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 21578 - Complete FGS 2013 Conference MP3 CD-ROM
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Take the conference home with the Complete FGS 2013 MP3 Audio Recordings on CD-ROM !

This interactive multimedia CD-ROM features audio of all sessions recorded live during the conference. Plays on any computer. MP3 audio files of each session to listen to on your MP3 player.


THIS CD-ROM PACKAGE INCLUDES ALL OF THESE PRESENTATIONS FROM THE CONFERENCE

Item Session Wednesday, August 21, 2013 Speaker
21580 W-100 Is Your Society Web Site All It’s Cracked Up To Be? Cyndi Ingle Howells
21581 W-101 Twenty-First Century Strategies for Handling Society Correspondence Paula Stuart-Warren CG, FMGS, FUGA
21582 W-102 Creating Master Databases from Local Genealogical Resources Dana Ann Palmer CG
21583 W-103 Finding and Keeping Volunteers Amy Johnson Crow CG, MLIS
21584 W-104 Community Trees: A Win-Win Project for Societies David S. Barss AG
21585 W-106 RPAC: Strategies for Protecting Access to State Vital Records Jan Alpert, Jan Meisels Allen,
Frederick E. Moss
21586 W-108 Dog Pile! Energizing Your Society Through Projects and Causes Devin Ashby
21587 W-109 Overcoming "We Have Always Done It That Way" Syndrome D. Joshua Taylor MA, MLS
21588 W-110 Printed vs. Online Publishing for Societies Donna M. Moughty
21589 W-111 Preserving Genealogical Society Records Diane VanSkiver Gagel MA
21590 W-112 Organizing a Society Seminar or Conference C. Ann Staley CG, CGL
21591 W-114 Breaking Out of the Box: Creative Thinking for Your Society Amy Johnson Crow CG, MLIS
21592 W-115 Social Media for Our Societies Tina Lyons
21593 W-117 Collaborate! Projects of the Chicago Genealogical Society and Newberry Library Ginger Frere MLIS
21594 W-118 Survive and Thrive Cherie Bush, Fran Jensen BA, MPA
21595 W-120 Funding Projects Large and Small Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens CG
21596 W-122 Reaching Out Online: How to Grow Your Society Through Social Media Devin Ashby, Courtney Connolly
21597 W-123 Developing a Virtual Cemetery Project Dana Ann Palmer CG
21598 W-124 Planning for the Future: Creating Your Society's Long-Range Strategic Plan D. Joshua Taylor MA, MLS
21599 W-125 Avoiding the Pitfalls of a Society Sponsored Research Trip Billie Stone Fogarty M.Ed
21600 W-127 Your Society and the Internet Linda Woodward Geiger CG, CGL
21601 W-129 Starting and Maintaining a Pioneer Descendants Program C. Ann Staley CG, CGL
21602 W-130 Society Partnership Opportunities Ed Donakey, Elaine Hasleton BA, AG
Item Session Thursday, August 22, 2013 Speaker
21603 T-201 They Went Down with the Ship—Do Their Records Survive? Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens CG
21604 T-202 Planning and Executing Efficient and Effective Research: A Case Study Thomas W. Jones PhD, CG,
CGL, FASG, FUGA, FNGS
21605 T-203 Jewish Given Names and Naming Patterns Debra Braverman
21606 T-204 Hometown Heaven: Discovering European Hometowns in the Immigrant
Ancestors Project
Jill N. Crandell MA, AG
21607 T-205 Did Your Ancestor Follow the River? The Inland Rivers Library Patricia Moseley Van Skaik MA, MLS
21608 T-206 DNA Testing for Genealogy: The Basics Robert D. McLaren
21609 T-207 Michigan Roots: Genealogy Research in the Wolverine State Kris W. Rzepczynski MLS, MA
21610 T-208 Records of Forts and Posts Craig Roberts Scott MA, CG
21611 T-212 Finding a Needle in the Haystack of Territorial Papers Elizabeth Kelley Kerstens CG
21612 T-213 Smiths and Joneses: Success with Families of Common Name Elizabeth Shown Mills CG,
CGL, FASG
21613 T-215 Online Resources for Eastern European Research Lisa A. Alzo MFA
21614 T-216 Low Bridge, Ev’rybody Down: Navigating the Erie Canal Records Karen Mauer Green CG, FGBS
21615 T-217 Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Lines of Descent Debbie Parker Wayne CG
21616 T-218 Beginning Kentucky Research at The Genealogy Center Delia Cothrun Bourne
21617 T-219 The Homestead Act & Land Entry Files Billie Stone Fogarty M.Ed
21618 T-222 Pulled from the Shadows: The Life of Free Black Delphi Benson Patricia Moseley Van Skaik MA, MLS
21619 T-223 The Development of Eastern European Jewish Surnames Debra Braverman
