National Genealogical Society's Conference in the States
May 15-18, 2002 — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
The four-day conference offers more than 200 sessions (lectures and luncheons, workshops and labs) on virtually every aspect of genealogy. Because Milwaukee and the Midwest have historically drawn immigrants from many countries, ethnic and immigrant research (on both sides of the ocean) will be a major feature, but it won't be the only one. From Revolutionary War pensions to the 1930 census, to research in Social Security records, from research in New York to research in California, from lighthouse families to Chicago cemeteries, from Salt Lake City to France on the Internet, there will be much to offer any genealogist. Attend how-to sessions and hear talks by genealogy professionals (including Rhonda McClure - http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/genealogy/firstadvice.html).
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