On Saturday, March 21, the New York Irish History Roundtable will present a lecture by Daniel Lynch about how to unlock the hidden power of Google to improve family history searches. Lynch, a professional genealogist and technology expert, will include examples from his own Irish research and provide tips for use in genealogy, history, and additional fields.
The 2:00 p.m. program will be held at the Fordham Law School Auditorium, at 140 West 62nd Street, in Manhattan. There is no fee to attend, but a $3 donation is suggested for refreshments.
The New York Irish History Roundtable, begun in 1984, sponsors lectures, walking tours, scholarships and genealogy workshops. More information about Roundtable activities and membership is available at http://www.irishnyhistory.org/.
William L. Keogan
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