NGS Annual Meeting
Jo Ellyn Clarey
100 Years Later: Bringing Your Female Ancestors to Life with Archival Resources
Daniel Horowitz, genealogy expert at MyHeritage, liaising with genealogy societies, bloggers and media, and lecturing around the world. He serves on the boards of IAJGS and IGRA.
Discovering Your Famil...
Jessica Trotter, is a researcher, blogger, and archivist working in public libraries. Her research areas include African American, British Isles, Canadian, and early American research.
Julie Tabberer, MLIS, is a librarian and head of the History and Special Collections department at the Grand Rapids Public Library.
100 Years Later: Bringing Your Female Ancestors to Life with Archival R...
Kim Hagerty, project manager of the Michigan National Digital Newspaper Program, physically and digitally preserves newspapers at the Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University.
Nothing in Life ...
Pamela J. Vittorio is an associate professor in NYC. She frequently lectures on historical and genealogical topics associated with North American canals and their workers.
Pamela J. Vittorio
Finding Their Routes: Trave...
Stephen J. Valentine is Senior Vice President of FamilySearch International where he oversees the digitization, indexing, and publication of historical records.
Stephen J. Valentine
FamilySearch - Bringing the Records...
Mary Eberle, JD, has more than thirty years of DNA experience in research labs, as a patent attorney, and as a genetic genealogist. She founded DNA Hunters, LLC.
GEDmatchâ€”Tools to Interpret DNA Matches a...
Greg Nelson is the content strategy specialist for Eastern Europe and Central Asia in the Records Division of FamilySearch.
Accessing and Acquiring the Records of Eastern Europe: FamilySearch Efforts 2012â€...
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