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1. [GEN-EVENTS] "Keys to Ontario Research" Workshop [1]
"Keys to Ontario Research" Workshop Saturday, 23 February 2008 Toronto, Ontario Whether you're searching for roots in Ontario or digging into the history of your community, you'll enjoy this information-packed day about Ontario's records and record-keepers. The Workshop will be co-hosted on Saturday, February 23, 2008 by the Toronto Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society and the Canadiana Department of North York Central Library. The Workshop will address sources, research techniques, libraries, arch
2. [GEN-EVENTS] British Isles Family History Society--USA [1]
On Sunday 27 January 2008, 1:00-3:00PM, the British Isles Family History Society-USA will hold its first meeting of the year with an expert panel discussion, featuring genealogists Nancy Ellen Carlberg, Donald Hirst and Annie Lloyd. Join us at the Los Angeles Family History Center, 10741 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90025 (enter from Eastbourne at Manning). Audience members questions for the panel will be taken at the meeting or can be sent ahead to vp-programs@bifhsusa.org. For the workshop, w
3. [GEN-EVENTS] POLISH GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA(PGSA) [1]
Polish Cuisine/Culture at Genealogy Meeting Joseph W. Zurawski, author, educator and historian will introduce us to hard-working, freedom-loving Polonia in his book,2Polish Chicago, Our History, Our Recipes2 at the February 10 meeting of the Polish Genealogical Society of America (PGSA). A lifelong Chicagoan, Mr. Zurawski will discuss the Polish contribution to Chicago9s meatpacking and steel industries as well as the proud cultural heritage of the Poles who contributed great
4. [GEN-EVENTS] PSIG meeting January 13 in Burbank [1]
Let's start out the new year by trying to break down those brick walls that have been bothering us. So if you can't jump over the wall or go through the gate, maybe the meeting the Pommern Special Interest Group has jointly with the Immigrant Genealogocial Society will give you some new ideas about contacting living descendants of family lines. You may be surprised to hear some of our successes and suggestions. The IGS Library at 1310 W. Magnolia Blvd. in Burbank, California, is open from noon until 5pm
5. [GEN-EVENTS] Genealogy Computer Workshops-Carthage, IL, USA-Mar April 2008 [1]
Carl Sandburg College's Branch in Carthage, Illinois, will be offering two separate all-day, hands-on genealogy computer workshops in the spring of 2008. They are: Family Tree Maker 2008 on 29 March 2008 Free Genealogy Online on 26 April 2008 Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited ($35 each). Presentations will be made by Michael John Neill. More information on the workshops can be found on our website at: http://www.rootdig.com/carthage.html Thanks. Michael -- ---------
6. [GEN-EVENTS] Military Research Seminar [1]
Reservations are now being received for the "Military Research Seminar" featuring Craig R. Scott, CG to be held all day Saturday, April 5, 2008, in the Oklahoma History Center, 2401 N. Laird Ave., Oklahoma City, OK. Sponsored by the Oklahoma Genealogical Society, the all day seminar will be devoted to researching your ancestors who served the US in the military. Topics will include: Basic Military Research; Researching Your Revolutionary Ancestor; Pension Research,You Stopped Too Soon; and Treasury Rec
7. [GEN-EVENTS] Announcing the 2008 Southern California Genealogy Jamboree [1]
We are pleased to announce that the website for the 2008 Southern California Genealogy Jamboree has been launched, and we are now taking registrations for this year's event. The 39th Jamboree will be held Thursday through Sunday, June 27-29, 2008 at the Burbank Airport Marriott Hotel and Convention Center, 2500 Hollywood Way, Burbank, California. You can register online, by mail, or by phone by calling the Southern California Genealogical Society. This years 2008 Genealogy Jamboree offers a record number
8. [GEN-EVENTS] Genealogy Meeting in Alexandria, Virginia [1]
On Tuesday, February 19, 2008 the Mount Vernon Genealogical Society (MVGS) will meet in room 112 of the Hollin Hall Senior Center in Alexandria, Virginia. The meeting will start at 1:00 p.m. and is free and open to the public. The meeting will feature a presentation entitled "Access to Archival Databases (AAD): Using The National Archives Electronic Records on the Web for Your Family Tree." The program will be presented by Lynn Goodsell and Daniel Law. Daniel Law is an archives specialist with th
9. [GEN-EVENTS] BEGINNER GENEALOGY CLASS in St. Charles, Missouri [1]
CLASS LIMITED TO 15 PEOPLE When: February 21st to March 27th. (No class on March 20th) Time: 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Where: St. Charles County Genealogical Society Library Fee: $50.00, includes 5 two-hour sessions with individual help, a "Basic Genealogy"textbook with forms,informational handouts and a CD of printable forms and research aids. the opportunity to research in the Society Library This course will answer the question, "How do I begin?" It covers t
10. [GEN-EVENTS] Ontario Genealogical Society - Toronto Branch courses [1]
The Toronto Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society is offering an array of courses in the Winter/Spring 2008 season for genealogists at all levels of expertise. For course program and registration information, please visit http://www.torontofamilyhistory.org/courses.html.
