09 August 2012

NGS will be at FGS -- Hope to see you in Birmingham later this month!

The National Genealogical Society (www.ngsgenealogy.org/) is looking forward to meeting attendees and to participating in the Federation of Genealogical Societies 2012 Conference, Indians, Squatters, Settlers and Soldiers in the “Old Southwest.” As a long standing resource for family historians and genealogists, NGS continues its commitment to excellence in publications, educational offerings, and research guidance, providing opportunities for everyone from the beginner to the most advanced family historian.

Stop by the NGS booth (319/418) and learn how we can help enhance your journey through your family’s history. There you can purchase one of our Research in the States publications, pick up our newest course—Genetic Genealogy, the Basics—or chat with NGS education director Patricia Walls Stamm, CG, CGL, about one of the other NGS educational opportunities. There will also be a number of raffle prizes. So don’t forget to come by the booth and see what NGS has for you.

On Saturday at 11:00 a.m. in the demo area, Jordan Jones, a member of the NGS Board of Directors, and Pat Stamm will discuss The Next Generation of Learning from Home. Put it on your calendar and be among the first to learn about a new educational system coming from the National Genealogical Society.

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