The following was received from Carolyn Davis:

Dallas Genealogical Society Spring Lecture to Feature Paula Stuart-Warren
February 8, 2013, Dallas, TX – The Dallas Genealogical Society (DGS) announces that Paula Stuart-Warren will be the featured speaker at their Spring Lecture “Records, Research and Stories” on Saturday, March 16, 2013, at the Dallas Public Library, 1515 Young Street, Dallas, Texas.

Topics include: “Tho’ They Were Poor, They May Have Been Rich in Records,” “Research Reports for Ourselves: More than a Research Log,” “Stuck? Have You Tried …? Have You Overlooked …?” and “A Baker’s Dozen: Easy Ways to Begin Writing Your Family History.

The fee for the one-day lecture series is $50 for members and $60 for non-members. A box lunch can be ordered for $10, and reduced parking is available. Online registration is open at www.dallasgenealogy.org with an early bird discount until February 27.

Paula Stuart‐Warren is a Board-certified genealogist and has served two years as a national officer of the Association of Professional Genealogists; six years as a board member of the Minnesota Genealogical Society; and on the Program Committees for the National Genealogical Society (NGS), and Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) conferences. She currently serves on the FGS Board of Directors and Conference Planning Committee and is co‐chair of the FGS 2013 Conference to be held in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

She has lectured at NGS and FGS national level conferences since the early 1990s. She has written for Ancestry Magazine, FGS Forum, NGS Magazine, New England Ancestors, Minnesota Genealogist, and is co‐editor of the FGS Conference News Blog and Paula’s Genealogical Eclectica. Her articles and lectures focus on unusual resources, manuscripts, methodology, analyzing records, Midwest, and Native Americans.

Since 1997 she has been a Course Coordinator for the annual Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy’s American Genealogy Records and Resources week‐long intermediate course, which includes classroom instruction and one‐on‐one assistance in the Family History Library. She has coordinated courses and taught at other multi‐date institutes.

About Dallas Genealogical Society
Founded in 1954, the Dallas Genealogical Society (DGS) is the oldest continuously functioning society of its kind in Texas. The object of this Society shall be to educate by creating, fostering, and maintaining interest in genealogy; to assist and support the genealogy section of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Dallas, Texas or to its legal successor; and to collect, preserve, copy, and index information relating to Dallas County and its early history. The Dallas Public Library has been rated as one of the Top 10 libraries for genealogy research in the U.S. by Family Tree Magazine.