200 Years of Alabama Roots : An Alabama Bicentennial Genealogy Event
March 23, 2019
March 23, 2019
20th Annual Seminar of Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society Inc. Presenter: J. Mark Lowe, CG, FUGA
Family Trees: Build One or Cut Them Down : Understand the advantages of creating a public family tree, and what you should and should not include. Learn how to deal with incorrect or unsubstantiated information.
Finding, Locating, and Using Online Manuscripts : Records about families which moved or those individuals and neighbors back East are also often elusive, but may hold hidden treasure for the persistent researcher. Discover the people with whom they worked, prayed, fought, and married.
Live or Webinar: Learning More About Genealogical Resources : Today's technology allows us to learn from resources far away from our home base. Learn what's available, how to find the media, and where you are most likely to find the right answers.
Ten Tools You Need Today : These ten bookstools or web resources are needed by every family researcher. Learn about building your reference shelf for genealogical research, and how to use these handy references to move your research to the next level.
Fees: Includes lunch meal, $30 if registered by early bird deadline Wednesday, March 13. Registration after March 13 and at the door will be $35. Early registration is the best way to ensure that you will have lunch and the provided handouts! Exhibitors will display throughout the day. We will draw for door prizes at the end of the day.
Program Address: Downtown Civic Center, 623 Broad Street, Gadsden, Alabama 35901 (formally known as Senior Activity Center)
Parking: There is parking available at the back of the Civic Center off of 6th St.
Special Considerations: Facility is handicap accessible.
Exhibitor Tables: If you are interested in having an exhibitor table, please contact us.
Event Start Time: Registration begins at 8:30AM on March 23, 2019.
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Surname Database: We would like to include the surnames you are planning to research in the event handouts as a researcher's list. If you would like to share this information, please do so below.
Questions: Email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the NEAGS, visit neags.com. For a more immediate response, call Wayne/Gloria Gregg (256-706-3262), Julia Young (256-504-1485), Kathy Burttram (205-283-8890), or RoseMary Hyatt (256-490-4683).