From a young age, Steven wondered who volunteered him to be the family historian. Putting pieces together and filling in the gaps is fun. Visiting far-away places, exploring different centuries, learning about new ethnic groups, and unraveling family lore make genealogy worthwhile. But sometimes it can be confusing – strange terms, conflicting information, and relatives who are unable or unwilling to share. What do you do?
Join Steven at GRIP 2020
Due to COVID-19, courses at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) will be presented virtually.
Join Steven as he presents classes in the Exploring American Quaker Records with Annette Burke Lyttle. The course will be held from 21-26 June. It will contain 18, 75-minutes classes with extensive handouts. Explore Quakers from their roots in the American colonies, to their settlement & migrations patterns, and marvel at their amazing records. So this year – ditch the car trip, air flight, and dorm housing – and come find the Quaker hiding in your family tree.
Detailed Course Summary: Exploring American Quaker Records
GRIP Course Information: GRIP 2020 Courses
2016 Award Winner
The Fellows of the American Society of Genealogists granted their annual ASG Scholar Award to Steven W. Morrison.