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Join Us at RootsTech 2014!

Posted by Pam Velazquez on February 3, 2014 in Events

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This week several members of the Ancestry team will be at RootsTech in Salt Lake City, Utah. We have a booth in the main hall where our team members will be ready to assist with any of your questions as it relates to our collections, products or if you just need assistance on ‘where to look next’. Fold3 and Newspapers.com will also have booths ready to assist you.

Once you’ve walked the show floor, make sure to check out all the sessions taking place that will cover metholodigies, DNA, tools of the trade, and more – including these being led by Ancestry team members:

  • The Scoop on Newspapers.com led by Peter Drinkwater – Thursday, 10:30am in Ballroom E
  • Online Trees: Root of All Evil? with Anne Gillespie Mitchell – Thursday, 2:30pm in Ballroom A
  • Common Surnames: Finding Your Smiths  with Juliana Szucs Smith - Thursday, 2:30pm in Ballroom C
  • Let the Records Tell the Story led by Crista Cowan – Friday, 10:30am in Ballroom G
  • Getting the Most Out of Ancestry.com led by Crista Cowan – Friday, 2:30pm in Hall E
  • Learning How to Tune Your Ancestry.com Search with Anne Gillespie Mitchell – Friday, 2:30pm in Ballroom A
  • Personalizing WordPress led Amy Johnson Crow  - Saturday, 10:30am in Ballroom D
  • Putting Your Ancestors in Historical Perspective: Extracting Stories from Military Records on Ancestry.com and Fold3 with Saturday, 10:30am in Ballroom C
  • Getting the Most Out of Archives.com led by Amy Johnson Crow  - Saturday, 2:30pm in Ballroom B

We hope to be seeing you there!

 

1 comment

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1 Carol KalarFebruary 10, 2014 at 11:18 pm

There was an article in the Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Ut paper on Friday, February 7th that talked about the Rootstech conference and the various website that are available for family history search. It was also noted that ancestry.com would be free to LDS Church members, is this really correct? If so, when will this be available? Thank you. Carol Kalar

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