The North Carolina Genealogical Society is sponsoring a two-day workshop, THE NORTH CAROLINA-VIRGINIA CONNECTION, Helen Leary and Barbara Vines Little, speakers. The workshop will be held Nov. 12 & 13, 2004 (Friday & Saturday) at the Wake Commons Building, 4011 Carya Drive, Raleigh, NC.
Friday, Nov. 12:
"Colonial Settlement Patterns, Records, and Research Techniques" (Leary)
"Virginia Research I" (Little)
"Virginia Research II" (Little)
"Migrations Into, Through and Out of North Carolina" (Leary)
Saturday, Nov. 13:
"The Carolina Road" (Little)
"Virginia Suburbs in North Carolina" (Leary)
"The French and Indian War: Its Impact on Migration" (Little)
"How Much Proof is Enough?" (Leary)
Helen F. M. Leary, CG, CGL, FASG, FNGS, has been a professional genealogist since 1978. She is a Certified Genealogist, Certified Genealogical Lecturer, Fellow of the American Society of Genealogists, and a Fellow of the National Genealogical Society. She is the coeditor of and contributing author to North Carolina Research: Genealogy and Local History and revision editor for the second edition. She speaks with authority, accuracy, and humor about a wide range of genealogical and historical topics.
Barbara Vines Little, B.S., Concord College, M.Ed., U. of Va. has been a professional researcher since 1982. She specializes in Virginia record sources, land platting, neighborhood reconstruction and tax records. Barbara is a former President of the Virginia Genealogical Society and was the Program Chair for the 1999 NGS Conference in the States. She has been the editor of several genealogical publications including the Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, Der Kurier, and the Virginia Genealogical Society’s Newsletter. She has published three volumes of Virginia court records and lectures widely.
Details and registration information for this workshop are available at http://www.ncgenealogy.org/ by clicking on Calendar or Workshops on the left side of the page, then on Annual Meeting & Fall Workshop or from firstname.lastname@example.org by e-mail. Maps showing the location of the Wake Commons Building in Raleigh may be found at http://dirm.state.nc.us/happ/Map2Comns.pdf and http://www.ncgenealogy.org/workshops/2002/caryadrivemap.html
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