TOPIC: Unlocking Notation Codes on Alien Pasenger Lists WHEN: Saturday, November 20, 2021 TIME: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM This is a ZOOM meeting. The attendance is limited, so please request access using the form...Read More
Italian Genealogy with Friends
Mary DeMatteo Sangalang, Founder and Chair
…over the years we’ve had fieldtrips to museums, libraries, and even Roslyn’s ethnic cemetery! I’m very proud that we have supported each other in our quest to find our Italian ancestors, sharing tips, resources, and celebrating successes.
Join us while we help each other research our family histories:
- Share your successes and discoveries with friends.
- Everyone is welcome for continuous or periodic research support.
- Keep up to date on the latest local Italian genealogy activities
As a group we share what we’ve learned:
- How to get started.
- Discover what works.
- Don’t repeat our mistakes.
- What to do when you hit a brick wall.
- Get new perspectives on how to solve your research issues.
- Discover online Italian genealogical sources.
SPECIAL PRESENTATION – Elizabeth Williams Gomoll, CB
Unlocking Notation Codes on Alien Passenger Lists
WHEN: November 20, 2021
TIME: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
This is a ZOOM meeting. The attendance is limited, so please request access using this FORM.
Late 19th and early 20th-century alien passenger manifests often contain cryptic number and letter codes. Most genealogists simply look past them. Learn how to interpret these codes and what significant details they can reveal about your ancestor’s immigration and naturalization experience. The presentation is heavily illustrated with examples from actual alien passenger lists and the handout provides a fairly complete glossary of the terms, codes, and abbreviations used on them.
Elizabeth Williams Gomoll, CG, is co-editor of the Minnesota Genealogist quarterly journal. Liz is immediate past president of the Association for Professional Genealogists Northland Chapter and has served several terms on the Minnesota Genealogical Society Board of Directors. She currently chairs one MGS committee and is a member of several national and ethnic genealogy societies. Liz recently published two books: a collection of WWI letters and photographs called With Love to All, a co-authored guide called Husförhörslängder, Swedish Household Examination Records. She researches and lectures professionally as Red Bird Genealogy Services (www.RedBirdGen.com). In addition, Liz plays flute and piccolo professionally and holds a private pilot’s license.
TOPIC: Italian Enclaves in the USWHEN: Saturday, January 15, 2022TIME: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM Discussion and presentation on where Italians came from and where they settled in the USA.(Givonna, Mike M., Sheeley, Frankie, Judith...Read More
TOPIC: Italian Courtship TraditionsWHEN: Saturday, February 19, 2022TIME: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM This is a ZOOM meeting. The attendance is limited, so please request access using the form below. The ZOOM link will be...Read More
TOPIC: Names Distribution in Italy WHEN: Saturday, March 19, 2022 TIME: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM This is a ZOOM meeting. The attendance is limited, so please request access using the form below. The ZOOM...Read More
We are a Special Interest Group of the
Eastside Genealogical Society.