Sponsors Immigration Family History Expo, March 18

Posted by on March 11, 2010 in Company News is pleased to sponsor the upcoming Immigration Family History Expo on March 18, 2010, at Historic Masonic Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah. This day-long event will feature speakers discussing all aspects of our ancestor’s immigration experience.

Lew Cramer, World Trade Center Utah President and CEO, and Elizabeth Goryunova, the Center’s Executive Vice President and COO, will provide the opening address. Cramer and Goryunova will focus on the importance of migration, immigration, and emigration today and in the future. At the door registration begins at 8 a.m., the day’s session will begin at 8:30 a.m.

The Immigration Family History Expo, hosted by Family History Expos, Inc., will feature notable speakers throughout the day. The event will culminate with author, producer, and director Lorie Conway’s in-depth look in to the history of immigration to America. Her presentation will include a special screening of Forgotten Ellis Island: The Extraordinary Story of America’s Immigrant Hospital.

Register today to attend the Immigration Family History Expo, or learn more about the event.


1 francesca sinacoriMarch 15, 2010 at 9:47 am

cerco di rintracciare i fratelli di mio nonno sincori antonio sposato con cucchiara francesca mio nonno è morto da 20anni cosi penso i suoi fratelli ke emigrarono in america ma se qualcuno leggesse queste parole vi prego rispondete io sono la nipote sposata con figli mi chiamo sinacori francesca ho 47annimi ricordo un particolare che diceva mio nonno che 1 dei figli di suo fratello era all aereonautica io avri tanta voglia di incontrare qsuesti miei procugini e conoscere piu a fondo le mie radici il mio indirizzo è abito a.mazara del vallo tp sicilia via stella alpina 3 vi prego se qualcuno legge questo messaggio rispondaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ciao a presto

2 robert hendryMarch 16, 2010 at 5:49 am

your friday night show is terrible, who wants to know where these poeple come from? I want extra help which is what it makes it seem like. What a wasted hour..bob hendry

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