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Nordic Fest in Decorah, Iowa

July 23, 2015 - July 26, 2015

Jerry Paulson (Naeseth Chair for Genealogical Research & Publication at NAGC & NL) will be at Vesterheim’s Westby-Torgerson Education Center Building on the 2nd floor in the Fladager Library to answer questions about “what do we do at the Naeseth Library”; how to search for “your Ole & Lena” and share information about upcoming events, as well as the 2015 Salt Lake City Research Tour.

He will also have copies of A Research Guide for Norwegian Genealogy available for sale (special price $15/copy).

Jerry will be available Friday, July 24 and Saturday, July 25. He will be in the 2nd Floor Fladager Library during the following hours:

9 AM to Noon

1 PM to 5 PM

We invite you to stop by,  say hello to Jerry and become familiar with NAGC!

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Start:
July 23, 2015
End:
July 26, 2015
Website:
http://www.nordicfest.com/

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Decorah, IA United States + Google Map
Website:
http://www.nordicfest.com/

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