Friday, February 21, 2014

Oregon Summer Genealogy Fest

                                           Summer Genealogy Fest
Pack your genealogy passport and plan to repack your genealogical toolbox!
2 August 2014
Lane Community College, Center for Meeting and Learning, 4000 East 30th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97405
Watch for the “Ask an Expert” session sign-ups at check-in!
“Treasure” Tables, Vendor tables and Book Vendor on-site!
If your society, group or genealogy minded business would like to reserve a table, please contact us at:
Co-Hosts: Genealogical Council of Oregon (GCO) & Oregon Association of Professional Genealogists (OR APG)
Watch for updates and follow us on:

    Thomas W. Jones

     Planning “Reasonably Exhaustive” Research
     Can a Complex Research Problem be Solved Solely Online?
     Debunking Misleading Records
     Will Your Family History Have Lasting Value?

 Additional Classes Available: 

 Naturalizations: All The Papers in Packet, by Jewell Dunn 
 Cutting Through the Confusion: Research in Upstate New York, by Karen Mauer Green, CG, FGBS
Fabulous and Free, by JoAnne Haugen, AG®
Using the Flip-Pal Scanner with Photoshop Elements, by Jim Johnson
Getting From Then To Now Locating People In The Last Century, by Leslie Lawson—Tips and Tricks, by Susan LeBlanc, AG®
Artifacts and Our Ancestor’s Lives, by Connie Lenzen, CG
What’s A Deed?, by Kevin Mittge
Start Writing—Your ancestor’s legacy depends upon it!, by Steven W. Morrison
Placing Out: The Story of America’s Orphan Train Children, by Judith Beaman Scott
Dating and Identifying Your Family Photographs, by Karen Wallace Steely
Correlation for Beginners: How to use simple tables to see your evidence differently., by Eric Stroschein

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