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The Hyde Co. Historical and Genealogical Society, organized in 1963, has as its mission to preserve and record the history of Hyde County and its people. Over 200 members strong, the group holds spring and fall meetings with speakers on different aspects of Hyde County’s history. It also maintain...

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HV Chapman & Sons began binding books in 1947. During its first 65 years, the bookbindery expanded to include rebinding and light restoration services. In 2012, Stan Chapman sold the bookbindery to Tim de la Vega, a third-generation printer with over 30 years of experience in his trade. In 2015...

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Index Your Ancestors’ Diaries, Journals, Letters, and More On the Historic Journals website, you can work together with family members (or other people) to share, transcribe, index, or tag the diaries, letters, photos, and other records of your ancestors. If you know of a biography or family ...

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The Heritage Library Foundation, Inc. is a premier genealogy and Hilton Head Island history research library with locations in Hilton Head Island and Beaufort, South Carolina. We are an all-volunteer non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization. The Genealogy Department maintains a library of approximately 6,...

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Come celebrate with us at booth #226 and #228! We are celebrating our 10th anniversary and our 200th free podcast episode. This year we will be once again partnering with Family Tree Magazine and our Genealogy Gems DNA expert, Diahan Southard. (YourDNAGuide). Attend our free 30 minute “power sess...

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Established in 1964, the Georgia Genealogical Society (GGS) is a non-profit volunteer organization comprised of over 700 members from around the United States. We publish the Georgia Genealogical Society Quarterly and are excited to be the new host for the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Rese...

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Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP) offers week-long courses in a suburban Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, college campus setting with top instructors in our field. Begun in 2012 with four courses GRIP has expanded to six concurrent courses in each of two summer weeks. Students have atte...

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Who We Are Since 2012, Genealogists.com has been the world’s largest family history research firm. We have over 1,500 professional genealogists working in over 3,000 locations worldwide, including subject matter experts such as scientists, private investigators, historians, scholars, and professo...

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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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