Come see us in the exhibit hall of the following conferences! We would be glad to give you more information and insight into “Summer Camp for Genealogists”! Exhibit halls are free and open to the public and often have many interesting activities.
- New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC.org) Springfield, MA April 27-29
- Ohio Genealogical Society Annual Conference, (OGS.org) Sandusky, Ohio April 27-29
- National Genealogical Society Annual Conference (NGSgenealogy.org) Raleigh, NC May 10-13
Registration Status: Although some 2017 courses have wait lists, the rest do have seats available. If your favorite course is not listed below, please ask to join the wait list! A lot can happen between now and June or July and we have already had to tap the lists as people finalize their summer plans.
For June 25-30 you can still claim your seat in:
- “Writing and Sharing Your Family History” with Michael Leclerc, CG
- “Research in the States of the Old Northwest Territory” (Ohio and west) with David McDonald, CG, and Peggy Lauritzen, AG
- “Research in Washington, DC, from Home” with Rick Sayre, CG, CGL and Pam Sayre, CG, CGL (Great way to learn about federal records on the internet!)
- “Tracing Your Roots in Eastern Europe” with Amy Wachs, J.D. and others
Course descriptions of all 18 sessions are described in detail under the Courses tab above.
July 16-21 courses still available are:
- “Intermediate Genealogy: Tools for Digging Deeper” with Paula Stuart-Warren, CG who asks for student brick wall problems ahead of time to use (and sometimes solve!) in class.
- “Law School for Genealogists” with Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL and Rick Sayre, CG, CGL with guest federal records expert from the U.S. CIS, Marian Smith who knows immigration inside and out! Understanding the laws our ancestors operated under can help answer questions about why they did “thus and such” and where the records are.
- “Gateway to the Garden State: Sources and Strategies for New Jersey Research” with Melissa Johnson, CG
Let us know how we can help you in your continuing genealogical education!