11. [GEN-EVENTS] Hill Country Seminar [1]
Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak will be the speaker at the Fourth Annual Hill Country Family History Seminar at Boerne Texas, Saturday, January 26, 2008. Her topics include two lectures on DNA, and one each on Reverse Genealogy and Online Newspaper research for obituaries. She will also speak at a pre-seminar dinner on Friday evening. The seminar is sponsored by the Genealogical Society of Kendall County. Early registration ends January 14 at the lower price. For more information or a registration form, vis
12. [GEN-EVENTS] Hudson County New Jersey Genealogical Society [1]
The next meeting of the Hudson County Genealogical Society will be saturday,February 9th, 2008. It will be an Open Discussion and Helps meeting. Please see our website,www.HudsonCountyNJGenealogy.org, for the location directions, as the location has changed for just this meeting.
13. [GEN-EVENTS] Genealogy Computer Class in St. Charles, Missouri [1]
12 April 2008 Held at St. Charles Community College, St. Peters, MO Co-sponsored by the St. Charles County Genealogical Society and St. Charles Community College Presenter: Michael John Neill, columnist for Ancestry.com. Michael has led research trips to Ft. Wayne and Salt Lake City and lectures nationally on a wide variety of genealogy topics During the workshop, you will discover original records on FOOTNOTE.COM and how to access them. Each person will have a computer an
14. [GEN-EVENTS] Center for Jewish History Genealogy Institute (NYC) Extended Hours [1]
The Ackman and Ziff Family Genealogy Institute at the Center for Jewish History is now open on Mondays until 7:30pm enabling researchers who are at work or in school during the regular Center hours to make use of the Institute facilities. The extended Monday hours have been made possible by a grant to the Center by the Jewish Genealogical Society of New York (JGSNY). The large collection of LDS microfilms of Jewish interest now housed in the Genealogy Institute can be used during these extended hours. JGS
15. [GEN-EVENTS] African American Genealogy Seminar, Baton Rouge, LA [1]
In recognition of Black History Month, Le Comiti des Archives de la Louisiane, Inc., and its African American Genealogy Special Interest Group (SIG) will hold an all-day African American Genealogy Seminar on Saturday, February 23rd, at the Louisiana State Archives, 3851 Essen Lane, in Baton Rouge. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and the program begins at 9:30. The program will progress from a beginner's level lecture to more advanced topics later in the day. Gregory Osborn, Library Associate and Archivist
16. [GEN-EVENTS] Early Bird Pricing -Hurry before it's too late.. [1]
Hurry before it's too late...Early Bird Pricing The St. George Family History Expo early bird pricing has ended, BUT WAIT I just happen to know that with Holly's daughter getting married she will not be able to change the pricing until next Monday-Jan. 7, 2008. So, if you have been busy and just forgot, here is your chance to still get the early bird pricing of $50.00 for two fun filled days of learning. St. George Family History Expo - Details found at www.MyAncestorsFound.co
17. [GEN-EVENTS] Owsley Family Historical Society 2008 Meeting Independence MO [1]
Mark you calendars now for the Owsley Family Historical Society 2008 Annual meeting in Independence Missouri June 5-7, 2008. This will be our thirtieth anniversary meeting! Independence is home to the Mid-Continent Library, home of the third larges genealogical collection in the US as well as the Harry S Truman Presidential Library and Museum. Plans are being made for an orientation to the library as well as time for research. We'll have a talk about Owsleys as authors and an introduction to designi
18. [GEN-EVENTS] photo dective to speak in Oakland, CA Feb 9th [1]
