details. You may also mail copy to: GenealogyBlog.com, PO Box 830, Bountiful, UT 84011. All events that are half-day or more are welcomed. This isn’t the place for general meeting announcements.
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GENEALOGY RELATED SEMINARS, WORKSHOPS, CONFERENCES, FAIRS, RETREATS, CRUISES, ETHNIC EVENTS, & INSTITUTES – In Reverse Chronological Order
December 7-13, 2014 – Salt Lake City, Utah
Do You Want to Make Gigantic Leaps in Locating Your Ancestors? Do you have brick-wall problems in your genealogy research? If so – plan on joining with GenealogyBlog Editor, Leland K. Meitzler, and Donna Potter Phillips at the 30th annual Salt Lake Christmas Tour to the Family History Library this December.
The Salt Lake Christmas tour is known for having the highest percentage of professional researchers per attendee of any Salt Lake research tour.
Why December? Early December is an ideal time to come to the Family History Library. The library isn’t crowded, as it is at other times of the year. The festivities in Salt Lake City are underway and the Christmas Tour Family is waiting with open arms for you to join them.
By joining us in Salt Lake City on a Salt Lake Christmas Tour, you will be in the right place – at the right time – to locate more ancestors than you may have ever found before.
For more information, see: www.SaltLakeChristmasTour.com , or call 801-992-3705.
June 8-13, 2014 – Birmingham, Alabama
The Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research (IGHR) will take place at Samford University. The following program tracks are planned: Techniques & Technology; Intermediate Genealogy & Historical Studies; To Be Determined; Advanced Methodology & Evidence Analysis; Writing & Publishing for Genealogists; Advanced Library Research: Law Libraries & Government Documents; Virginia: Her Records & Her Laws; Researching African American Ancestors; U.S. Military Records; and Irish Genealogical Research. For more information, See: http://www4.samford.edu/schools/ighr/