Joe lives in Denver and has a variety of Web pages with Genealogy tips, articles, and research guides. He also has a blog about Cemeteries and Cemetery Symbols which was featured in a post here August 2006.
22 June 2007
5 June 2007
The Federation of Genealogical Societies annual conference will be held 15-19 August 2007 in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. The conference is being hosted by the Allen County Public Library. The Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center, which is adjacent to the conference center, holds the largest collection of genealogical research materials in any public library in the U.S.
Three Colorado genealogists, Birdie Holsclaw, CG, Julie Miller, CG, and Roberta “Bobbi” King, will be lecturing at the FGS Conference and the Association of Professional Genealogists Professional Management Conference, which is a pre-conference to the FGS conference held on 15 August in Ft. Wayne.
Birdie Holsclaw, CG Lectures
Five Fabulous Web Tools for Genealogists
Julie Miller, CG Lectures
Anatomy of a Successful Meeting
Teamwork Strategies for Societies
Google is Not the Only Game in Town
Bobbi King Lectures
You Can’t have a Potluck on the Internet
Homesteads Failed and Claims Lost
If you would like more information about registration, program, and other events, go to the FGS Conference Web site.
Bobbi King, a member of the FGS Board of Directors, will put potential roommates for the 2007 conference in touch with each other via email. For further information about this service go to FGS Roommate Service.