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2014


Date

Event

Location

Details

29 August 2015

August 2015 Family History Program

Camarillo, California

LOCATION: Camarillo Library Community Room, 4101 Las Posas Rd SPEAKER: Ted Gostin TOPIC: ""Breaking Down Brick Walls: Three Case Studies"" All genealogists eventually run up against a "brick wall" in their research, that is, a research problem that they just can't seem to solve. This lecture reviews three cases studies where brick walls were successfully overcome, and from those experiences draws out a series of research strategies that might be applied to other difficult-to-solve problems. The three case studies involved trying to determine the parents of an early, post-revolutionary American ancestor in New York State (Metcalf); trying to determine JuaneƱo Indian ancestry (from Mission San Juan Capistrano) in a California Latino family (Mireles); and trying to find any trace of a Polish-Jewish immigrant tailor in England in the mid-1800s.


24–26 September 2015

26th Annual State Conference

Butte, Montana

Featured speakers will be Paul Milner and Maureen Taylor and each will be giving four lectures.


7 October 2015

25th Anniversary Celebration

Carrboro, North Carolina

Join us for our 25th Anniversary Celebration this October 2015! D-OGS was started in 1989. Our mission was to establish a genealogical community dedicated to the research and preservation of family history of Durham and Orange Counties. Providing research assistance and educational opportunities to our members and the public through outreach programs, monthly meetings, newsletters, and a journal were also critical elements of our mission and are still being carried out today.

Join us to celebrate the highlights of our Society and its members! Hope to see you there!


15 October 2015

36th Annual AAHGS Conference

Richmond, Virginia

36th AAHGS Annual Conference will be held in Richmond, VA at the Marriott Hotel, 2 blocks from the Library of Virginia. Please visit the website for the theme and information. Please book your hotel rooms early. There will be local tours and a presentation by the Library of VA on Wednesday. Stay tune for up to date news via the website.


24 October 2015

Ohio Chapter PalAm 2015 Fall Seminar

Plain City, Ohio

"Der Dutchman Restaurant, 445 Jefferson Avenue, U.S. Route 42, Plain City, Ohio Featured Speaker is Marianne Wokeck, native German author of Trade in Strangers; Chancellor's Professor of History, Indiana University Topics: Transatlantic Relocation in the Age of Sail; Transatlantic Pioneer Networks for Settlement Patterns; Defining and Re-Defining Ethnic Identity in the 18th Century; Preaching and Walking the Walk: the Role of Minister's Households Fee including materials & Der Dutchman lunch: $49; PalAm Members $39; after October 9 add $10 ($59 and $49) Register online by PayPal: http://www.oh-palam.org/ or send to: Linda Dietrich, 5422 Cindy Lane, Cincinnati, OH 45239 e-mail: "


7 November 2015

TNGS Annual Fall Seminar Featuring D. Josh Taylor

Germantown, Tennessee

TNGS presents D. Joshua Taylor, from Genealogy Roadshow, for a one- day seminar. Sign-in will begin at 8:30 a.m. Pre-registration is required. Be sure to mark your calendars now for this exciting opportunity! The Tennessee Genealogical Society is located at 7779 Poplar Pike in Germantown, TN. The seminar will take place at the Germantown Church of Christ located at 8723 Poplar Pike, Germantown, Tennessee. Registration is now open at www.tngs.org. Pay with credit card or PayPal, or download flyer and send in check. Registration fees: $40 for TNGS members; $45 for non-members; $20 for students. Registration includes box lunch, drinks and snacks. Topics include: The Modern-Genealogist: Timesaving: Tips for Every Researcher; Newspapers in Your Research; Bridging the Gap: Finding Ancestors in the US between 1780 and 1830; and The Web, the World and You! (Advanced Internet Researching). Be sure to get your registration in as early as possible!

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