Events and Programs
Midwestern Roots 2012: Family History and Genealogy Conference
July 19 to July 21
Where Do You Think You Find It?
I N D I A N A P O L I S !
Added to the conference. The National Institute of Genealogical Studies will provide a free online course to every attendee.
Midwestern Roots 2012:
Family History and Genealogy Conference
Building on the theme Where Do You Think You Find It?, a wide range of nationally known speakers gather to help you continue on your journey to find your family story. We are excited to bring to you Dick Eastman, Shamele Jordon, J. Mark Lowe, Thomas MacEntee, Dan Poffenberger, Juliana Smith, Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak, D. Joshua Taylor, Patricia Van Skaik, Curt Witcher and more.
The pre-conference activities include a workshop for librarians and volunteers who work with genealogy sources, computer labs, writing workshops and other research opportunities. The day concludes with panelists featured on Who Do You Think You Are? sharing their experiences and insights from working on the television program.
If you attend only one conference in 2012, this is the one. Whether you’re just getting started or an experienced genealogist, there is something for you.
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