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Monthly on 1st Thursday Kent Historical Society
Kent Chronicles

Bereiter House, 855 E. Smith Street, Kent, WA 98030.
Intended for adults of all ages and home schooled students.
Are you interested in a lively discussion about history? We'll look at artifacts, watch movie clips and much more!
Starting time varies, check the KHS Event Calendar.

Monthly on 1st Thursday King County Library System
Genealogy Research: Using Ancestry

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM, Computer Lab, Bellevue Library, 1111 110th Ave. NE, Bellevue
Learn to use the popular Ancestry Library Edition database to do genealogical research at the library. We will discuss the contents of the database, learn searching strategies and explore ways to save and use search results. The class will include hands on searching practice. Bring information on your own ancestors to use during practice segments of the class and bring a flash drive to save your results.

Class is offered every first Thursday of the month. No registration necessary! There is room for 8 people in the computer lab. First come, first seated.

Monthly on 2nd Thursday NARA Seattle
"Lunch at the BRICK WALL" (FREE)

11:30 AM - 1:00 PM Come bring your brown-bag lunch and your "impossible genealogy problem" and our knowledgeable staff will brainstorm possible solutions!

Monthly on 3rd Wednesday Heritage Quest Research Library
Let's Talk Genealogy

11:30 AM - 1:30 PM, Heritage Quest Research Library, 1007 Main St., Sumner, WA
Group Chat. This is an opportunity to gather with others interested in genealogy and family history. Come share your experiences and put your questions on the table... someone just might have suggestions to help. Bring a sack lunch - FREE

Monthly on 3rd Thursday Museum of History & Industry MOHAI
History Cafe

7:00 - 8:00 PM
Join MOHAI on the 3rd Thursday of the month at MOHAI's Compass Café for a lively discussion about history. Each cafe features a different topic, and invites history enthusiasts to come together and share what you know. Grab a cup of coffee - or glass of wine - and enjoy learning about the past!
History Cafe is co-presented by MOHAI, KCTS 9, The Seattle Public Library, and HistoryLink.org.
Cost: FREE (Does not Include Museum Admission)
Location MOHAI - Compass Café
Contact Curt M Fischer | (206) 324-1126 ex. 165
RSVP at Meetup.com site

July 6-10, 2015 International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
35th IAJGS International Conference

The 35th IAJGS International Conference will be held in Jerusalem, Israel.

July 12, 2015 Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
Living Voices presentation - Klondike, the Last Adventure

2:00 PM, Klondike Gold Rush N.H.P., 319 Second Avenue South, Seattle, WA

This production is a partnership between Living Voices and the National Park Service. These are free live performances of an original script based on the life of one young woman who followed the lure of riches and a new life to join a world-wide stampeded into the last grand adventure of the 19th century - the Klondike Gold Rush.

July 13-18, 2015 American Historical Society of Germans from Russia
46th AHSGR International Convention • A Salute to Our Heritage

Holiday Inn Grand Montana, 5500 Midland Rd., Billings, MT 59101
Convention Flyer & Registration • See their website for complete details.

July 15-19, 2015 Germans From Russia Heritage Society
45th Annual International GRHS Convention

Ramkota Hotel, Bismarck, ND
Watch their website for details.

July 18, 2015 King County Library System
Discover Your Family History: An Introduction to Genealogy

11:00 AM - 12:45 PM, Meeting Room, Auburn Library, 1102 Auburn Way S., Auburn
Interested in tracing your family history but don't know where to start? This session will walk you through the early steps of this exciting pastime. Learn how to start filling out pedigree charts and interviewing relatives before you sit down at the computer, discover free sources online and at the library, and explore the different types of books and magazines to help you on your way.

July 19-24, 2015 Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh

LaRoche College, 9000 Babcock Blvd., Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Six different week-long genealogical courses which incorporate hands-on learning in a state-of-the-art and friendly community atmosphere.

Check their website for details.