Hello, I am not sure how many of you live in california but wanted to let you know about this great seminar to scelebrate our 110th anniversary....jane ( CGS president) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kathryn Doyle E-mail: CGSpublicity@gmail.com CGS website CGS blog OAKLAND, CA - 1/7/2008 - The California Genealogical Society and Library celebrates 110 years of helping people find their roots at a day-long program with Maureen Taylor, nationally known "Photo Detective" at the Concord Hilton on Saturday,
19. [GEN-EVENTS] 9th Family History Research Trip to the Allen County Public Library [1]
Date: 28 May - 1 June 2008 Sponsored by the St. Charles County Genealogical Society and St. Charles Community College History Department The annual Family History Research Trip to the Allen County Library (Fort Wayne, Indiana) features expert guidance from nationally-known genealogist Michael John Neill, M.S. Michael is a columnist for Ancestry.com, has led research trips to Ft. Wayne and Salt Lake City, and lectures nationally on a wide variety of genealogy topics. Michael
20. [GEN-EVENTS] Hudson County Genealogical Society [1]
Happy New Year to All! This is just a reminder that our next meeting will be saturday, January 12,2008, at 11:00am at the Secaucus Public Library. Our guest speaker is Catherine Medich, Archivist with the NJ State Archives. Check out our website at http://HudsonCountyNJGenealogy.org for more information. If you can attend, please let me know at ebh1776@optonline.net. Thanks, Ellen Healy
21. [GEN-EVENTS] British Isles Family History Society--USA [1]
On Sunday, 24 February 2008, 1:00-3:00 p.m., the British Isles Family History SocietyUSA will present Digital Photography for Genealogy. The internet and computers are the future of genealogy and digital photography is the means for capturing images to document your genealogy. Less expensive and more convenient than what we had before, digital photography is just the ticket for taking pictures of old documents or old relatives. Reagan has served as a computer support specialist for the City of Gardena,
22. [GEN-EVENTS] January 2008 Sun County TMG Users' Group (Phoenix area) [1]
The January meeting of the Sun Country TMG Users' Group will be Saturday, January 12 from 10 a.m. until noon at the West Walley Genealogical Society Library, 12222 North 111th Ave., Youngtown AZ. We will have a presentation on a census chart method which can be used in both TMG and as a Second Site exhibit. Visitors are welcome! Barbara Shroyer Secretary
23. [GEN-EVENTS] January at the Southern California Genealogical Society [1]
Happy New Year from the Southern California Genealogical Society! We are all looking forward to the many activities and successes of 2008, including the 39th Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree June 27-29. We'll be releasing complete information in the next few days, but if you'd like a sneak peek, check out our Jamboree Blog at http://genealogyjamboree.blogspot.com/ Saturday January 12, 12noon to 2pm 12:00pm lunch (bring your own) 1:00pm Lecture Open to the Public - free So You Thought Yo
24. [GEN-EVENTS] Beginner Genealogy Class in St. Charles, Missouri [1]
CLASS LIMITED TO 15 PEOPLE When: February 21st to March 27th. (No class on March 20th) Time: 7 p.m. - 9 p.m. Where: St. Charles County Genealogical Society Library 1022 First Capitol Dr. St. Charles, MO (Red Rose Salon) lower level, side entrance. Fee: $50.00, includes 5 two-hour sessions with individual help, a "Basic Genealogy book with forms,informational handouts and a CD of printable forms and research aids. Also
25. [GEN-EVENTS] Bracknell (UK) Family History Fair - Sunday 27 January 2008 [1]
Hi listers and colleagues The New Year is really with us on Sunday 27 January 2008 when the annual Bracknell Family History Fair takes place. Traditionally, this event sees the commencement of the year's family history calendar, and is the largest Sunday family history fair held in the UK, with some two-hundred or so stalls in attendance. I'm delighted to report that the Oxfordshire FHS will have it's usual stall at this Fair, when Wendy Archer and Alex McGahey will be selling our CDs, micr

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