12 November 2014
National Genealogical Society Announces Full Program for the 2015 Family History Conference St. Charles, Missouri -- Crossroads of America
ARLINGTON, VA, 12 November 2014: The National Genealogical Society (NGS) is pleased to announce the 2015 Family History Conference program is now available in a sixteen-page registration brochure, which is downloadable at http://goo.gl/x92kAg The online version of the St. Charles NGS Family History Conference program is also available on the conference website at http://conference.ngsgenealogy.org. Registration opens on 1 December 2014.
The conference offers a number of workshops, tours, and social events that have limited seating. To secure tickets to these events, register on opening day, 1 December 2014, or very soon thereafter at http://conference.ngsgenealogy.org/event-registration/.
Convention Center is the site of the 13–16 May 2015 conference. The Conference features nationally known speakers and subject matter experts for more than 150 lectures given on a broad array of topics. Topics include records that highlight research in Midwestern states; national and regional migration paths; land, military, immigration, and naturalization records; and ethnic and religious groups including African Americans, Czech, German, Irish, Jewish, Native American, Polish, and Scots-Irish. Also covered is methodology, analysis, and problem solving; the use of DNA testing and genetic genealogy; the use of technology including mobile devices for genealogy, and websites useful in genealogical research. St. Charles, Missouri
The registration brochure provides details about conference logistics, describes the social events, tours, workshops, and includes the daily conference program with the name of each speaker, the lecture title, and a brief description of the presentation. For additional information about what you might experience at the 2015 NGS Family History Conference, visit http://conference.ngsgenealogy.org/tips-for-first-time-conference-attendees/.
The sold out exhibit hall will be free and open to the public Wednesday through Saturday at the
. Exhibitors include genealogy
database companies, software offerings, online providers, booksellers,
genealogical societies, research and educational institutions, genetic testing
providers, and much more. St.
Charles Conference Center
For up-to-date information about conference hotels, including the availability, amenities, and rates, visit http://conference.ngsgenealogy.org/attend/accommodations/.
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