July 20, 2015 University of Washington
Genealogy & Family History Certificate Program Free Fall Preview Class

6:00 - 8:00 PM July 20, 2015, Learn more about this certificate program during an upcoming class. This two-hour preview class will be informative, experiential and interactive, and give you a sense of what to expect in the certificate program beginning this fall. Genealogy & Family History Info Meeting

July 25, 2015 Issaquah History Museums
Olde Town Mine History Hike

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, Issaquah Train Depot Museum, 78 First Avenue NE, Issaquah
Did you know that downtown Issaquah used to be the site of massive coal mines? Sign up for our “Olde Town Mine History Hike”! Join IHM history hike leader, Doug Bristol, in exploring the mining history that continues to shape downtown Issaquah. Get a new perspective on the Olde Town neighborhood through historic photos, maps, and observation of the changing landscape.
This loop walk will cover the recently re-done area near the Issaquah Creek dam and Mine Hill areas before returning to the Depot. This is a moderate hike with some steep sections on well-developed gravel and paved trails.
Participants meet at the Issaquah Depot Museum. Advance registration required. Tickets are $7.50 general admission or $5 for members. Walks are held rain or shine. Bring water, snacks, and wear comfortable walking shoes. Please leave dogs at home.
More information is a available by contacting the Issaquah History Museums at 425-392-3500 or info@issaquahhistory.org.
Order tickets via Eventbrite.

July 25, 2015 King County Library System
Beyond Ancestery.com

11:00 AM - 12:45 PM, Meeting Room, Algona-Pacific Library, 255 Ellingson Rd, Pacific, WA
Ancestry.com is one of the largest genealogy databases on the internet today, and they have the advertising dollars to make themselves known. However, there are many, many other online resources (most of them free) that can supplement the information you have on your family and fill in the missing puzzle pieces. We'll talk about census records, vital records, online newspapers, state archives and libraries, cemetery records, military records, and more.
Presenter: Claudia Breland

July 28-31, 2015 2015 Conference on Family History and Genealogy

The 47th annual BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy will offer more than 100 classes, allowing participants to gain new skills and helpful information.
BYU Conference Center, 770 East University Parkway, Provo, Utah.

August 1, 2015 East European Genealogical Society
2015 Seminar • Ancestral Evidence - Names, Places, And Documents

8:30 AM - 7:00 PM, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 45 Dalhousie Drive, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Speakers: William "Fred" Hoffman, Matthew Bielawa, and John D. Pihach

William "Fred" Hoffman
  • The How and Why of East European Place Name Changes
  • Understanding Language Variations of East European First Names
Matthew Bielawa
  • Analyzing Vital Records of the Austrian, Prussian and Russian Empires
John D. Pihach
  • Beyond Vital Records: Galician Documents of Genealogical Value from Poland and Ukraine
Ask the Experts Panel Session will feature William "Fred" Hoffman, Matthew Bielawa, John D. Pihach, Brian J. Lenius, and Maralyn A. Wellauer-Lenius

See their website for complete details.

August 1, 2015 Historic Seattle • Digging Deeper
Eastside Heritage Center

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM, Eastside Heritage Center, 2102 Bellevue Way SE, Bellevue, 98004
$10 general public / $8 members / $5 students

Digging Deeper is Historic Seattle's multi-session program designed to provide attendees with behind-the-scenes insight to primary research materials in the many archives and libraries in Seattle and King County.

August 9, 2015 Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
Living Voices presentation - Klondike, the Last Adventure

2:00 PM, Klondike Gold Rush N.H.P., 319 Second Avenue South, Seattle, WA

This production is a partnership between Living Voices and the National Park Service. These are free live performances of an original script based on the life of one young woman who followed the lure of riches and a new life to join a world-wide stampeded into the last grand adventure of the 19th century - the Klondike Gold Rush.

August 11-15, 2015 Foundation for East European Family History Studies
2015 Eastern European Family History Conference

Plaza Hotel, Salt Lake City, Utah
See their website for details.

August 13-15, 2015 Northwest Genealogy Conference
Northwest Genealogy Conference 2015

Byrnes Performing Arts Center, 18821 Crown Ridge Blvd., Arlington, WA 98223
The annual Northwest Genealogy Conference is dedicated to bringing high quality, national level genealogical education to the Pacific Northwest. NwGC is also committed to supporting local experts and speakers with our incredible venue.
See their website for details.

