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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

German Studies: Understanding German Records and Methodology - Pre-NGS 2015 Event

If you've got Germanic roots, you'll want to attend the NGS 2015 pre-conference event titled German Studies: Understanding German Records and Methodology offered by the St. Louis Genealogical Society. This all-day program 12 May 2015, starting at 8:30 a.m., will offer helpful hints and suggestions to enrich your research. All speakers have an extensive German background and their biographies are available in the NGS 2015 conference brochure.
  • Finding a Town of Origin, Baerbel Johnson, AG
  • German Historical Maps and Territories, Warren Bittner, CG
  • Finding the Correct German Archives, Carol Whitton, CG
  • Strategies for Solving German Research Problems, Baerbel Johnson, AG
  • German History Makes a Difference, Warren Bittner, CG
The registration fee of $110 includes a special German syllabus, all sessions, plus lunch.

NGS 2015 conference registration is not required to participate in this event. Further details are available at

NGS German Day, St. Louis Genealogical Society

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