Tuesday, July 18, 2006

One More Topic from APG: Stolen Ancestors

You can still get a ticket to attend this great Association of Professional Genealogists' Professional Management Conference on August 30 at the FGS conference hotel, the Sheraton Boston, in historic Back Bay Boston. The PMC is designed for professional genealogists and those who are planning to become one. Not sure about attending? Here's what you'll be missing!

"Stolen Ancestors: How to Identify, Reclaim, and Protect"
by James Jeffrey of the Denver Public Library

James may be America's most outrageous librarian. He says "Stolen Ancestors," where you confuse the dead and irritate the living, will cut through the confusion of finding ancestors.
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It will explore methods and tools to facilitate the recovery of ancestors and the ability to distinguish between fact and genealogical fiction. James even might also tell you where to find the best local history and genealogy bookstores in Boston and where to get the best clam chowder in Davis Square!

Professional genealogists and those considering a new career will also hear nine other great presentations. Nowhere else will you find the information and networking opportunities that can help you achieve, prosper, and grow in your careers.

For more on the Association of Professional Genealogists Professional Management Conference that is an exciting, regular part of the FGS Conferences, check out http://www.apgen.org/ and register for this at www.fgs.org.

Check out these previous blog posts about the PMC:



Don't let the ship sail without you.

The Association of Professional Genealogists Professional Management Conference 30 August 2006 in Boston at the Federation of Genealogical Societies conference Registration http://apgen.org/conferences/index.html

Hope to see you there.

Kathleen W. Hinckley, CG
Executive Director
Association of Professional Genealogists
PO Box 350998
Westminster, CO 80035


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