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From: "Janis Gilmore" <>
Subject: Re: [APG] Professional genealogy as a career
Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2008 09:59:41 -0400
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I sat under Lloyd Bockstruck in his Intermediate course this summer. What
a goldmine it proved to be. It was just a great week, which has probably
changed the way that I research forever.

Janis Walker Gilmore

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Subject: Re: [APG] Professional genealogy as a career

One of my regrets is that I did not go to Samford earlier in my career. I
would so have loved to have taken Course 1 from Sandra Luebking (an
excellent teacher who really understands her students) and the Intermediate
course 2 from Lloyd Bockstruck whose sense of humor and indefatigable well
of knowledge is legendary. Like the NGS home study course, Lloyd's course 2
covers a lot of bases in 18 lectures and fills in knowledge gaps -- but does
it all in one week which can be a time saver for those who want a more
condensed learning experience. The NGS Home Study course is self-paced and
so may take the full year allowed (and possibly more) for the 16 lessons.

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