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Instititute of Genealogy & Historical Research (IGHR) 2020

The Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) provides an educational forum for the discovery, critical evaluation, and use of genealogical sources and methodology through a week of intensive study led by nationally prominent genealogical educators. Students choose one course that lasts throughout the week. Topics range from a course for beginners to a variety…

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Heartland Family History Conference

The Topeka Genealogical Society is very excited to present the first annual Heartland Family History Conference! Although we have been successfully hosting annual genealogy conferences for nearly 50 years, our 2020 Conference will be a landmark event. We are expanding the scope to a larger regional event, with programming that reflects the rich history and…

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NH Society of Genealogists’ Fall Meeting

NHSOG’s featured speaker will be Janeen Bjork. Janeen has combined 30 years of experience as a television researcher and presenter, editor and educator, with her love of family history. Her methodology for locating hard-to-find newspaper articles was developed after finding 130 varied accounts of one 1894 murder-suicide. She will include the history/evolution of significant New…

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2019 SCGS 47th Annual Summer Workshop

Keynote Speaker: Blaine Bettinger PhD, JD The Genetic Genealogist • 24 total sessions • Program Book with Syllabus • Vendors on-site • Access to SC Archives The 2019 SCGS will feature the Following Speakers Katherine Bolt Borges Jan Alpert Lisa Lisson Anita Finger Smith Dr. Walter Curry Natonne Elaine Kemp Brent Holcomb Durant Ashmore John…

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Venturing through Miles and Bytes

Join Us As We Celebrate Our 25th Annual Fall Conference! Jill Morelli, Certified Genealogist will be the featured speaker at the 25th Annual Fall Conference. The one-hour interactive lecture topics will be: Road Trip!: Exploring Midwest Repositories; Family Search: The Other 70 %; Finding Our Women: 25+ Places to Find a Surname and I Got…

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Classes and Research Trips in the September webinar!

Pat Stamm, webinar, free, FGS

  The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) is pleased to announce the September 2018 webinar, “Using Classes and Research Trips to Expand Your Membership,” presented by Pat Stamm, a long-time leader in genealogy education. Societies are always looking for ways to expand their membership. One of the best ways is to offer benefits. Two potential…

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What can your society learn from the corporate world?

The September 2017 FGS webinar will feature Laurie Hermance-Moore, who will present “Borrowing Corporate Strategy Techniques for Your Society.“ The webinar will address a variety of paths for a society to utilize the techniques of the corporate world. Many societies are at a crossroads: new competition from online genealogy sites and webinars, dwindling membership, and…

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2015 Webinar Series: Your Society Can’t Afford to Do A Seminar? Here’s How!

Join us Aug. 12th for this free webinar!   FGS is pleased to announce the August edition of its 2015 Webinar Series scheduled for August 12th at 8pm EDT. Local and regional seminars help bridge the educational gulf between the monthly society meeting and national conferences. Join Paula Stuart-Warren to be inspired and learn how…

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