- Friday January 10, as part of the Association of Professional Genealogists' Professional Management Conference, "The Story of the Story of Jethro: The Making of an NGSQ Article":
Workshop Summary: A finished article in a top-tier genealogy publication normally shows some ways of cracking a tough research problem. But it necessarily omits much of the research, writing, editing, and agonizing that went into its creation. Workshop attendees will review and discuss the logic, structure, writing, omitted research, and more of a recent article in the National Genealogical Society Quarterly. Not all professionals will write for NGSQ or similar publications, but the writing and thought habits needed for such articles make it other genealogical writing and editing easier.
- One day during the week of January 13-17, as part of the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy's Advanced Evidence Practicum, a western Pennsylvania problem from the 1800s: finding parents by analyzing and correlating evidence to prove or disprove a family story.
Harold Henderson, "My upcoming workshops in January 2014," Midwestern Microhistory: A Genealogy Blog, posted 13 September 2013 (http://midwesternmicrohistory.blogspot.com : viewed [date]). [Please feel free to link to the specific post if you prefer.]