Laurens County, South Carolina native, LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, is offering her recently published book for sale in booth number 324. Board-certified since 2015, LaBrenda was elected as a trustee of the Board for Certification of Genealogists in 2016 and is a frequent speaker at national and local ...

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Discovering Your Roots Has Never Been So Easy and Affordable e-ImageData, the world industry leader in innovative micrographic film equipment, will showcase the ScanPro® 2200 at this year’s NGS Conference. The 2200 is the best-featured, lowest cost microfilm scanner available on the market today...

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The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is excited to once again be an exhibitor at the NGS Conference. We enjoy attending the conference each year, learning about the newest trends in genealogy and sharing the work of DAR and our resources with other attendees. Founded in ...

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Clayton Library Friends is a 30-year-old organization of volunteers dedicated to enriching the Clayton Library resources and facilities. The mission of the Clayton Library Friends is to enhance the library services of the Houston Public Library’s Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Resear...

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  The Center for Family History and Genealogy at Brigham Young University is an academic research center associated with the family history B.A. program. Typically, 45 students work in the center each semester on various projects. All student research is made available online, providing qualit...

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Enhance Your Genealogical Expertise with World-Renowned Boston University As genealogical research increases in popularity, so does the need for valid, thoughtful, and informed research. With Boston University’s Programs in Genealogical Research online, students learn best research practices in a...

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Books & Things (www.mygenealogybooks.com) carries a wide assortment of books used by family historians, including genealogy research guides, county histories, vital records, and social histories. Books & Things’ website has less than a third of the company’s 3,000-plus books available o...

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Ancestry is bringing together science and self-discovery to help everyone discover the story of what led to them. Ancestry, the global leader in family history and consumer genomics, harnesses the information found in family trees, billions of rich historical records, and more than 3 million DNA sa...

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The North Carolina Genealogical Society is proud to be the Local Host Society of the National Genealogical Society’s 2017 Family History Conference, Family History Lives Here. Conference committee chairs and board members alike look forward to welcoming you personally upon your arrival in beautif...

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W141, “Sources or Clues? Pitfalls of Using Published Genealogies and Online Trees,” a Board for Certification of Genealogists® Skillbuilding Lecture, 2:30 pm, Wednesday, 10 May 2017 A vast amount of information can be found in published genealogies and online trees. Using them saves ti...

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