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It’s been fun on the blog in the last two months talking about the tours and great research venues around Grand Rapids which are going to be part of the NGS 2018 Family History Conference experience. But the real reason you’ll come to the NGS Conference in Grand Rapids is to LEARN, righ...

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Meet representatives of state, local, ethnic, and historical societies across Michigan and other states during Society Night! Learn about records and resources in their area, the benefits of membership, and any publications available for purchase. A few Society Night participants are listed below. ...

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BCG Luncheon, T231, Condemnation of Memory: Recalling that African American Genealogy is American Genealogy, 12 pm, Thursday, 11 May 2017 LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, CG is the featured speaker at the Board for Certification of Genealogists Luncheon.  Board-certified in 2015, LaBrenda is an author and...

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This was supposed to be the Age of the Information Superhighway. Physical access to courthouses and archives, coupled with massive digitization projects and easy availability of Internet access, should have made this a genealogist’s dream: a time when everybody had access to just about any kind o...

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Palatines to America Luncheon, Speaker – Philip Otterness North Carolina, T233, “Christoph von Graffenried’s Grand Adventure and the Palatine and Swiss Founding of New Bern,” 12:15 pm, Thursday, 11 May 2017 Philip Otterness is professor of history at Warren Wilson College in Ashevil...

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Most seasoned genealogists know of Helen F. M. Leary, CG Emeritus, FASG, FNGS and editor of one of the most valuable southern research books ever published, “North Carolina Research: Genealogy and Local History.” Now retired, Helen only occasionally lectures, usually on the North Carolina Genea...

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