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National Genealogical Society Announces Live Streaming Broadcast

2015 Family History Conferece, St. Charles, Missouri. Read More..



NGS 2016 Family History Conference - Call for Papers

Time is running out to submit lecture proposals for the NGS 2016 Family History Conference. Speakers and sponsoring organizations must submit their proposals by 1 April 2015. The conference, entitled Exploring the Centuries: Footprints in Time, will be held 4-7 May 2016 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Read More..

NGS 2015 Family History Conference

Registration Is Now Open for the 2015 NGS Family History Conference - REGISTER NOW - EARLY BIRD PRICING ENDS 30 MARCH

The full conference program for the NGS 2015 Family History Conference in St. Charles, Missouri is available in a sixteen-page registration brochure. The online version of the St. Charles NGS Family History Conference program is also available and fully searchable.

Attendee registration and sign-up for meals etc. for the NGS 2015 Family History Conference ends 29 April.


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Genealogy and the Law: Now On Kindle 

Order your copy today of this essential guide to genealogical  research. The National Genealogical Society presents this important work as part of its Special Topic series. Learn more.

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National Genealogical Society Launches NGS Monthly
A New Digital Publication

The National Genealogical Society (NGS) launched NGS Monthly, a new digital publication that, each month, will feature a selection of original articles on genealogical methodology, research techniques, sources, and the latest news from NGS. Published mid-month starting after the February launch, NGS Monthly was created to replace the Society's older newsletter, What's Happening, with a new content and design strategy. Read More.



New Course! Researching Your Revolutionary War Ancestors

In Researching Your Revolutionary War Ancestors, author Craig Roberts Scott, cgSM*, fuga introduces you to numerous US records created for, during, and after the war for those who fought for independence and provides you with strategies to identify and locate information for an ancestor living at the time of the war.