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Mission Viejo, CA
A Family History Seminar
Saturday, October 18, 2003, 9:00am to 3.30pm

Dr. George K. Schweitzer

Speaking on:

1. From Rivers to roads to Canals to Railways
(How Transportation Set Genealogical Settlement Patterns
2. Frontier Religion And It's Genealogical Effects
3. Research In Burned Counties
4. Questions And Answers

Dr. Schweitzer is Alumni Distinguished Professor at the University of Tennessee and holds BA, MS and PhD degrees in Chemistry, an MA in the History of Religion, a PhD in History of Science and Doctor of Science in Philosophy of Science. He is Phi Beta Kappa and is listed in Who’s Who in America. He has authored 220 publications including 19 genealogical guidebooks. Professor Schweitzer uses historical reenactment to teach genealogy and has traced many of his ancestral lines back to the early 1500s. He has lectured to over 200 genealogical and historical societies in the United States, Canada, England and Germany.

Location: Mission Viejo City Hall, 100 Civic Center Dr., La Paz & Marguerite

Doors open 8:30am - Browse displays and sales
Opportunity Quilt Drawing

Preregistration must be received by: October 15th / Tickets at the door: $25.00; no lunch

Reservation for Dr. Schweitzer Seminar, October 18, 2003

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Make Check payable to "SOCCGS" and mail to: P.O. Box 4513, Mission Viejo, CA 92690-4513 Call (949)581-0690 for more information Reservations must be received by October 15, 2003

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