Claire Bettag, CG, FUGA, was the featured speaker at our annual Family History Conference, Saturday, 20 April 2013. Ms. Bettag gave four lectures during the full-day conference, which was titled “Research, Records, and Repositories.” In addition, to Ms. Bettag, Bruce Buzbee, from RootsMagic, and several local speakers made presentations.
All of the lectures were professionally recorded and are now available as audio CDs, until 1 September 2013 only, for $16 per lecture or as a set for $195.
NARA Records and Information at Your Fingertips, Claire Bettag
Getting Started in Genealogy, Ilene Murray
What's New in RootsMagic 6, Bruce Buzbee
Library of Congress Resources: Newspaper and Current Periodicals Collections, Bettag
Land Grant Records at the Missouri State Archives, Christina Miller
Publishing a Complete Family History with RootsMagic, Buzbee
I Found the German Town—Now What?, Kathy Wurth
Organizing Your Family History Electronically, Ann Fleming
Free Online Books! Read All About It!, Deborah Cribbs
Assumptions: A Genealogical Slippery Slope, Bettag
The StLGS Website: A Genealogical Goldmine, Bob Goode
What's Your Plan? Mapping Your Research, Bettag
Migration Pathways of our European Ancestors, Murray
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