Sunday, July 20, 2014

Midwest Family History Expo Early Bird Expires Soon

The following is from Family History Expos.

Midwest Family History Expo Early Bird Expires Soon
Save dollars by signing up today for the Midwest Family History Expo in September. Early Bird pricing is only $69.00 for the full event. We have scheduled two days filled with research classes and professional assistance to help you with increasing your research skills and research success with your personal family history.

The Midwest Family History Expo is September 12-13, 2014 in Kearney, Nebraska at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center. Full details are located online at

This event focuses on the principles and strategies used by professionals to locate and correctly document your family history. You don't have to be a pro to get results like one. Download a flyer by clicking on this link: 

We invite you to treat yourself, a friend, or loved one with this exceptional opportunity to focus on family history. Help us to spread the word!

Here are a few highlights:

Ask-the-Pros, bring your personal research and have one of our professionals take a look, you will walk away with a research plan and to do list for your personal project. Pros are available during and between class sessions. This is a tremendous value to you, take advantage of this free offer for registered attendees only.

Arlene H. Eakle, Ph.D., is a professional genealogist with a 96% success rate. She as addressed more than 600 conferences and researches in libraries and archives all over the U.S. in addition to her Internet research activities. She is the founder of the Genealogical Institute. She will present classes on Migration of Church Groups to the Midwest; Immigration Sources: Passenger Lists; and Pennsylvania Migration Patterns. Dr. Eakle is an expert in U.S. and British Isles research.

Ruth Ellen Maness, AG, a Germanic and Scandinavian specialist with more than 45 years experience served as the Senior Consultant at the FamilySearch Family History Library for many years. She has authored books and articles and has lectured for the National Genealogical Society, the Federation of Genealogical Societies, Brigham Young University Genealogy Conferences and more. She takes a yearly field trip to Scandinavia and European countries each year. She will present classes on Learning to Read Scandinavian and Germanic Script; Tools for Effective Family Tree Analysis; Scandinavian Gazetteers; Putting Your Ancestors Back in the Homeland; and Avoiding Mistakes in German Research.

Ruby Coleman, currently President of the Nebraska State Genealogical Society. Author of Iowa Genealogical Research, and Genealogical Research in Nebraska. She has been conducting her personal research for nearly 50 years and researching professionally for 30 year. She will be presenting  classes on Organizing Your Genealogical Mess; Treasure in Genealogical Research; The Immigrant Woman; 10 Great Things about the 1940 Census; and Am I an American Now - Becoming Naturalized.

James L. Tanner, has over 30 years experience in genealogical research. He is well known for his Genealogy Star's Blog, recognized as one of the top genealogy blogs in the U.S. He has a B.A. Degree in Spanish, an M.A. Degree in Linguistics, and a J.D. Degree in Law and has 37 years experience as a trial attorney in Arizona.

For full information on all classes and presenters visit our website at: 

We hope to see you at our Midwest Expo this year!

or call us on the phone and we'll be happy to assist you -- (801) 829-3295

If you are already registered, Thank you!

Please invite a friend or family member to come with you and take advantage of this exceptional family history event.

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Thank you from the whole Family History Expos Team!

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