Christmas Day - NAGC will be closed, so our staff can spend time with their families. God jul!Find out more »
New Year's Day - NAGC will be closed, so our staff can spend time with their families. Godt nyttår!Find out more »
Good Friday - NAGC will be closed, so our staff can spend time with their families. God Påske!Find out more »
Affiliate Hosted by the Wisconsin State Genealogical Society and Winnebagoland Genealogical Society, the Spring 2018 Spring Gene-A-Rama will be held at the Best Western Riverfront Hotel & Conference Center in Neenah, Wisconsin. For more information, visit: https://wsgs.orgFind out more »
Memorial Day observed - NAGC will be closed, so our staff can spend time with their families.Find out more »
The 2018 Nordlandslag Stevne will be held at the Ramada Inn (3333 13th Avenue South in Fargo ND). For more information, contact Stevne Host Devon Jokstad. Email: DevonJokstad@msn.com Phone: 701-232-2131Find out more »
Independence Day - NAGC will be closed, so our staff can spend time with their families.Find out more »
The 7 Lag Stevne will be held in Willmar, Minnesota. Details will be available on Sigdalslag website: www.sigdalslag.orgFind out more »
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“Dear Solveig, Thank you so much for all the translations you did for me -- and the Lee family! ....All the translated letters are now incorporated in the book I'm writing about my grandfather, his ancestors and descendants. It has been such an enjoyable experience reading the translations and learning of the experiences, thoughts, feelings, challenges, etc. of the Lee immigrants in the later 1800's and early 1900's. ”
- Ron (Rhode Island)