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 2017 International Germanic Genealogy Conference - Audio Recordings Complete Set $199.00   
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2017 International Germanic Genealogy Conference audio recordings.

This package features audio recordings of all conference sessions listed below.


Item Code Title Speaker
28801 F-101 Plenary 1st half: The International German Genealogy Partnership (IGGP) Story Kent Cutkomp
28802 F-102 Plenary 2nd half: IGGP Vision of the Future. Connections: International. Cultural. Personal. Dirk Weissleder
28803 F-105 Researching German Roots in the Czech Republic Baerbel K. Johnson, AG
28804 F-108 German Church Records and Civil Records - Language, Format, and Content Lois Hemmeter Edwards
28805 F-109 Cyrillic Parish Records: A Guide to Documents Sigrid Pohl Perry, Ph.D.
28806 F-110 "Heimat Treffen": A Networking Case Study in Pomerania Dr. Charles and Donna Schilling
28807 F-115 You Know Where, and You Know When; I'll Let You Know How They Lived Ingeborg Carpenter, M.A.
28808 F-117 Luxembourg-American Genealogy: the Basics Bryna O'Sullivan
28809 F-120 I Have a German Ancestor! How Do I "Cross the Pond?" Joanne Daerr Ryder
28810 F-121 German Census Records 1816-1916 Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. and Jilline Maynes
28811 F-122 Ostfriesen Genealogy: An Overview Jill Morelli, CG
28812 F-123 Historical Geo Information System GOV Timo Kracke
28813 F-124 The Donauschwabens - Who Are They? Toni Perrone
28814 SA-201 Meyers Orts Gazetteer Fritz Juengling, Ph.D., AG 
28815 SA-202 Too Many Marys: Solving Identity & Same Name Conundrums Jill Morelli, CG
28816 SA-203 Genealogical Research in Lithuania, East and West Prussia Cynthia Spurgat Jacobson
28817 SA-206 Using Family Search.org for German Research. Dig Deep! Kim Ashford
28818 SA-207 Research in German-American Newspapers Kent Cutkomp
28819 SA-208 Die Pfalz: Understanding and Researching in Palatine Records Richard Haberstroh, Ph.D.
28820 SA-209 Researching Former German Provinces in the East Nathan Machula
28821 SA-211 Cashdollar, Blackwelder, Pennypacker: German Surnames, but Changed in America Ernest Thode
28822 SA-212 Start Your Research for German Ancestors with genealogy.net Timo Kracke
28823 SA-218 Beginner’s Luck: From Place Name to German Birth Record Lois Hemmeter Edwards
28824 SA-219 Researching in Germany Shirley Riemer & Roger Minert
28825 SA-220 Discovering Your Black Sea German Ancestors Carolyn Schott
28826 SA-221 From Rural to Urban: Researching a Story of Mass Emigration from Northern Westpreußen to Buffalo, New York, U.S.A. Donald P. Schwert, Ph.D.
28827 SA-222 Hessen: The Land of Hansel and Gretel Toni Perrone
28828 SA-224 German Guilds and Their Records: A Possibility for Filling Gaps When Church Records Are Missing Fritz Juengling, Ph.D., AG 
28829 SA-225 Navigating Luxembourg's Civil Registration Bryna O'Sullivan
28830 SU-301 Make Sense Out of Census Records – an Overview: Fact or Fiction? Bill Cole
28831 SU-302 Misspelled German Place Names Ernest Thode
28832 SU-303 An Alsatian-American Case Study Richard Haberstroh, Ph.D.
28833 SU-304 Parting Ways: Finding Your German Families in Australia Benjamin Hollister
28834 SU-306 German Names: Their Origin and Distribution Fritz Juengling, Ph.D., AG 
28835 SU-309 Internet Resources for Pommeranian Research Paul Sternberg
28836 SU-311 The "Push" and the "Pull": Decision-Making of the 19th Century Emigrant Jill Morelli, CG
28837 SU-313 Online Resources for German Research in Formerly Eastern Areas Baerbel K. Johnson, AG
28838 SU-314 1848er Democratic Revolutionaries and the German Mass Migration to the Midwest Yogi Reppmann, Ph.D.
28839 SU-315 German Jewish Genealogy Toni Perrone
28840 SU-320 How to Read German Birth, Marriage, and Death Records and Special Features of the Palatinate Werner Esser, Dr.-Ing
28841 SU-321 DNA Genealogy: How I Identified My Anonymous Sperm Donor Father and What It Means for Donors and Birth Parents Everywhere John Vanek
28842 SU-324 Using Digital Libraries to Research Your German Ancestors Baerbel K. Johnson, AG
28843 SU-327 IGGC Exclusive: Family Mining – A New Methodology for Global Surname-based Research Dirk Weissleder


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