August 15, 2015 Issaquah History Museums
Grand Ridge Mining History Hike

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, East Sunset Trailhead
Have you ever wanted to walk in the footsteps of Issaquah's earliest miners? On Auguest 15th, you will have the chance to explore the daily commute of miners who worked in Issaquah's longest-lasting coal mining operation starting in 1888. The three-mile adventure will be well worth the wear on your shoes.
Issaquah's coal miners typically worked ten-hour days for low pay in dangerous and uncomfortable conditions. Comparatively, this hike will be a walk in the park. Literally. Issaquah History Museum's Doug Bristol will lead you from downtown Issaquah to the mine site through an historically significant section of the county's 1300 acre Grand Ridge Park. Entertained by amazing and amusing tales, you will walk along the old rail bed of the North Bend branch of the Northern Pacific Railroad to a spur built specifically to serve the mine. The mine site itself is one of the best preserved in Issaquah, and it will afford you an opportunity to imagine the clanking of metal, the shouting of men, dynamite explosions, the clatter of train wheels, and the crash of rock as it fell into railroad cars.
Have we tempted you? It is easy to get your tickets with Eventbrite. Tickets are $7.50 for general admission or $5 for members. You will meet with other participants at the East Sunset Trailhead for a moderately easy hike on well-developed gravel and dirt trails. The walk will be held rain or shine. Bring water and snacks, and wear comfortable walking shoes. We love dogs, but this particular hike is for people only. Please leave your canine friends at home.
To help ensure that the Grand Ridge Hike is safe and enjoyable for all, participation is limited to a maximum of 20 guests. All participants must register through Eventbrite. No "add-on" guests or children under 10 years of age can be accommodated on this hike. All persons under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
For more information, contact the Issaquah History Museums at 425-392-3500 or info@issaquahhistory.org.
Order tickets via Eventbrite.

Aug 28-Sep 4, 2015 Federation of Genealogical Societies
2015 Alaskan Cruise

FGS conference attendees will set sail from Seattle, Washington on August 28, 2015 for 7 nights aboard Royal Caribbean's luxurious Jewel of the Seas in the Federation's maiden voyage of genealogy cruising. The ports of call will include Alaskan cities Juneau and Skagway and Victoria, British Columbia, and cruise goers will experience breathtaking views while cruising the Alaska Inside Passage and Tracy Arm Fjord. Speakers include Elizabeth Shown Mills, David E. Rencher, Judy G. Russell, and D. Joshua Taylor.
Conference registration opens April 1, 2015 • See their website for details.

August 29, 2015 Issaquah History Museums
Summer Downtown History Hike

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM, Issaquah Train Depot Museum, 78 First Avenue NE, Issaquah
Doug Bristol, Issaquah History Museums docent and story-teller extraordinaire, will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from the Native Americans to the present day. The tour will begin at 10:30am at the Historic Issaquah Depot Museum. It will cover roughly two miles of level sidewalk and will last approximately two hours. Advance registration is required.
Walks are held rain or shine. We recommend that you bring water and snacks, and request that you leave animal companions at home. Especially snakes.
For more information, contact the Issaquah History Museums at 425-392-3500 or info@issaquahhistory.org.
Order tickets via Eventbrite.

September 3, 2015 Historic Seattle • Digging Deeper
Providence Mount St. Vincent Archives

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM, Providence Mount St. Vincent Archives, 4800 37th Ave SW, Seattle, 98126
$10 general public / $8 members / $5 students

Digging Deeper is Historic Seattle's multi-session program designed to provide attendees with behind-the-scenes insight to primary research materials in the many archives and libraries in Seattle and King County.

September 4-16, 2015 American Ancestors New England Historic Genealogical Society
Great Migration 2015 Tour

Embarks from New York
An exclusive tour to follow the Atlantic crossing aboard the Queen Mary 2 in Hampshire and Wiltshire, led by Robert Charles Anderson, FASG
See their website for details.

September 6-12, 2015 Ulster Historical Foundation
Tracing your Irish Ancestors

Belfast, Dublin, Derry City & more
Trace your Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors and learn about the history of Ireland and your ancestors' lives and migration experiences first-hand through assisted research with our expert genealogists in the Belfast and Dublin archives, complemented by excursions through Ireland's beautiful landscape to some of her most historic sites.

September 10, 2015 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

Richard Wightman Fox will discuss What We've Forgotten about Lincoln's Body, and What We've Never Known.
See their website for complete description of presentations.

