Ogden conference also features Chinese specialist
Just got off the phone with Holly Hansen, President of MyAncestorsFound.com.
Its amazing how the local newspaper and television stations have picked up
on the Northern Utah Family History Conference & Symposium -- to be held
THIS WEEKEND. Yes, Ol' Myrt here will be speaking, but I am particularly
excited to provide technical computer support to the Chinese genealogy
expert. Her name is Sheau -yueh J. Chao.
Sheau -yueh J. Chao is Professor/Librarian and Head of Cataloging at the
William and Anita Newman Library at Baruch College, City University of New
York. She is a researcher in Chinese genealogies and has been working on the
field for more than ten years. She has published numerous articles,
presented her research at international conferences and is the author of IN
SEARCH OF YOUR ASIAN ROOTS: genealogical research on Chinese surnames.
Here's more about the event, which has family history classes and exhibits
for beginners as well as intermediate and advanced researchers:
Major Genealogy Event Coming to Ogden, Utah
October 6-7, 2006
Have you ever told yourself, "I'd like to learn more about my roots"? The
time has arrived and help is right at your door!
My Ancestors Found, a local Utah business, has pinpointed Ogden, Utah as the
place to be Oct 6-7, 2006. Family history and genealogy enthusiasts will not
be disappointed with the more than 70 classes being offered to help you jump
start the process. The great thing about this is and you don't even have to
have Utah roots. Presentations for beginning or expanding your family
history have an "International Flare!"
Come learn how to find your African American, American Indian, Chinese,
English, German, Mexican, Italian, and/or U.S. Ancestors.
Discover more about Migration Patterns, Tracing Ladies, Early Virginia
Research, Wagon Trains and Indian Fights, U.S. Civil War Records,
Homesteading, Regional Approaches to Research, Tax Records with an Uncommon
Value, U.S. Census Records, Early LDS Ancestors, Immigration and
Naturalization, just to name a few.
Increase your skills by attending the hands-on computer lab and other
technology based presentations including: Mailing Lists, Message Boards,
Blogs, RSS, and Podcasts; Organizing Computer Files; GPS and the
Genealogist; PDAs for Genealogists; and that is only the beginning. Simple
Research Tools for Beginners and Learning to Plan a Family Reunion will also
Gain a deeper understanding of major family history collections available to
us such as: Records in the Granite Mountain Vault, Digital Family History
Collections, Pedigree Resource File; Ancestry.com, BYU Library, Ogden
Regional Family History Center and the world largest genealogy library - The
Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
Benefits include learning how to Organize, Preserve and Share your Family
History, Write a Personal History, Scrapbook Historical Events, Care and
Repair for Photos, Mapping Your Family's History, Search the Web.
Presenters are flying in from all over the U.S. from New York City to
The Exhibitors will be first class with products and services including
Professional Research Assistance from My Ancestors Found, The Genealogical
Institute, and Dee's Genealogy Service. Family History Software including:
RootsMagic, Legacy, Passage Express, LifeStory, and PAF Insight. Genealogy
books, CDs, scrapbooking supplies and gift ideas include: Rootstamps,
Generation Maps, Dee's T-shirts, Legacy & Light, GenCharts for PAF, and
other terrific stuff for genealogists.
Exhibitors are coming in from Arizona, California, Hawaii, New Jersey,
Texas, and Washington, with several local vendors from right here in Utah!
Friday and Saturday evenings enjoy a live production performed in the
beautiful Peery Egyptian Theatre. "Remember the Tears" offers original
vignettes, music and art telling the stories of tragedy, humor, romance, and
triumph of the belated Mormon pioneer companies of 1856. This presentation
was written by Jolene Allphin and Sherryl Fowers and composed by Peter and
For full details about this fantastic event, visit
http://www.MyAncestorsFound.com or call 801.829.3295.
Happy family tree climbing!
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