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Series: National Genealogical Society Conference Syllabus

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The National Genealogical Society presents exploring a nation of immigrants, Houston style : syllabus : hosted by the Cl by National Genealogical *
The National Genealogical Society 1987 Conference in the States by National Genealogical *1987
Biloxi '88, a family affair :the 1988 conference in the states of the National Genealogical Society. by National Genealogical *1988
Journey Into Your Past: NGS Conference in the States, Syllabus by National Genealogical *1989
National Genealogical Society 1990 Conference Syllabus, parts 1 and 2 by National Genealogical *1990
The National Genealogical Society 1991 Conference in the States : syllabus : The End of the Oregon Trail by National Genealogical *1991
A Chesapeake Homecoming by National Genealogical *1993
The National Genealogical Society 1991 Conference in the States :syllabus : 29 May-1 June 1991, Red Lion Hotel/Lloyd Center, Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon /|chosted by the Genealogical Forum of Oregon, Inc. by National Genealogical *1994
"A Place to Explore" 1995 National Genealogical Society Conference in the States at San Diego by National Genealogical *1995
Syllabus, National Genealogical Society, 2015 Family History Conference, Crossroads of America, St. Charles, Missouri, 13-16 May 2015 by National Genealogical *1996
Pennsylvania, cradle of a nation : NGS, GSP, 7-10 May, 1997, Valley Forge : National Genealogical Society, 1997 Conference in the States : program syllabus by National Genealogical *1997
National Genealogical Society 1998 Conference in the States : program syllabus : Colorado Convention Center, 6-9 May 1998 by National Genealogical Society1998
1999 NGS Conference in the States: Virginia, Where a Nation Began: Syllabus by National Genealogical Society1999
National Genealogical Society 2000 Conference in the States Program Syllabus by National Genealogical *2000
2001 NGS Conference in the States in Portland, Oregon---Program Syllabus by National Genealogical *2001
2002 NGS Conference in the States Syllabus Milwaukee: An American Sampler by National Genealogical *2002
NGS Conference in the States: Pitsburgh, Moving a Nation Westward Program Syllabus (5/28-5/31/03) by National Genealogical *2003
NGS Conference in the States and Gentech 2004: Sacramento, A Golden Prospect Program Syllabus (5/19-5/22/04) by National Genealogical *2004
Tennessee crossroads : conference syllabus : National Genealogical Society Conference in the States, GENTECH 2005 by National Genealogical *2005
They passed this way : program syllabus by National Genealogical *2006
2007 NGS Conference and Family History Fair: Syllabus on CD by National Genealogical *2007
Show Me The Nation's Records (NGS Conference 2008) by National Genealogical *2008
2009 NGS Conference in the States (Raleigh, NC) Syllabus by National Genealogical *2009
Follow Your Ancestral Trail, National Genealogical Society 2010 Family History Conference Syllabus, Salt Lake City, Utah, 28 April - 1 May 2010 by National Genealogical *2010
2011 NGS Family History Conference ( Charlteston, S.C.) Program Syllabus by National Genealogical *2011
National Genealogical Society 2012 Family History Conference Syllabus (Cincinnati, Ohio) by NGS2012
NGS 2013 Family History Conference Syllabus, Las Vegas, Nevada by National Genealogical *2013

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  1. NGS Gentech 2004 by National Genealogical *
  2. Index to NGS and FGS Conferences and Syllabi by Joy Reisinger
  3. Federation of Genealogical Societies 2007 Conference (Syllabus) by Federation of ... Societies (1997)
  4. National Genealogical Society 1995 Conference in the States, Syllabus, Volume 2 by National Genealogical *
  5. NGS-Syllabus: Exploring A Nation of Immigrants - Houston Style. Vol 1 by Various
  6. National Genealogical Society 1995 Conference in the States, Syllabus, Volume 1 by National Genealogical *
  7. Meet Me in St. Louis, The People of America: Syllabus; 11-14 August 1999, St. Louis, Missouri by Federation of Genealogical Societies
  8. On to Richmond! Four Centuries of Family History (Syllabus of the 1994 FGS Conference) by Federation of ... Societies
  9. FGS 2001 Conference Syllabus - Great Bend Genealogy... a Heartland Gathering (IA & IL) by Federation of Genealogical Societies
  10. Finding Your Chicago Ancestors: A Beginners Guide To Family History In The City Of Chicago by Grace DuMelle (2005)
  11. 5th annual Genealogy Conference: How Can You Find Your Ancestors: Cleveland Ohio Familly History Center, 26 April 2008. by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  12. LEGENDS LIVE FOREVER - RESEARCHING THE PAST FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS by Federation of Genealogical Societies
  13. APG PMC Syllabus 2005 - Salt Lake City, Utah by Association of Profess*
  14. 1998 GenTech Syllabus by GENTECH
  15. National Genealogical Society Quarterly, v. 88, No. 2, June 2000 by Elizabeth Shown Mills (2000)

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