Thursday, November 24, 2005

Topics & Speakers for You!

In today’s blog segment let’s look at some of the speakers and their topics. We will list more in future blogs.
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I am also looking forward to speakers sharing more detail on their lectures. If you are a speaker at this conference, you can email me (PSWResearch@comcast.net or click on my name in the right hand column) your extended lecture description and also a paragraph on your background with that specific record type, methodology, project, or repository.

One of the groups participating in this conference is the New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC). Many of the societies in this consortium are sponsoring talks. Here is a list of a few of them:

Pauline Cusson, American Canadian Genealogical Society:
Which Records Are Correct? The Uniqueness of Doing French-Canadian Genealogical Research

Diane Gravel, New Hampshire Society of Genealogists:
Beyond the Census: Fleshing Out the Families of 1790 New England

Scott Andrew Bartley, Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants:
The Mayflower Story: Its History, How-to-Join, and Why

Kathy Amoroso, Maine Historical Society:
Maine Historical Society: Resources In-house and Online

Barbara Mathews, Connecticut Professional Genealogists Council:
Negotiating the Maze of Probate Records in Connecticut


So, you don’t have New England Ancestry? Read the next blog item for more lectures.

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