Reading German Handwriting A Hidden Heritage: German Immigrants to America (Regional Societies)
Due to COVID-19 we have made the decision to host our Fall seminar virtually on two different Saturdays on Zoom. Cost will be $20 for each day or $35 if you register for both days.
The Ohio Chapter of Palatines to America announces its Fall German Genealogy Seminar. We are honored to present Claire Gebben, presenting two sessions each on successive Saturdays, October 24 and 31. Registration is now open for either day or both at https://oh-palam.org/registernow.php. Click here to download a flier including information about each day’s sessions.
Claire Gebben is the author of a memoir and an historical novel and has written articles, stories and essays for numerous publications. Her memoir How We Survive Here (2018) is the story of the discovery of several dozen letters written between 1841-1900 in Old German script by her ancestors, which propelled her on a transatlantic quest to learn the truth about their lives. More information about Ms. Gebben can be found on her website at http://clairegebben.com.
Founded in 1975, Palatines to America promotes the study of Germanic immigration to North America, publish information of general interest, and provides a means for members to exchange information and share research. Palatines to America currently has chapters in Colorado, Indiana, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Information about the Oho Chapter can be found at https://oh-palam.org/. Follow us on facebook for the latest information of Chapter news and activities