Have you ever been to the Allen County Public Library in
? Fort Wayne, Indiana
If not, consider joining the NGS Research trip there, 15–19 August 2016.
This world-class research library is one not to miss. Under the guidance of research consultants Pamela S. Eagleson, CG SM and Patricia Walls Stamm, CG SM, CGLSM, participants have five days to conduct personal research at one of the largest genealogical libraries in the
Midwest. For more information or to register for the trip, visit http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/ft_wayne_research_trip.
Want to learn more about the renowned Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center (the focal point of your research trip), check out its website.
Early bird registration ends 11 May 2016! Remember that the “early bird gets the worm” or in this case a discount of $150 off the published price!
Pamela and Patricia look forward to guiding you as you conduct research in this noteworthy research repository.
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