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 http://stlgs.org/NGS-German-Day.

NGS German Day, St. Louis Genealogical Society

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