Southern Arizona Genealogy Society
State of Arizona
Land acquired through the 1854 Gadsden Purchase, between the United States and Mexico, defined the southern most portion of Arizona.
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Thursday, June 27
Beginner's Genealogy Group  (Education)
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Hybrid Meeting: Green Valley Genealogy Library, & via Zoom
 
We all have to start someplace and when we do, it is very helpful to have some help. This group is designed to be just that – a support group to provide you with some direction and tips for your research. This group is open to non-members as well as current SAGS members – for more information, and to receive the Zoom meeting link, contact Jon Otto, Group Leader, at jonotto48@yahoo.com
 
In-person meeting location: Green Valley Genealogy Library, 665 S. Park Centre Ave., Green Valley, AZ 
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



Wednesday, July 10
FamilyTree Maker SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELED.
 


Thursday, July 25
Beginner's Genealogy Group  (Education)
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Hybrid Meeting: Green Valley Genealogy Library, & via Zoom
 
We all have to start someplace and when we do, it is very helpful to have some help. This group is designed to be just that – a support group to provide you with some direction and tips for your research. This group is open to non-members as well as current SAGS members – for more information, and to receive the Zoom meeting link, contact Jon Otto, Group Leader, at jonotto48@yahoo.com
 
In-person meeting location: Green Valley Genealogy Library, 665 S. Park Centre Ave., Green Valley, AZ 
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



Why It Matters to Family History SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Wednesday, August 7
Why It Matters to Family History SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
SIG Leader:  Debra Kabinier
A series of topics examines some of the important issues facing family historians as they gain information about their ancestors. Each session will be a set of slides examining the topic, followed by open discussions. All sessions will be held via Zoom.
 
This month's topic is:  Social History – Why It Matters
Social History studies the lives of ordinary people. We will investigate how our ancestors might have lived their lives.
 
Registration to attend each session is required – send an email to Deb Kabinier at debkabinier@gmail.com to register for each session. Several days prior to the meeting, you will receive an email that contains the Zoom link you'll need to attend.
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


Thursday, August 22
Beginner's Genealogy Group  (Education)
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Hybrid Meeting: Green Valley Genealogy Library, & via Zoom
 
We all have to start someplace and when we do, it is very helpful to have some help. This group is designed to be just that – a support group to provide you with some direction and tips for your research. This group is open to non-members as well as current SAGS members – for more information, and to receive the Zoom meeting link, contact Jon Otto, Group Leader, at jonotto48@yahoo.com
 
In-person meeting location: Green Valley Genealogy Library, 665 S. Park Centre Ave., Green Valley, AZ 
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



Why It Matters to Family History SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Wednesday, September 4
Why It Matters to Family History SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
SIG Leader:  Debra Kabinier
A series of topics examines some of the important issues facing family historians as they gain information about their ancestors. Each session will be a set of slides examining the topic, followed by open discussions. All sessions will be held via Zoom.
 
This month's topic is:  Medical Sciences – Why It Matters
Did your ancestors live long lives, or did they die young? Were there doctors or midwives in the community? Or did your ancestors depend on home remedies? Do the diseases of 200-300 years ago still survive today? If you have a death certificate –– can you read the codes on them? We look for these answers and others.
 
Registration to attend each session is required – send an email to Deb Kabinier at debkabinier@gmail.com to register for each session. Several days prior to the meeting, you will receive an email that contains the Zoom link you'll need to attend.
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


Thursday, September 26
Beginner's Genealogy Group  (Education)
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Hybrid Meeting: Green Valley Genealogy Library, & via Zoom
 
We all have to start someplace and when we do, it is very helpful to have some help. This group is designed to be just that – a support group to provide you with some direction and tips for your research. This group is open to non-members as well as current SAGS members – for more information, and to receive the Zoom meeting link, contact Jon Otto, Group Leader, at jonotto48@yahoo.com
 
In-person meeting location: Green Valley Genealogy Library, 665 S. Park Centre Ave., Green Valley, AZ 
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



Why It Matters to Family History SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Wednesday, October 2
Why It Matters to Family History SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
SIG Leader:  Debra Kabinier
A series of topics examines some of the important issues facing family historians as they gain information about their ancestors. Each session will be a set of slides examining the topic, followed by open discussions. All sessions will be held via Zoom.
 
This month's topic is:  Politics, the Law & the Courthouse – Why It Matters
Politics frames our lives – from local to national to international. A genealogist must investigate and understand the laws that stood at the time of their ancestors. Courthouses are important because they keep records.
 
Registration to attend each session is required – send an email to Deb Kabinier at debkabinier@gmail.com to register for each session. Several days prior to the meeting, you will receive an email that contains the Zoom link you'll need to attend.
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 


Thursday, October 24
Beginner's Genealogy Group  (Education)
3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Hybrid Meeting: Green Valley Genealogy Library, & via Zoom
 
We all have to start someplace and when we do, it is very helpful to have some help. This group is designed to be just that – a support group to provide you with some direction and tips for your research. This group is open to non-members as well as current SAGS members – for more information, and to receive the Zoom meeting link, contact Jon Otto, Group Leader, at jonotto48@yahoo.com
 
In-person meeting location: Green Valley Genealogy Library, 665 S. Park Centre Ave., Green Valley, AZ 
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.
 



Why It Matters to Family History SIG – MEMBERS ONLY
Wednesday, November 6
Why It Matters to Family History SIG – MEMBERS ONLY  (SIGs)
9:30 am to 11:30 am
ZOOM MEETING
SIG Leader:  Debra Kabinier
A series of topics examines some of the important issues facing family historians as they gain information about their ancestors. Each session will be a set of slides examining the topic, followed by open discussions. All sessions will be held via Zoom.
 
This month's topic is:  Critical Thinking – Why It Matters
Just collecting records about an ancestor does not tell their story. If we do not analyze the information, we fail as genealogists and family historians. Does the information we collected make sense? How does it tell a story? Are there missing periods of time? We will discuss methods to help facilitate critical thinking.
 
Registration to attend each session is required – send an email to Deb Kabinier at debkabinier@gmail.com to register for each session. Several days prior to the meeting, you will receive an email that contains the Zoom link you'll need to attend.
 
If you are not a SAGS member but would like to join, click HERE for more information.