Here is an announcement from the Nashua Public Library:
The Internet is a powerful tool for tracing one’s roots and for finding information about one’s ancestors. On Thursday, Oct. 14, Laura G. Prescott will present a lecture [at the Nashua Public Library] that reviews the major genealogical Web sites, as well as some lesser-known sites, and then discusses the advantages and pitfalls of gathering genealogical data on the Internet.
Prescott is director of marketing at the New England Historic Genealogical Society. She lectures and writes for national audiences on a variety of genealogical topics. She is a regular columnist for Ancestry and Genealogical Computing magazines and is a contributing editor for New England Ancestors magazine.