Presentation topic will be Gadgets, Contraptions, Thingmajigs, and Whatchamacallits: Our German Ancestors Could Hardly Have Lived Without.
Born and raised in Germany, Ingebord began family history research early in her life and continues researching her family in Germany, along with her husband’s Scots-Irish heritage in the United States. She earned an MA in German Language and Literature and teaching credentials from California State University. Her interests are particularly focused on the social history of women. In addition to lecturing, she translates historical documents and teaches Old German script (Kurrent). She serves on the board of the Sacramento German Genealogy Society (SGGS), the International German Genealogy Partnership (IGGP) and the Sacramento Turn Verein.