Lori Lee Sauber will be presenting:
Plain Quakers Colorful Lives
Learn how to confidently tell a colorful story to accompany the black and white evidence for our 19th Century ancestors. Follow a research trail that focuses on setting a sensory stage in addition to the usual monochromatic vital records. Explore using non-genealogical resources as Lori Lee develops the compelling story of 19th century Quaker, Rebecca RATLIFF. Learn about macro- versus micro-research approaches while exploring “hidden” non-government-issued documentation. The audience will leave excited to choose an infamous ancestor and tell their story in rich, and historically documented detail. A Quick Hits Handout of “colorful” websites is provided.