JAMB-inc. (audio recordings available for genealogy conference lectures)
Fleetwood Onsite Conference Recordings (audio recordings available for genealogy conference lectures)
- Speaker, Federation of Genealogical Societies Annual Conference, Birmingham, Alabama, September 2012
- T-223 "Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes"
- F-301 "American Indian Genealogy Research Using FamilySearch"
- F-350 "Information Overload: Organizing Your Genealogy Records"
- Featured Speaker, Archuleta County Ancestor Fair, Pagosa Springs, Colorado, August 2010
- Speaker, Federation of Genealogical Societies Annual Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, September 2009
- W-14 "How To Be a Power Hitter"
- F-107 "Oklahoma's Settlement. Territorial Homestead and Allotment Records"
Speaker, Cherokee Ancestry Conference, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, June 2006, June 2008, * June 2011
Speaker, Cherokee Heritage Center Workshop,
"Electronic Genealogy," Tahlequah, Oklahoma, November
- Speaker, Gann Society's Annual Meeting, Tulsa, Oklahoma,
Speaker, Grand Lake Ancestor Fair, Grove,
Speaker, Tulsa City-County Library Family
History Month, since 2002
Instructor, Tulsa Community College,
Continuing Education Special Interest classes in genealogy 1999 - 2004
Instructor, beginning genealogy course
at Boston Avenue United Methodist Church's School of Continuing
Education since 1994
Speaker, Tulsa Genealogical Society
mini workshops and society meeting programs
Speaker, Claremore Ancestor Fair, Muskogee
GS, BAGS, Rogers County Genealogical Society, 1998
- Speaker, Tulsa City-County Library genealogy programs, since January
Featured Speaker, Laclede County Genealogical
Society, Lebannon, Missouri, 1996
- Luncheon Speaker for Colonial Dames of the 17th Century,
Lion's Club, Kiwanitas and other community groups
- What's New With FamilySearch﬩>
- Deutsche Vorfahren. German Ancestors
- Oklahoma's Settlement. Territorial Homestead and Allotment Records
- Information Overload. Organizing Your Genealogy Records
- How Do You Know? Understanding Evidence and Source Citations
- How to Be a Power Hitter. Improve Your Online Searching Skills
- Attending a National Genealogy Conference (with Kathy Huber, MLS)
- Genealogy Software
- Backtracking Through the U.S. Federal Census, 1930 - 1790
- Effective Use of the 1930 Federal Census
- Can't Get There From Here?
- Genealogy and the Internet
- Long Distance Genealogy
- Can You Find Your Family Tree on the Internet?
- Using the Family History Center
- Finding Your Family in the Federal Census
- The Story of Indian Territory
- Researching Non-Indians in Indian Territory
- Effective Use of City Directories
- Native American Ancestry
- Using the Dawes Rolls
- A Trip to Tulsa. Genealogical Research in Tulsa