communication; PhD – Folklore), is a national speaker and author. A member of the DAR she is the former director and current staff trainer for the Corona, CA Family History Center, has worked on background research for two genealogy television programs, and was a host for podcasts on social history. A former Board Certified genealogist with over 40 years of research experience, she is a former board member of APG and past president of its So. Cal. Chapter, President of the Corona Genealogical Society as well as webmaster for that same organization, and has participated on a number of other society boards. Jean writes the “Aunty Jeff” column for the Informer, the newsletter of the Jefferson County NY Genealogical Society.
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