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This site is not only dedicated to help societies/groups have a successful event but to also give the researchers knowledge of where events are taking place. Societies/groups are encouraged to have their event posted on this site but if an individual sees an event is not listed please send me the information. If you are having a genealogical event you would like posted, please include in your email:

  1. Date
  2. City and State
  3. Event Title
  4. Address of Event
  5. Any comments you wish to include such as speakers, lecture titles, etc
  6. Contact person(s) (either email, phone number, postal etc)
  7. Website address

I do leave the events posted for the year, especially those that are annual. And it also helps others locate your websites.

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NATIONAL EVENTS

SPECIAL EVENTS

Events Outside the United States

ALABAMA


Websites:
Birmingham Public Library

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ALASKA

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ARIZONA

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ARKANSAS

Mar 17, 2007 Hot Springs Village AR
Spring Family History Workshop Sponsored by Village Genealogical Society 8:30-3:30 p.m. Speaker: George G. Morgan Topics: Genealogical Research on the Internet to include: Understanding the Types of Materials on the Internet; Search Strategies for the Internet; The Wealth of Databases [This will include Ancestry.com, HeritageQuest, FamilySearch, and some overseas databases] Locating and Working with Foreign Internet Resources. For more information and registration form visit our website. Information is listed under classes and workshops
http://pages.suddenlink.net/hsvgs/
Mar 23, 24 & 25, 2007 Jonesboro AR
Ridge Roots 2007 St. Bernard's Auditorium 535 E. Washington Guest Speaker Leslie Smith McConachie Friday's Session: One Heck of A Genealogist; Saturday's sessions: Session 1: The Pre-1850 Census: Perils and Delights, Session 2: Faded Pages: Families With Few Records, Session 3: A Taxing Situation, Session 4: Making Hay With DNA; Sunday's Session: Timelines and Lifelines: Developing a Chronology Website: http://www.gscca.net/seminar2007
Mar 31, 2007 Fort Smith AR
Frontier Researchers Presents:River Park Building, Clayton Expressway & A Street. (base of the Garrison Avenue Bridge)9 am - 4:30 pm Speakers: Morning/ Gene Norris/Roy Hamilton from Tahlequah Native American Center - Afternoon/ Nancy Stimson from the Choctaw Tribe. A box lunch will be available for $6.00 but we need to know ASAP (no later than 3/1/07) in order to reserve. There are places available for lunch, but we have a Native American fashion show during the lunch time frame. Registration is $15.00 per person and Vendor tables are $15.00 each (two chairs available with table reservation) I've heard from the Creek Nation and they will have a table with information and plan a short presentation on their tribe. Contact: Barbara Jacobson 479-414-6837 for vendor or registration information Email: geneanut@valuelinx.net or bmj30a@yahoo.com Hope to see you there!
June 1-2, 2007 Marshall AR
The Searcy County Historical Society and the Searcy County Library sponsor the 18th North Arkansas Ancestor Fair, a genealogical swap meet. Friday, June 1, Dr John Littlefield will speak on Native American Research. Saturday, June 2, is the genealogical swap meet for north Arkansas families and organizations to exchange information. Over 250 people are expected. For more information contact: Contact: Dorothy Ragland, 2512 Rail Road, Leslie, AR 72745; Email: ragland1935@yahoo.com Schedule and registration form can be found at www.ancestorfair.us
Websites: AR Genealogical Society
Craighead Co.
Marion Co.

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CALIFORNIA

Apr 28, 2007 Santa Rosa CA
Sonoma County Genealogical Society John Philip Colletta, Ph.D. will be the featured speaker. Detail can be found at:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~cascgs/colletta.htm
Websites:
Sonoma County Genealogical Society
http://www.scgsgenealogy.comSouthern California Genealogical Society

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COLORADO

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CONNECTICUTT

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DELAWARE

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

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FLORIDA

Jan 27, 2007 Largo FL
The Pinellas Genealogy Society will hold its annual all-day seminar featuring Pamela J. Cooper. Topics include: Timing is everything! Have you timed your ancestor?, Military Records at the National Archives (Online and Offline), Border to Border - Statewide sources/indexes, Galusha A. Grow and the Homestead Law. For details and registration information see our website at
www.rootsweb.com/~flpgs or email pgsfla@yahoo.com
Websites:
Martin County Genealogical Society

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GEORGIA


Websites:
Cobb County, Georgia Genealogical Society, Inc.

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HAWAII

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IDAHO

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ILLINOIS

Aug 17-22, 2008 Chicago IL
The 28th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy will take place at the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile. The International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) is proud to co-host this conference with the Jewish Genealogical Society of Illinois and the Illiana Jewish Genealogical Society. This annual conference is the premier event for Jewish genealogists. Attendees from around the world gather to learn, share expertise, and find others researching the same locales. Please visit the conference web site,
www.chicago2008.org to learn all about the conference and how to register.

