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Saturday, April 8, 2017

SLIG at the 2017 NGS Family History Conference

 The annual National Genealogical Society's Family History Conference will be held 10-13 May 2017 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Our SLIG 2018 team will be there in full force along with many course coordinators and instructors.





 When you're strolling through the exhibit hall, stop by booth 326 and talk to our Director, Peg Ivanyo. We have many new courses available in 2018 and some classics coming back.





 SLIG 2018 Course Coordinators and Instructors at NGS



ANGELA PACKER MCGHIE, CG

W126 Using Identity Characteristics to Locate Your Ancestors
T217 Beyond Population: Researching in the Special Census Schedules


CARI A. TAPLIN, CG

W125 The Most Prominent Citizens: Using County Histories in Your Research


CRAIG ROBERTS SCOTT, MA, CG, FUGA

W158 North Carolina in the War of 1812
F325 Researching a Revolutionary War Ancestor in North Carolina and Virginia



DAVID OUIMETTE, CG, CGL

T251 Silent Border Crossings: Tracing the Elusive Immigrant Who Left Only Breadcrumbs for Clues


JOHN PHILIP COLLETTA, PHD, FUGA

W159 Understanding Archives: What They Are and How to Use Them
T203 Hacks and Hookers and Putting Up Pickles: Snares of Yesteryear’s English
S433 Lectures vs. Talks: Documentability on a Sliding Scale? ($)
F313 The Library of Congress: An Introduction and Overview


JUDY G. RUSSELL, JD, CG, CGL

W133 Preserving the past, protecting the future: FGS + RPAC ($)
W121 The Law and the Reasonably Exhaustive (Re)Search
T242 DNA and the Hidden Half of the Family (LS)
S403 Courting North Carolina: The Courts of the Tarheel State
F307 Rainbows and Kaleidoscopes: Inclusion as a Professional and Personal Genealogical Standard


MICHAEL D. LACOPO, DVM

S459 “She Bore Her Suffering with Christian Fortitude”: Using Religious Newspapers and Periodicals
F317 “She came from Nowhere…” - A Case Study approach to a difficult Genealogical Problem.


MICHAEL L. STRAUSS, AG

F355 Refugees, Claims, and Conscription: Your Ancestors During the Reconstruction Era


PAMELA BOYER SAYRE, CG, CGL, FUGA

T247 Newspapers and Periodicals at the Library of Congress
T202 When You’re Not Who You Thought You Were (LS)
S413 Clues in Missouri Migration


RICHARD G. SAYRE, CG, CGL, FUGA

W148 The Mexican War—An Important War for Southern Research
T211 BCG Certification Seminar
F324 Using Maps of the Southeast United States to further your Genealogical Research
F305 Finding your Ancestor in Military Bounty Land Applications


THOMAS W. JONES, PHD, CG, CGL, FASG, FUGA, FNGS

F305 Finding your Ancestor in Military Bounty Land Applications
W153 Planning “Reasonably Exhaustive” Research
S431 Citing Your Sources: Comedy or Tragedy? ($)
S427 Genealogical Documentation: The What, Why, Where, and How
F351 Converting a Bunch of Information into a Credible Conclusion (LS)



Please check the NGS online schedule for specific dates and times.



Hope to see you there!


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