21620 T-224 Will the Real Sven Larsson Please Stand Up? Daniel Hubbard 
21621 T-227 Buckeye Beginnings: An Introduction to Ohio Research Amy Johnson Crow CG, MLIS
21622 T-228 The Postman Cometh: Using Federal Postal Records (RG 28) Linda Woodward Geiger CG, CGL
21623 T-229 Who, What, Why, When, Where and How of American Divorce Judy G. Russell JD, CG, CGL
21624 T-230 Research Reports for Ourselves: More than a Research Log Paula Stuart-Warren CG,
FMGS, FUGA
21625 T-231 Huguenots in New Amsterdam and Early New York Karen Mauer Green CG, FGBS
21626 T-233 Focusing on Pathways ‘cross the Ohio River J. Mark Lowe CG, FUGA
21627 T-234 Once You Have Your DNA Results, What Next? Robert D. McLaren
21628 T-235 First Steps in Indiana Research Harold Henderson CG
21629 T-236 Federal Records Relating to Rivers and Canals Pamela Boyer Sayre CG, CGL
21630 T-237 BCG Certification Seminar Jeanne Larzalere Bloom CG,
Elissa Scalise Powell CG CGL,
David McDonald CG,
Debbie Mieszala CG
Item Session Friday, August 23, 2013 Speaker
21631 F-300 Getting the Most out of Historical Newspapers Peter Drinkwater 
21632 F-301 Trousers, Beds, Tacks & Housekeeping Bills: Problem Solving with ‘Trivial Details’! Elizabeth Shown Mills CG, CGL, FASG
21633 F-303 Finding Your German Ancestors Using U.S. Resources  G. David Dilts AG
21634 F-304 The 17,000,000 Stories of Ellis Island: What’s Fact? What’s Myth? John Philip Colletta PhD
21635 F-305 Forgotten Beneficiaries--Finding Southerners White and Black Served by the
Freedman's Bureau
Angela Y. Walton-Raji
21636 T-306 Research in the Hawkeye State: Records and Repositories of Iowa Jill N. Crandell MA, AG
21637 F-307 Effective Use of ScotlandsPeople Website Paul Milner
21638 F-309 Mapping the Past: Navigating Your Family History with Maps Daniel Hubbard
21639 F-310 Genealogical Documentation: The What, Why, Where, and How Thomas W. Jones PhD, CG, CGL,
FASG, FUGA, FNGS
21640 F-311 Getting to Know Fold3 Gordon Atkinson
21641 F-312 Life, Liberty And The Pursuit Of Hanover Military Records Teresa Steinkamp McMillin CG
21642 F-313 Finding Ethnic Origins and Naturalizations in the Midwest Loretto (Lou) Dennis Szucs
21643 F-315 The Ohio Historical Society as a Repository of Genealogical Records Elizabeth L. Plummer
21644 F-316 Researching Michigan Ancestors Online Kris W. Rzepczynski MLS, MA
21645 F-317 Lost Children: Orphans, Vagrants, Delinquents, Half-Orphans, Dependents,
Surrendered, Adopted
Jeanne Larzalere Bloom CG
21646 F-318 Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Research: Resources, Methods, and Skills Debbie Mieszala CG
21647 F-319 Image Organization Made Easy Eric C. M. Basir
21648 F-321 Immigrant Cluster Communities:  Past, Present, and Future Lisa A. Alzo MFA
21649 F-322 Overcoming Brick Walls in African American Research G. David Dilts AG
21650 F-323 Researching at The Genealogy Center Melissa Shimkus MLS
21651 F-324 Discovering the Past Block-by-Block: Using ChicagoAncestors.org Ginger Frere MLIS
21652 F-328 Roadblocks, Red Lights and Detours: Records Access Issues Judy G. Russell JD, CG, CGL
21653 F-329 Getting the Most from the Records: Wring Them Dry Linda Woodward Geiger CG, CGL
21654 F-330 Using Your Word Processor to Create a Publication Pamela Boyer Sayre CG, CGL
21655 F-331 German Marriage Laws and Customs F. Warren Bittner CG
21656 F-332 Passenger Arrival Records, Colonial Times to Mid-20th Century John Philip Colletta PhD
21657 F-334 Beyond Fort Wayne, Madison, and the Newberry: Lesser-Known
Midwestern Archives
Harold Henderson CG
21658 F-336 War of 1812 Bounty Land in Illinois, Missouri, & Arkansas Billie Stone Fogarty M.Ed
21659 F-337 Identity Crises: Right Name, Wrong Man? Wrong Name, Right Man? Elizabeth Shown Mills CG, CGL, FASG
21660 F-338 Evernote for Every Genealogist Cyndi Ingle Howells
21661 F-339 He Took Her Name:  Understanding German Farm Names Teresa Steinkamp McMillin CG
21662 F-340 Whiskey, Brandy and Family Migration J. Mark Lowe CG, FUGA
21663 F-341 Discovering Your Community Through the Black Benevolent Societies Angela Y. Walton-Raji
21664 F-342 The Newberry: Chicago’s Independent Research Library Ginger Frere MLIS
21665 F-343 HeritageQuesttm Online – The Ins and Outs C. Ann Staley CG, CGL
21666 F-344 Scanning+Image Editing+Placement [2-hour workshop] Eric C. M. Basir
