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Barbara Becker Meehan, MLIS
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Speaking on genealogical topics to a variety of audiences.

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Upcoming Engagements

Background

  • 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 2003
  • Speaker, Gann Society's Annual Meeting, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 2003
  • Speaker, Grand Lake Ancestor Fair, Grove, Oklahoma, 2003
  • 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 2004
  • 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

Topics*

  • 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
* Inquire about the development of additional topics.






Barbara Becker Meehan, MLIS • 4712 S. 66th East Ave., Tulsa, OK   74145-5821 • (918)280-0991
bbmeehan@desktopgenerations.com

Last modified: 2/24/13

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