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ProQuest will again sponsor Librarian’s Day, an annual pre-conference program open to librarians who work with family history patrons. Registration is required. The full day program will be held at the Grand Rapids Public Library and runs from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The program will focus his...

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Registration for the NGS 2018 Family History conference is now open. An electronic version of the Registration Brochure is posted at http://conference.ngsgenealogy.org. You can register online or by completing the last page of the Registration Brochure and mailing a check or credit card information...

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Beginning in 1986, the National Genealogy Hall of Fame program, administered by the National Genealogical Society, has honored outstanding genealogists whose achievements in the field of American genealogy have had a great impact on our field. Qualified nominations are solicited annually from genea...

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Larry W. Cates is the 2017 recipient of the Filby Award for Genealogical Librarianship. Cates, who is librarian at the Heritage Research Center of the High Point Public Library, High Point, North Carolina, received his award and its $1,000 prize, which is underwritten by ProQuest, at the Librariansâ...

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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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Tom Jones has been pursuing his ancestry since 1963. For the first twenty-five years he was clueless about what he was trying to accomplish and how to do it. When he started climbing the genealogy learning curve he repeatedly experienced the challenges, joys, and rewards of tracing ancestors reliab...

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  National Genealogical Society Banquet, Convention Center Ball Room, 6 pm, Friday, 12 May 2017 Advance Registration Required, cost $45.00   Stuart Watson is an award-winning investigative reporter, with 30+ years of stellar experiences in journalism, non-fiction storytelling, mediaÂ...

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Experience the old South visiting historic Stagville Plantation, the Duke Homestead, and Bennett Place during the Durham Day Tour on Tuesday, 9 May 2017. Durham is home to Stagville, one of the largest pre-Civil War plantations – nearly 30,000 acres and 900 slaves were held by the Bennehan–C...

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“How a Genealogist Uses the State Archives of NC and the State Library of NC” presented by Diane Richard, ME, MBA. The North Carolina Genealogical Society (Host Society for the 2017 NGS Conference) is presenting a free webinar on 20 January 2017 from 3:00–4:00 p.m. EST on visiting the NC Archi...

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