Genealogy classes and training, How-to resources . . .
National Institute on Genealogical Research
Incorporated in 1989, the Institute is now an independent, private, non-profit corporation. The Institute's program takes an in-depth look at federal records of genealogical value located primarily in the Washington, D.C. area. The program is geared to experienced researchers (genealogists, historians, librarians, archivists). It is not an introductory course in genealogy.
Unique home study system: How-to do 73% of your genealogy research from your home in your pajamas -- using your computer, the Internet, and your kitchen table.
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