Posted by on August 11, 2010 in News

Make a date to meet generations of your family at 
Boston Family History Day 2010 — Saturday, October 16, 2010
Brought to you by and the New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS)

Register today for this exciting event, which will include a full day of classes, family history, and of course experts on hand to answer your questions.

Family History Classes
Choose from more than a dozen classes to get pro tips and guidance from the experts at NEHGS and Class topics will include something for every family historian:

  • Getting the most from your
  • Researching your New England ancestors
  • Discovering NEHGS family history resources
  • Getting started in family history
  • Finding your family in immigration records
  • And much more!

Have New England ancestors, but you hail from somewhere else? Boston Family History Day is a great reason to head back to your ancestral home – learn new tips on researching ancestors’ lives, discover unparalleled New England resources provided by NEHGS  . . . and take in Boston’s beautiful fall foliage.

One-on-One Consultations
Sit down with professional genealogists from NEHGS who can help you outline resources for getting started, breaking through brick-walls, specific ethnic or geographic problems, and more.

Document and Photo Scanning 
Have your family photos and historical documents scanned – for free – on professional scanning equipment provided by It’s a unique opportunity to have your family history records digitized!

Learn more about Boston Family History Day 2010 at


  1. Deb H

    Anastasia – I went to this same event in Boston when it was held this past February. It was good, and the scanning service was helpful (although registering for scanning sessions was a madhouse). However, I notice that the seminar topics this time are nearly exactly the same (with the exception of the one on immigration). I checked my syllabus from February to make sure. Will there be anything different at this conference that will make it worth my while to go again?

  2. Anastasia Tyler

    Deb — A great question about the classes. The day will consist of 4 class sessions — with 4 concurrent classes per session. We are still determining the exact class offerings. In general, many classes and topics will be new and some will be the same as last February. The final class offerings will be based 100% on classes and topics attendees tell us they are most interested in attending. The final class schedule will include more than a dozen class offerings. We hope you’ll be able to join us!

  3. Deb H

    Thanks for the reply, Anastasia…but I’m hesitant to register for a conference when the classes haven’t been defined. I guess I’ll take my chances and hope that it won’t be sold out if I decide to come later.

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