12 November 2014
A fully searchable conference program for the NGS 2015 Family History Conference is now available online at http://conference.ngsgenealogy.org/agenda/.
The theme of the thirty-seventh NGS Family History Conference is Crossroads of America. NGS varies the theme and geographic location of its conference annually and brings together thousands of genealogists and family historians to learn the latest in genealogical research. The online searchable program allows you to review the full scope of more than 140 lectures and workshops over the four-day conference.
Some examples of the diverse program offerings include DNA, ethnic research, technology, immigration, military, migration, methodology, religion, and Skillbuilding. There are more than 75 speakers including John P. Coletta, J. Mark Lowe, Thomas W. Jones, Elizabeth Shown Mills, and Judy G. Russell.
A PDF version of the registration brochure is available at http://goo.gl/x92kAg. The brochure includes information about lectures, sessions, speakers, luncheons, tours, pre-conference events, registration times and rates, and accessibility as well as general conference and exhibit hall specifics.
Registration for the conference will begin Monday, 1 December 2014.
09 July 2014
Mark your calendars for the NGS 2015 Family History Conference, Crossroads of America. The conference will be held 13-16 May 2015 at the St. Charles Convention Center, One Convention Center Plaza, St. Charles, Missouri.
During the next ten months, we will be posting on this blog the latest conference news about accommodations, lectures, presenters, events, vendors, registration, local research, historical sites, and practical tips for conference veterans and first time attendees.
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We'll see you in St. Charles!
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