September 13, 2015 Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
Living Voices presentation - Klondike, the Last Adventure

2:00 PM, Klondike Gold Rush N.H.P., 319 Second Avenue South, Seattle, WA

This production is a partnership between Living Voices and the National Park Service. These are free live performances of an original script based on the life of one young woman who followed the lure of riches and a new life to join a world-wide stampeded into the last grand adventure of the 19th century - the Klondike Gold Rush.

September 12-23, 2015 Irish Genealogical Society, International
IGSI 2015 Irish Genealogy Research Trip

IGSI is sponsoring a 12 day genealogical research trip to Ireland from September 12 to September 23, 2015. In addition to the research time in both Dublin and Belfast there will be a number of sightseeing tours by coach. See their website for details.

September 12, 2015 Tri-City Genealogical Society
TCGS 2015 Seminar

Featured speaker: Bill Dollarhide

  • Dollarhide's Five Rules
  • American Migration Routes 1750-1800
  • Civil War Genealogy
  • Finding Living Relatives Online

See their Flyer for details • Brochure & Registration Form

September 17-19, 2015 Central New York Genealogical Society
New York Genealogical & Biographical Society
Federation of Genealogical Societies
2015 New York State Family History Conference + FGS Regional Conference

See their website for details.

September 19, 2015 Klamath Basin Genealogical Society
Genealogy Workshop - Featuring Cindi Ingle

8:45 AM - 4:00 PM, Klamath Community College, 7390 S. 6th St., Bldg. 6, Klamath Falls, OR

Workshop Details & Registration Form

September 19, 2015 Skagit Valley Genealogical Society
Annual Seminar • It's All About Life

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Mt. Vernon Senior Center, 1401 Cleveland St., Mt. Vernon, WA

Mary Kathryn Kozy

  • Researching Newspapers
  • Google and Genealogy Tools

Jill Morelli

  • Writing Your Family History
  • My Top Ten Tech Tools I Use

Flyer & Registration Form

September 21-25, 2015 International Society for British Genealogy and Family History
2015 British Institute

Salt Lake Plaza Hotel, Salt Lake City, Utah. Check their website for additional details.

September 24-26, 2015 Montana State Genealogical Society
26th Annual State Conference "Harvesting Your Roots"

Butte Civic Center, Butte, Montana

Paul Milner, National Expert on British Isles Genealogy

  • English Parish Registers: How to Access, Use And Interpret
  • Buried Treasures: What's In The English Parish Chest
  • Finding The Correct Place: Maps and Gazetteers For Scottish Research
  • Effective Use Of England's National Archives Website

Maureen Taylor, The Photo Detective

  • Identifying And Dating Family Photographs
  • Buns, Beards, Bodices & Bustles: Understanding Ancestors Through Clothing
  • Preserving Family Photographs 1839 To The Present
  • Right Or Wrong: 6 Things You Need To Know About Picture Sharing Online

See their website for additional details.

September 25-26, 2015 Polish Genealogical Society of America
2015 PGSA Bus Tour & Conference

Chicago Marriott Midway, 6520 S. Cicero Ave. Chicago, IL
See their website for complete details. • Flyer & Registration Form

September 26, 2015 Highline Historical Society
Caring for Your Family Treasures Workshop

2:00 - 3:30 PM, SeaTac City Hall, 4800 S 188th St., SeaTac, WA

Highline Historical Society's Curator of Collections Nancy Salguero McKay will provide an inter-generational workshop with her 8 year old daughter. Learn to share techniques, materials, and resources necessary to care for textiles, photos, books, documents, scrapbooks, and paper memorabilia at any age.
Please provide your own object or project to work together with your child. Materials provided. $25.00 for one adult and one child.
Advance payment required. Register for this workshop by contacting the Society at 206-246-6354 or editor@highlinehistory.org

September 26, 2015 Whatcom Genealogical Society
2015 Fall Seminar

8:30 AM - 4:00 PM, Saint James Presbyterian Church, 1910 14th St., Bellingham, WA

Featured Speakers: Jill Morelli & Jim Johnson

  • The "Push" and the "Pull": Decision Making of the 19th Century Emigrant
  • Insanity in the 19th Century
  • Getting the Most from Insurance Maps
  • Finding and Using Your Ancestors' Church Records

Seminar FlyerRegistration Form

Autumn 2015 University of Washington
Certificate in Genealogy & Family History

Start Date: October 8, 2015, Complete information about this program is now available. See the course web page for additional details and to register.

