19 January 2011

OH Chapter -- Palatines to America – Spring Seminar Notice

The Ohio Chapter of Palatines to America’s Annual Spring Seminar will be held on 16 April 2011 at Columbus, Ohio in partnership with the Franklin County Genealogical and Historical Society and the Columbus Metropolitan Library.

"Research Using New & Time Tested Resources"
Columbus Metropolitan Library - Main Branch
96 S. Grant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio
April 16, 2011, .

Fee includes box lunch & material: Member $25; Non-Member $30 Students ages 15-21: $15; Late Fee after April 7: Add $5

Topics include:
·        Beginning German Genealogy
·        18th & 19th Century Tombstones & Markings
·        History of Germans in Columbus
·        Researching Germans in Methodist Denominations
·        How to Document and Organize your Research
·        Techniques & Resources for Finding Ancestors.

For more information and online registration, visit:  

Ed Note: The Ohio Chapter of Palatines To America (PAL-AM) is a regional German-American genealogical organization. It is part of The Palatines To America, a national genealogical society of persons researching German-speaking ancestry, with emphasis on European migration from the Germanic regions of Europe to North America (primarily the United States and Canada).

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