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Wisconsin State Genealogical Society “2015 Gene-A-Rama”

March 27, 2015 - March 28, 2015

MIXING IT UP: OLD & NEW TECHNIQUES TO RESEARCH

SPEAKERS FOR THE TWO DAY EVENT INCLUDE: Jerry Paulson (Naeseth Chair for Genealogical Research & Publication at NAGC & NL); Cyndi Ingle (Cyndi’s List); Lori Bessler (Reference Librarian & Outreach Coordinator for Wisconsin Historical Society Library Archives); Lee Grady (Sr. Reference Archivist at the Wisconsin Historical Society); Russ Horton (Reference & Outreach Archivist at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum); Antje Petty (Asst. Director at the Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies (MKI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison); and Richard Pifer (recently retired Director of Reference & Public Services for the Library-Archives Division of the Wisconsin Historical Society).

LOCATION: Sheraton Madison (706 John Nolen Drive, Madison WI)

Registration fees are lower if your form is postmarked by February 27, 2015. For more information, contact the Wisconsin State Genealogical Society wsgs@wsgs.org

 

 

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“Dear Carol & Solveig, Thanks for all your help when I came to the Center: Solveig, for translating and the things we discussed; Carol, for helping me learn how to figure out the bygdeboker. This has been such an exciting endeavor for me, as I move from knowing only my great-grandmother's last name (and the wrong county in Norway) in 2014-to now having my family (and both sides of her family) all the way back to the 1600's & where they lived. So much fun. I will be back to work further, so I thank you again.”

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