July 20, 2015 6:00 - 8:00 PM, Free Fall Preview Class

October 3, 2015 Eastern Washington Genealogical Society
Fall Seminar

Country Homes Christian Church
Featuring Cyndi Ingle of Cyndis' List
Watch their website for additional details.

October 2-3, 2015 Polish Genealogical Society of Connecticut and the Northeast, Inc.
2015 Polish Genealogical Conference

Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT.
Watch their website for additional details.

October 8, 2015 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

Clair Ferris will discuss Abraham Lincoln's Funeral and the national outpouring of grief, including the extensive plans, the railroad cortege from Washington to Springfield, the procession at Springfield, and the burial at Oak Ridge Cemetery.
See their website for complete description of presentations.

October 10, 2015 Heritage Quest Research Library
Autumn Quest 2015 • Finding Women from your Past

8:15 AM - 3:30 PM, Faith Covenant Church, 1915 Washington St., Sumner, WA
Speakers: Donna Potter-Phillips, Jill Morelli, Janice Lovelace, and Janet Camarata

  • Jill Morelli: Soldiers, Spies, & Farm Wives - Changing roles of women during the Civil War
  • Janice Lovelace: Beyond online - Finding women in the Courthouse
  • Donna Potter-Phillips: Finding your Women on the Internet
  • Janet Camarata will be: Brick wall Women

See their website for complete details & registration form

October 15-17, 2015 American Ancestors New England Historic Genealogical Society
Research Getaway

99-101 Newbury Street, Boston, MA
Escape to NEHGS for three days of research, consultations, lectures, and social events while exploring the rich offerings of the NEHGS research library and benefiting from the knowledge of expert genealogists.
Check their website for complete details.

October 17, 2015 Hayden Lake Family History Center
Annual Free Family History Seminar

Hayden Lake LDS Stake Center - 2293 W. Hanley, CdA, ID
Watch their website for additional details.

October 17-18, 2015 Seattle Genealogical Society
Fall Seminar: The Family History Detective: Finding Solutions To Your Toughest Research Problems

Speaker: Dr. Thomas W. Jones, CG, CGL

October 17th Seminar

  • Can a Complex Research Problem Be Solved Solely Online?
  • Five Ways to Prove Who Your Ancestor Was (Some Reliable and Others Not Reliable)
  • Inferential Genealogy: Deducing Ancestors' Identities Indirectly
  • Solving the Mystery of the Disappearing Ancestor

October 18th Special Classes

  • Developing Research Questions and Hypotheses: Planning an Exhaustive Search
  • Special Problems: Finding Immigrant and Migrant Origins

Via: SGS Monthly Updates Watch their website for details.

October 21-24, 2015 Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International
15th CGSI Genealogical and Cultural Conference

The Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International (CGSI) will hold its 15th Genealogical and Cultural Conference at the Cedar Rapids Marriott Hotel, 1200 Collins Road NE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52402.
Watch their website for additional details.

October 21-25, 2015 Association of Personal Historians
20th Anniversary Conference, Cultivate & Thrive

Sacramento, California
Please join us in Sacramento for Cultivate & Thrive, a special conference celebrating our organization's 20th anniversary, where we will share knowledge and enjoy the benefits of captivating keynote sessions, workshops, and other events that will inspire you for the year ahead.
See their website for details.

October 24, 2015 Genealogical Forum of Oregon
Fall Seminar - Topic TBA

Milwaukie Elks Lodge, 3121 SE McLoughlin Blvd., Milwaukie OR
Featured speakers: Pam and Rick Sayre

October 24, 2015 Victoria Genealogical Society
2015 Seminar CREATING CONNECTIONS THROUGH DNA: Genetic Genealogy in the Digital Age

8:30 AM - 4:30 PM, St. Aidan's Church Hall, 3703 St Aidan's Street, Victoria, BC.
Featured speakers: Barbara Johnson, Wedlidi Speck & Stuart Rennie
See their website for complete details & registration form.

Oct 25-Nov 1, 2015 American Ancestors New England Historic Genealogical Society
Salt Lake City Research Tour 2015

Salt Lake City, UT
Experience the world's largest library for genealogy and family history as NEHGS returns to Salt Lake City and the Family History Library for our thirty-seventh annual research tour. Activities include individual consultations with NEHGS genealogists, lectures, and other special events.
Check their website for complete details.