21667 F-345 Options in Post-Adoption Research  Debbie Mieszala CG
21668 F-346 Tips and Tools for Planning and Tracking Research Debbie Parker Wayne CG
21669 F-349 Settling the Midwest: Migration to the Great Lakes Region Kris W. Rzepczynski MLS, MA
21670 F-350 Following Slaves & Slaveholders Using Estate and Settlement Records  J. Mark Lowe CG, FUGA
21671 F-351 Midwestern Archives and Libraries: Keeping Up With Changes Loretto (Lou) Dennis Szucs
21672 F-352 Digital and Online Resources of the DAR, Washington, DC Stacie Newton
Item Session Saturday, August 24, 2013 Speaker
21673 S-400 Sixteen Repositories, One Life: Uncommon Sources Portray a 19th-Century Immigrant John Philip Colletta PhD
21674 S-401 Finding Fathers: Bridging the Generation Gap Elizabeth Shown Mills CG, CGL, FASG
21675 S-402 eBooks for Genealogists Pamela Boyer Sayre CG, CGL
21676 S-403 Irish Maps and Tools for Finding the Right Place Paul Milner 
21677 S-404 Three Ways to Improve Your Speaking Ideas Harold Henderson CG
21678 S-405 Researching Your Union Ancestor at The Genealogy Center Delia Cothrun Bourne
21679 S-406 Society of Separatists of Zoar Elizabeth L. Plummer, Lisa Wood
21680 S-408 Ours and Theirs: Tax and Land Laws Debbie Parker Wayne CG
21681 S-409 “A Wife, Or Rather a Woman”: Identifying the Wife of Edward Worthington,
Kentucky Pioneer
Karen Mauer Green CG, FGBS
21682 S-410 Introduction to FamilySearch Community Trees David S. Barss AG
21683 S-411 Using the Internet to Research Scottish Ancestry Robert D. McLaren
21684 S-412 Creating Family Histories for Future Generations Thomas W. Jones PhD, CG, CGL,
FASG, FUGA, FNGS
21685 S-413 Compiling a Military Service Record Craig Roberts Scott MA, CG
21686 S-414 Finding Catholic Church, Cemetery, School, and Religious Order Records Loretto (Lou) Dennis Szucs
21687 S-416 Researching Midwestern American Indians Paula Stuart-Warren CG, FMGS, FUGA
21688 S-417 Unlock the Treasures of Public Land Records Richard G (Rick) Sayre CG, CGL
21689 S-418 Truth Or Fiction? Unraveling a Family Yarn Teresa Steinkamp McMillin CG
21690 S-419 Scanning 101 Eric C. M. Basir
21691 S-420 American Records Overseas: The U.K. National Archives (Kew) D. Joshua Taylor MA, MLS
21692 S-421 It Takes a Human: Genealogists and Writing Jeanne Larzalere Bloom CG
21693 S-422 Discovering Civil War Nurses & Matrons--Their Records and Their Stories Angela Y. Walton-Raji
21694 S-423 Finding the Inner Light: Researching our Quaker Ancestors Diane VanSkiver Gagel MA
21695 S-424 Researching Indiana Digital Collections Online Melissa Shimkus MLS
21696 S-429 Organizing Evidence to Overcome Record Shortages Thomas W. Jones PhD, CG, CGL,
FASG, FUGA, FNGS
21697 S-430 Getting the Most of FamilyTree Maker Duff Wilson
21698 S-431 The Irish Diaspora: The Famine Irish in America Diane VanSkiver Gagel MA
21699 S-432 Speak, Write, and Publish Safely – Staying Out of Copyright Trouble  Judy G. Russell JD, CG, CGL
21700 S-433 Researching Your Confederate Ancestor at The Genealogy Center Delia Cothrun Bourne
21701 S-434 Finding Baptist Ancestors in Midwestern Manuscripts J. Mark Lowe CG, FUGA
21702 S-435 The Polished Gems: Cook County, Illinois Property Records Jeanne Larzalere Bloom CG
21703 S-437 Overlooked and Undervalued: Local Government Records in New York State Karen Mauer Green CG, FGBS
21704 S-438 Lessons from a Snoop: Collaterals and Associates Debbie Mieszala CG
21705 S-439 Finding Answers in the Census Crista Cowan
21706 S-440 Researching Irish Ancestors Online Marie Daly
21707 S-442 Why Should I Look at Revolutionary War Pension Records? Melissa Shimkus MLS
21708 S-444 History and Records of Indiana’s “Gore” Tina Lyons
21709 S-445 U.S. Territorial Pappers, 1798-1907  Linda Woodward Geiger CG, CGL
21710 S-446 Finding the Only Child’s Niece Debra Braverman
21711 S-447 Advanced Googling for Grandma Cyndi Ingle Howells
21712 S-448 English Parish Registers: How to Access, Use and Interpret Paul Milner 
21713 S-449 Family History Writing Made Easier: Cloud-based Tools Every Genealogist Can Use Lisa A. Alzo MFA
21714 S-450 The Indian Wars Craig Roberts Scott MA, CG
21715 S-451 Researching Mormon Ancestors in the 19th Century Midwest Jill N. Crandell MA, AG

 






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