Dr. Jeanette Gabriel, U Nebraska, Omaha, will address Blue Hills Unitarian-Universalists Sunday, April 2nd, examining the strengths and limitations of online genealogy research. Practical advice will be shared to research family history and find information important to you. Dr. Gabriel points out that “Many have explored family histories online, but the information can be confusing.” Individual family stories will be considered within the larger context of local, regional and national history.
Dr. Gabriel is a Wisconsin native, currently the Director of the Schwalb Center for Israel and Jewish Studies at the U Nebraska-Omaha. She received her PhD in Social Studies Education from University of Iowa, after an MD in Labor, Employment Relations at Rutgers University, and a BA in History UW-Madison. Her current research interests involve studying collaboration and conflict between ethnic groups, such as Jewish and Arab populations in Israel as well as Black and Jewish communities in the Midwest.
Blue Hills UU Sunday Services begin at 10 a.m. All are invited to be with us in our sanctuary, 230 W. Messenger, Rice Lake, or on Zoom. The Zoom link is sent to members; all others interested may request it from email@example.com. Gathering for fellowship & coffee after the service is encouraged. https://bluehillsuu.org