November 12, 2015 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

Frank "Rusty" Starr will discuss Medicine in the Civil War, from the pre-war years through 1865, emphasizing how the war revolutionized medicine in America, in a presentation that will include period medical instruments and artifacts.
See their website for complete description of presentations.

December 10, 2015 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

John Hough will discuss the 1864 Confederate attack on the Union gunboat USS Underwriter, anchored off New Bern, North Carolina.
See their website for complete description of presentations.

January 11-15, 2016 Utah Genealogical Association
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy

SLIG 2016 will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah
On-line registration opens June 20, 2015
See their 2016 Tracks Page for course list & instructors.

January 14, 2016 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

TBA
See their website for complete description of presentations.

February 11, 2016 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

Rick Solomon will discuss all four "Lee to the Rear" incidents.
See their website for complete description of presentations.

March 10, 2016 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

Dick Miller will discuss The Gentleman and the Roughs: Colonel John Potts Slough and the 1st Colorado Volunteer Infantry.
See their website for complete description of presentations.

April 14, 2016 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

Richard Sommers will discuss Richmond Redeemed: Enduring Lessons in Strategic Leadership from the Siege of Petersburg.
See their website for complete description of presentations.

May 4-7, 2016 National Genealogical Society
NGS 2016 Family History Conference • Exploring the Centuries…Footprints in Time

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 4-7 May 2016. Watch their website for details.

May 12, 2016 Puget Sound Civil War Round Table
2015 - 2016 Speaker Schedule

Timothy B. Smith will discuss Difficult and Broken Ground: The Terrain Factor at Shiloh. Many factors combined to produce the major Union victory there.

June 3-5, 2016 Ontario Genealogical Society
2016 Conference Genealogy on the Cutting Edge

Toronto’s International Plaza Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Watch their website for details.

July 2016 National Institute on Genealogical Research

In view of the recent death of Patricia Shawker, CG, director of NIGR, 2007-2015, the board of directors has postponed the 2015 institute until July 2016. The National Institute on Genealogical Research (N.I.G.R.), at the National Archives in Washington D.C. and College Park, Maryland, is an intensive program offering on-site examination of federal records. Designed for experienced researchers, it is not an introduction to genealogy. The program focuses on commonly used records such as immigration, military, land, African American, and naturalization. Complementing those core lectures will be presentations on lesser-known federal records useful to family historians. The group spends one day at Archives II in College Park, Maryland, and there are optional evening sessions at the Library of Congress and the DAR library.

August 7-12, 2016 International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
36th IAJGS International Conference

The 36th IAJGS International Conference will be held in Seattle, Washington.
Hosted by IAJGS, JGS of Washington State and JGS of Oregon.

Aug 31-Sep 3, 2016 Federation of Genealogical Societies
FGS 2016 National Conference

Springfield, Illinois, Celebrate our 40th Anniversary with us as we return to the Land of Lincoln in 2016.

July 23-28, 2017 International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
37th IAJGS International Conference

The 37th IAJGS International Conference will be held in Orlando, Florida.

Aug 30-Sep 2, 2017 Federation of Genealogical Societies
FGS 2017 National Conference

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh will provide a wonderful historical backdrop with its rich genealogical resources for this four day genealogy event with local co-host Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society.

August 23-26, 2018 Federation of Genealogical Societies
FGS 2018 National Conference

Fort Wayne, Indiana, FGS returns to the Hoosier State in 2018 providing attendees convenient access to Allen County Public Library which houses one of the largest genealogical research collections available with records from around the world.

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  Greater Kent Historical Society Museum Calendar
  Heritage Quest Research Library Event Calendar
  Humanities Washington List of Events
  Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State Meetings
  Museum of History & Industry MOHAI Calendar of Exhibits and Programs
  National Genealogical Society Conferences & Events
  Pacific Northwest Historians Guild Event calendar
  Puget Sound Civil War Round Table Speaker Schedule
  Renton History Museum Adult and Family Programs Speaker Program
  SoCoCulture SoCo Events Calendar
  Washington State Genealogical Society Current Events Calendar
  Washington State History Museum Events and Programs
  White River Valley Museum Events Calendar

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