12 February 2007

29 March 2007 Princeton, Illinois

I will be presenting "Discovering Your Own Migration Trail" at the monthly meeting of the Bureau County, Illinois, Genealogical Society on 29 March 2007. I always enjoy my trips to Princeton. The Bureau County group is a very active one and usually have well attended meetings--a model group for others in similarly sized communities.

Meeting starts at 7:00 and is at the Society's downton library.

More information about the Society can be found on their website.

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06 February 2007

Pittsburgh, PA--21 April 2007

I will be the featured speaker at the Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society's annual Spring Seminar on 21 April 2007 at the Holiday Inn in Greentree. More details will be posted as they become available and some information is on the Society's website. I'm looking forward to my first trip to Pittsburgh.

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Computer workshops-St. Peters, Missouri 14 April 2007

I will be presenting two half-day computer genealogy workshops in St. Peters, Missouri, for the St. Charles County Genealogical Society on 14 April 2007. One session will be on preserving and publishing your research online and the afternoon session will be on using DeedMapper to plat ancestral properties.

Sessions will be held in a computer lab and registrants will have a computer to use during the applicable parts of our workshops.

The workshop will be held at St. Charles Community College in St. Peters.

The St. Charles group is an excellent group to work with and I always look forward to my trips there.

More information on the workshop can be found at
http://www.rootdig.com/stchas2007.htm

Hope to see you there.

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05 February 2007

Virginia Beach--31 March 2007

I'll be presenting at an all-day conference in Virginia Beach on 31 March 2007 at the Virginia Beach Central Library, sponsored by the Virginia Beach Genealogical Society.

Topics include:
Online Genealogy Research: what to do, how to do it, and how to keep organized
Effective Internet Searching
Beginning Your German Research

More information can be found on the Society's conference website.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~vavbgs/conference.html

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