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Join Ancestry and “Journey Through Generations” at FGS 2013

Posted by Pam Velazquez on June 17, 2013 in Events

Ancestry.com is pleased to join the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) at its annual conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana, August 21-24, 2013. Take advantage of the early bird pricing, register before July 1st and save $50. Register today!

 

The FGS conference has something for every genealogist – beginner, intermediate, advanced, and professional. Session topics include records, methodologies, military research, transportation, online resources, DNA, federal records, technology, migration, ethnic research, and of course the Midwest. Ancestry.com experts Lou Szucs, Crista Cowan, Duff Wilson, and Kenny Freestone, are just a few of the great speakers coming to the conference. Check the program for details about specific talks and presenters.

 

The exhibit hall will feature the latest software, books, maps, databases and gadgets for genealogists. Make sure to stop by the Ancestry.com booth to find out what’s new. Fort Wayne is home to the world-famous Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center, which will have extended research hours during the conference.

 

For program details, hours, and more information about the conference visit, https://www.fgsconference.org/. Check out the conference blog and Facebook page for the latest conferences news.

 

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