[APG Public List] Discover the Joys of Genealogy by Attending the
National Genealogical Society Family History Conference
gkher at ngsgenealogy.org
Wed Jan 6 12:42:14 MST 2010
Contact: Gayathri Kher
Phone: (800) 473-0060 ext. 221 2:00 PM EST, 6 January 2010
DISCOVER THE JOYS OF GENEALOGY BY ATTENDING THE NATIONAL GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY FAMILY HISTORY CONFERENCE
Arlington, VA, JANUARY 6, 2010: Are you interested in genealogy, yet have never attended a national conference? View a short video from the 2009 National Genealogical Society Family History Conference at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org under the Video and Publications tab. Hear from enthusiastic conference participants who explain why they attend: more than one hundred fifty lectures on a wide variety of topics, an exciting exhibit area, and sharing research challenges and success stories with new friends.
If you are just beginning to research your family, an annual conference is a very effective way to build your research skills. If you are an experienced researcher, you will enjoy hearing the experts explain how they apply advanced methodology to solve tough research problems.
Participate in the joys of genealogy 28 April-1 May 2010 in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the 2010 National Genealogical Society Annual Family History Conference, "Follow Your Ancestral Trail." Whether your family helped settle the nation, migrated across the country, stayed in the same place, or recently arrived in America, this conference has much to offer you.
The searchable conference program is available at http://members.ngsgenealogy.org/conferences/2010Program.cfm. Highlights include International Workshops on researching the cultural records of other countries; an Evening Celebration of Family History, including a mini-concert by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir; and Ask an Expert, a twenty-minute consultation sponsored by the Utah Genealogical Association. For more information contact Erin Wood (registration at ngsgenealogy.org) or call (800) 473-0060.
While visiting the NGS website (www.ngsgenealogy.org), you can also view the documentary Paths to Your Past produced by award-winning cinematographer Allen Moore.
Founded in 1903, the National Genealogical Society is the largest national organization for all family researchers, including beginner, intermediate and professional genealogists, who are interested in expanding their research skills and preserving their family history for future generations.
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Mark Your Calendar - 2010 NGS Family History Conference, 28 April - 1 May, Salt Lake City, UT
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