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The Daily Genealogist: Upcoming Genealogical Conferences

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The following genealogical conferences will include expert NEHGS speakers and an NEHGS exhibit booth:

The National Genealogical Society 2014 Conference will be held May 7-10, in Richmond, Virginia. Register editor Henry B. Hoff will speak on "How to Progress from Notes to a Draft Article" (Friday, May 9) and "Research Strategies for Upstate New York" (Saturday, May 10). Senior Genealogist of the Newbury Street Press Christopher C. Child will give talks on "Westward Migration out of New England" and "Migrations of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries" on Saturday. Also on Saturday, Genealogist Rhonda R. McClure will present lectures on "Researching Your French-Canadian Ancestors at NEHGS" and "Making Midwest Connections at NEHGS." Chief Genealogist David Allen Lambert will give Saturday's NEHGS luncheon talk, "After Appomattox: Researching Confederate Veterans in Post-Civil War America."

The 45rd annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree will take place June 6-8, in Burbank, California. Genealogist Rhonda R. McClure will present "Following the Crumbs: Tracing Family History through Land Records" on June 6 and "Tracing Your Italian Ancestry to the Old Country" on June 7. She will also tell "Tales of an NEHGS Genealogist" at the NEHGS breakfast on June 8.    

The Massachusetts Genealogical Council Annual Seminar
will be held on Saturday, July 26, in Mansfield, Massachusetts. Genealogist Alice Kane will speak on "Genealogy Fundamentals" and Archivist Judy Lucey will give a talk on "Discovering Your Irish Ancestry in Print and Online Sources."

At the Federation of Genealogical Societies
2014 Conference, August 27-30, in San Antonio, Texas, Christopher C. Child will present the Saturday NEHGS luncheon talk, "Publications at NEHGS, from 1847 to Today."

Posted by Jean Powers at 05/07/2014 01:29:56 PM | 

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