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Presented by Annette Burke Lyttle, sponsored by the Irish Genealogical Society International.
Movement from the United States to Canada was unrestricted and unrecorded until April 1908. The U.S. only began recording the entry of Canadians along its northern border in 1894. Before that, many thousands of people, including our Celtic ances-tors, lived cross-border lives without visas, work permits, passports, or immigration records. Learn how to find these elusive ancestors.
About the Speaker:
Annette owns Heritage Detective, LLC, providing professional genealogical services in research, education, and writing. She loves helping people uncover and share their family stories. Annette speaks on a variety of genealogical topics at the nation-al, state, and local levels.
She has a master's degree in English and a bachelor's degree in journalism and is president of the Association of Professional Genealogists. Annette has been re-searching her family since high school and she has been a full-time genealogist since 2012.
Her genealogical education has included the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh, the British Institute, the ProGen Study Group, and the National Genealogical Society Quarterly Study Group. She is coordinator of the Virtual Intermediate Foundations course for the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG). She leads the year-long Best Practices Study Group and is editor of The Florida Genealogist.
$15 for IGSI members (Discount Code sent to members via email and posted on member-only webpage link); $25 for non-members
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