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DeVos Center Exterior, Grand Rapids, Michigan Aerial view of Grand Rapids Blue Bridge Curious about the history of Grand Rapids? Want to know more about the NGS 2018 Family History Conference host city? This brief history of Grand Rapids is a great place to start. https://www.grandrapidsmi.gov/Gover...

NGS is excited to announce the location of the 2020 Family History Conference. Want to be one of the first people to hear where it will be? Come and join us at the Opening Session, Wednesday, 2 May 2018, 8:00 a.m.–9:30 a.m. in Grand Rapids.   ...

The upcoming NGS 2018 Family History Conference will be the first national genealogical conference held in Michigan. If this is your first national conference, we have tips and suggestions for making your week go a little smoother – after all, we’ve been doing this for a long, long time...

If you are still planning to join us at the annual conference, there are only a few days left to pre-register for the NGS Family History Conference in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2‒5 May 2018. Pre-conference registration ends 20 April. On-site registration and check-in will be available beginning a...

Set your alarm so you have a chance to win these big prizes at the 2018 Conference Opening Session on Wednesday, 02 May, 8:00–9:30 a.m. You snooze, you’ll lose because you must be present to claim your prize! OPENING SESSION DOOR PRIZES: • One free full-conference registration for the NGS 201...

Did you know that much of the lumber to rebuild Chicago after the fire of 1871 came from western Michigan? You do if you’ve watched the 2018 NGS Conference video on the front page of the Conference website. The Conference video presents a broad overview of some of the reasons people from all over...

Planning to attend the NGS 2018 Family History Conference? Make your travel plans to arrive on Tuesday, so you don’t miss the Opening Session at 8:00 a.m. in DeVos Place, featuring John Philip Colletta, PhD, FUGA, delivering the keynote address, “Coming Along the Towpath: The Erie Canal and the ...

This young boy not smiling as he stands in the doorway – who is this? Where is this? What story starts behind this door…all we knew was the photo had been taken in Wake County, North Carolina. Mark Lowe, 2017 Raleigh Conference Chair, continues the story… “…Although we chose a variety ...

Looking at the front cover of the NGS 2017 Family History Conference registration brochure, I’m drawn to the expression of the young boy pictured. Perhaps you were too. Do you wonder, as I did, about this image? Let’s peek behind the curtain of the planning and selection of the conference image...

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