The American Indians of Oklahoma Written by Kathy Huber, MLS, The American Indians of Oklahoma tells the story of the sixty-seven tribes that were removed or relocated to the area once known as Indian Territory, now Oklahoma. Their stories, revealed through tribal records, historical documents, and...

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There’s nothing worse than arriving at a conference on opening day to find out standing in line is the first thing you do. What are you missing while you are waiting in line with all those people? Since we expect nearly 2,000 genealogists at the NGS conference this year, you know lines to pick up...

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As the NGS 2017 Family History Conference approaches, you are likely planning what to pack and finalizing your travel plans. Is driving to the conference part of your plans? Are you wondering where to park once you get to Raleigh? You will be pleasantly surprised! There is plenty of parking around ...

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On 10 May, the National Genealogical Society (NGS) will release Mastering Genealogical Documentation by Thomas W. Jones, who also authored the preeminent work, Mastering Genealogical Proof. Publication of Mastering Genealogical Documentation is an essential text on how to cite all kinds of source...

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American Ancestors/New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is the nation’s founding genealogical organization and the most respected name in family history. Established in 1845, NEHGS is the country’s leading comprehensive resource for family history research and the largest society of...

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Along with the City of Grand Rapids, the Western Michigan Genealogical Society (WMGS) eagerly anticipates hosting the 2018 NGS Family History Conference. Look for the WMGS booth and that of Experience Grand Rapids at the 2017 NGS conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. Meet some of our people who’...

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DNA connects family, and it affects health. Genealogists are ordering DNA tests for ancestry studies, and questions about medical topics naturally arise. What tests can I order, and what type of information will it give me? What do I do if I discover an unexpected relative when I test? Can I take t...

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NEW in 2017 – we are excited to introduce: ProStamm, a unique, cloud based indexing genealogy program that organizes, manages, and presents family genealogical information and EVENTS. Your family will be able to create EVENT folders and upload documents and photographs that would otherwise n...

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There is no question that DNA testing has taken the genealogy world by storm! My name is Diahan Southard and I have spent 15 years exhibiting at genealogy conferences in a DNA related booth and it is remarkable how the questions from attendees have radically changed. It has gone from an incredulous ...

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Have ancestors who came through Ohio? Why not try out the Ohio Genealogical Society – http://www.ogs.org/membership/index.php – just $40 for a year. We are 5,000 members strong with the brand new Samuel D. Isaly Library of over 60,000 volumes, two award-winning journals (Ohio Genealogical S...

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