Discovering Your Roots Has Never Been So Easy and Affordable e-ImageData, the industry leader in innovative micrographic film equipment, will showcase the ScanPro® 2200 Scan Station at this year’s NGS Conference, Booth #136. The ScanPro 2200 Scan Station, utilizes our latest innovation, the AUTO...

The Center for Family History and Genealogy at Brigham Young University is an academic research center associated with the family history B.A. program. Currently, 75 students work in the center on various projects. All student research is made available online, providing quality resource materials ...

Houston, Texas can proudly claim TWO important “Genealogical Gems” — Clayton Library, Center for Genealogical Research and its major supporter, Clayton Library Friends! The story of the current genealogical collection began in 1921 when a collection was housed in the Houston Lyceu...

Thank You to Boston University, Booth 109: A NGS Conference Silver Sponsor and partial Sponsor of Attendee Wi-Fi NGS members receive a 10% tuition discount on Boston University’s online programs in Genealogical Research. Whether you’re a genealogy enthusiast or a professional looking to further...

The Board for Certification of Genealogists is an independent organization not affiliated with, or part of, any group. It is a certifying body, not a membership society, and a nationally and internationally recognized organization. Visit the BCG exhibit booth 220 for materials that are helpful for ...

BOOTH: 430 ArkivDigital is on online subscription service with over 152 million pages of newly photographed images of Swedish historical documents making it possible for you to discover your Swedish family history. These documents include the Swedish church books including births, marriages, death,...

Diving for Details: Researching the Great Storms TIME & DATE: Ambassador Ballroom, Friday, 04 May 2018, 7:00 p.m. (Registration Required) PBS producers must dive into libraries and genealogies nearly as much as they dive into the Great Lakes for details on shipwrecks. Finding survivor stories o...

TITLE: Michigan Homesteaders! SESSION: S455 TIME & DATE: Saturday, 05 May 2018, 4:00 p.m. SPONSOR: Midwest African American Genealogy Institute (MAAGI) In this session, learn about the lives of two families who bought and sold land and then migrated to Michigan and homesteaded in Benzie and Ma...

TITLE: Grinding Out a Living: Millers and Millwrights SESSION: T219 TIME & DATE: Thursday, 3 May 2018, 9:30 a.m. Mills were among the first businesses to locate in new communities springing up across the United States. Millwrights designed and built these essential enterprises. Millers operated...

TITLE: Researching Italian Americans in the Midwest SESSION: F324 DATE & TIME: Friday, 04 May 2018, 11:00 a.m. Hundreds of thousands of Italians immigrated to the Midwest in the 1800s and early 1900s. This presentation covers records and strategies for documenting their stories. TITLE: Save th...

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