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INDIANA

Apr 27-28, 2007 Fort Wayne IN
The Indiana Genealogical Society will hold their Annual Conference at the newly-expanded Allen County Public Library (
http://www.acpl.lib.in.us) Saturday, April 28, 2007. Amy Johnson Crow, CG will be the featured speaker. The conference will include a special ceremony to induct the charter members of the Society of Civil War Families of Indiana. Conference attendees will also be able to get in extended research at the library from 6 pm to midnight on Friday, April 27, 2007. To register, or for a full schedule of events, visit http://www.indgensoc.org/conference.html
Websites:
South Bend Area Genealogical Society
Indiana Genealogical Society

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IOWA

Websites:
Iowa Genealogy

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KANSAS


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KENTUCKY


Websites:
KY Genealogical Society

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LOUISIANA

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MAINE


Websites:
Hancock County Genealogical Society.

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MARYLAND

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MASSACHUSETTS

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MICHIGAN

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MINNESOTA


Websites:
Minnesota Genealogical Society

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MISSISSIPPI


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MISSOURI


Websites:
Missouri State Genealogical Association

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MONTANA

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NEBRASKA

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NEVADA

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NEW HAMPSHIRE

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NEW JERSEY

Apr 21, 2007 Paramus NJ
The Genealogical Society of New Jersey and the Genealogical Society of Bergen County cordially invite you to join us for an all day Spring Genealogy Seminar at Bergen Community College 9:00am to 3:00 pm Speakers:Patricia Law Hatcher topics; Why Use Land Records? Because...; Producing A Quality Family History; Documentation: More Than Just A Source; Look Again! What Did You Miss? Topics by: Larry S. Fermi: Crossing the Pond: Finding Immigrant Origins; This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land! Using Property Records Topics by: Michelle L. Chubenko: Researching Your Ancestor's Locality; Special Censuses: Researching Beyond Decennial Enumerations Registration required and includes a printed or CD-Rom syllabus. Box lunches can be ordered. For more information and registration forms please visit our websites:
www.gsnj.org and www.njgsbc.org

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NEW MEXICO

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NEW YORK


Websites:
Central New York Genealogical Society
New York Genealogical and Biographical Society.

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NORTH CAROLINA


Websites:
Pitt County Family Researchers

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NORTH DAKOTA

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OHIO


Websites:
Seneca County Genealogical Society
Defiance County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society

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OKLAHOMA

Oct 19-21, 2007 NE OK OK
Genealogy in the Woods 2007 – Genealogical and Family History Retreat Any comments you wish to include such as speakers, lecture titles, etc: Early slated speakers and topics include Genealogical Proof Standard by Randy Scott, Genetic Genealogy (DNA) by Sherrell Buchanan, American Migration Patterns - Waterway Routes by Steve King, Layered History by Sharolyn and Patrick McCoy. Friday afternoon will be devoted to scrapbooking and associated skills, presented by award winning scrapbookers, Shirley Ratliff and Luretta Williams. Additional lectures will be presented by Debbie Sumner and national speaker, Carrie Cook. Contact person(s) (either email, phone number, postal etc): Gregath Publishing Company,
fredrea@gregathcompany.com, 918-542-4148, PO BOX 505, Wyandotte, OK 74370 Website address: http://www.gregathcompany.com/workshop/2007
Websites:
Ponca City Genealogical Society
Oklahoma Genealogical Society
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OREGON


Websites:
Genealogical Forum of Oregon, Inc.

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PENNSYLVANIA

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RHODE ISLAND

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SOUTH CAROLINA

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SOUTH DAKOTA

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TENNESSEE

Mar 7-8, 2008 Sevierville TN
The Sevier County Public Library System Genealogy & History Center's annual Genealogy Conference is a gathering of individuals interested in learning more about family history resources available in the East Tennessee region. we have invited quality speakers to guide us through a variety of topics such as Mark Lowe, Cherel Henderson and Steve Cotham. To pre-register please visit the library website at
www.sevierlibrary.org. Question should be directed to Theresa Williams or Tim Fisher at the History Center. (865) 908-7988 or twilliams@sevierlibrary.org or tfisher@sevierlibrary.org.
Webpages: The Lawrence County Genealogical Society

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TEXAS


Websites:
Austin Genealogical Society
Walker Co. Genealogical Society

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UTAH

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VERMONT

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VIRGINIA


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WASHINGTON

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WEST VIRGINIA


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WISCONSIN

Oct 18-20, 2007 Madison WI
11th CGSI Genealogical/Cultural Conference at the Alliant Energy Center Featured Speaker:PhDr. Lenka Matušiková Archivist at the National Archives in Prague, Czech Republic For More Information visit:
www.cgsi.org

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WYOMING

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National Events

June 7-10, 2006 Chicago IL
NGS Gentech 2006 Conference

August 15-18, 2007 Fort Wayne IN
FGS 2007 Conference
May 16-19, 2007 Richmond VA
NGS Gentech 2007 Conference

Sept 3-6, 2008 Philadelphia PA
FGS 2007 Conference

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES


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