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 17090 - Complete Conference FGS 2011 MP3 CD-ROM
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Complete FGS 2011 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, September 7, 2011 Speaker
17091 W-104 But It's My Family: Copyright Issues for Genealogists Cath Madden Trindle
17092 W-105 Tour Guide and Travel Agent: Planning Your Society's Next Research Trip D. Joshua Taylor
17093 W-103 The Dollars and Cents of Fundraising Curt B. Witcher
17094 W-106 Bylaws and Standing Rules: A New Direction for AAGS Deborah Abbott
17096 W-112 Reaping the Rewards of Your Annual Seminar Donna M. Moughty
17097 W-114 Reports and Charts for your Society's Board and Membership Jake Gehring
17098 W-110 21st Century Marketing Techniques for Genealogists/Genealogical Societies Thomas MacEntee
17099 W-109 Organizing and Carrying Out a Society Project C. Ann Staley
17100 W-113 Internet Collaborative Tools for Genealogical Societies Jane G. Haldeman
17101 W-116 Fiscal Considerations for Your Non-Profit Society Board Cath Madden Trindle
17102 W-119 Effective Editing and Writing Pamela Boyer Sayre
17103 W-120 Publicity for Society Events: Simply Supercharged Paula Stuart-Warren
17104 W-118 Engaging a New Generation of Genealogists D. Joshua Taylor
17105 W-121 Becoming the Outstanding Leader Your Society Needs Curt B. Witcher
17106 W-126 Printed vs. Online Publishing for Societies Donna M. Moughty
17107 W-129 Energize Your Society with an Indexing Project Jake Gehring
17108 W-124 Starting and Maintaining a Pioneer Descendants Program C. Ann Staley
17109 W-130 Operational Manual or Handbook: Guidelines at Your Volunteers' Fingertips Paula Stuart-Warren
17110 W-133 Designing a Publication Pamela Boyer Sayre
17111 W-134 Building a Society Education Program for Genealogists and Family Historians J. H. Fonkert
17112 W-136 Somebody Is Taking Care of Our Societies' Documents... Right? Scott Simkins
Item Session Thursday, September 08, 2011 Speaker
17113 T-201 Illinois Migration & Settlement Patterns Rev. Dr. David McDonald
17114 T-206 The Jones Jinx: Tracing Common Surnames Thomas Jones
17115 T-209 Social History and Genealogy: Writing a Family Narrative Part 1 Diane VanSkiver Gagel
17116 T-204 Restoring Documents With Your Computer Eric Curtis Basir
17117 T-205 Overlooked War of 1812 Records in the National Archives Marie Varrelman Melchiori
17118 T-219 Immigrant Cluster Communities: Past, Present, and Future Lisa A. Alzo
17119 T-209 Social History and Genealogy: Writing a Family Narrative Part 2 Diane VanSkiver Gagel
17120 T-216 Building a House History Cath Madden Trindle
17121 T-222 Iowa History and Resources Rev. Dr. David McDonald
17122 T-227 The Curious Case of the Disappearing Dude Debra S. Mieszala
17123 T-223 Genealogical Resources at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Dennis Suttles
17124 T-224 Where Did They Go? - Americans in Britain Audrey Collins
17125 T-226 Working the National Archives Pension Indexes Marie Varrelman Melchiori
17126 T-228 Discovering Old World Origins with US Records David Ouimette
17127 T-234 Family Tree Maker for the Intermediate and Advanced User Michele Pfister
17128 T-237 Migration Through Canals and Waterways Carol Smith
17129 T-236 Going Beyond the Bare Bones: Reconstructing Your Ancestors' Lives Thomas Jones
17130 T-232 The Primitive Baptist Library: Preserving Our Pioneer Heritage Elder Robert Webb
17131 T-233 Locating and Using Oral History Collections Timothy Pinnick
Item Session Friday, September 9, 2011 Speaker
17132 F-300 Records and Repositories at the Crossroads of America - Indiana Research Curt B. Witcher
17133 F-301 Irish Emigration to North America: Before, during and after the Famine Paul Milner
17195 F-305 BCG Certification Two Hour Seminar Thomas W. Jones, ph.d., cg, cgl, fasg, fuga, fngs, Rev. Dr. David McDonald, cg, and Elissa Scalise Powell, cg
17134 F-307 I Tripped on the Way to the Podium Nancy Lee Waters Lauer
17135 F-310 Demystifying Eastern European Research Lisa A. Alzo
17136 F-309 Pioneer Genealogy: Tracing your Ancestors on the Midwestern Frontier James L. Hansen
17137 F-315 Making PowerPoint Unique by Not Distracting Carrie Cook
17138 F-312 From Land Records to Google Earth: Mapping your Family's Place Jane G. Haldeman
17139 F-311 Navigating the 1890 Gap: Research with State Census Records Kris W. Rzepczynski
17140 F-316 Wisconsin: History and Resources for Genealogists Rev. Dr. David McDonald
17141 F-318 Using Records in the National Archives: A Researcher's View Marie Varrelman Melchiori
17142 F-321 Maximizing Your Reach: Research in University Libraries Timothy Pinnick
17143 F-323 The Value-Added Professional Fredrea Gregath Cook
17144 F-317 Immigration and Emigration Records on Ancestry.com Juliana Smith
17145 F-319 Finding the World with WorldCat Curt B. Witcher
17146 F-322 Effective Search Techniques and Sound Research Practices on Family Search David Ouimette
17147 F-328 Mid-West Research on Ancestry.com Juliana Smith
17148 F-335 How do you do that? Practical Suggestions for Prospective Genealogical Lecturers Jean Wilcox Hibben
17149 F-333 Using "Correlation" to Reveal Facts that No Record States Thomas Jones
17150 F-330 The "Draper Papers": Research in this (In)famous Manuscript Collection James L. Hansen
17152 F-339 Open Forum with NARA NARA
17153 F-337 Gateway to the West: Researching in Ohio Diane VanSkiver Gagel
17154 F-344 Something For Everyone! Or Not? Establishing the Right Presentation Mix Diana Crisman Smith
17155 F-338 Tracing Scots Irish Ancestors Dean J. Hunter
17156 F-342 Avoiding Pitfalls in New England Research Rhonda R. McClure
17157 F-346 Finding Your Irish Ancestors on Ancestry.com Loretto D. Szucs
17158 F-352 Lecturer, Speaker, Teacher: What's The Difference? Gary M. Smith
17159 F-350 Lessons from a Snoop: Collaterals and Associates Debra S. Mieszala
17160 F-347 Using City Directories: Following a Family's Migration from Ohio to Illinois Deborah Abbott
17161 F-348 Fixing Faded Color Photos with Adobe Photoshop Eric Curtis Basir
Item Session Saturday, September 10, 2011 Speaker
17162 S-400 Photo Restoration from Start to Finish Demonstration Eric Curtis Basir
17163 S-403 U.S. Naturalization Records Carol Smith
17164 S-402 Land, Tax, and Court Records: Used Together Enhance Genealogical Data Cath Madden Trindle
17165 S-404 The Parish Audrey Collins
17166 S-405 Genealogy in Alphabetical Order: Using Indexes Effectively James L. Hansen
17167 S-409 Build A Genealogy Blog Thomas MacEntee
17168 S-416 Write Your Family History Step by Step Lisa A. Alzo
17169 S-415 Researching Midwestern and Plains States American Indians Paula Stuart-Warren
17170 S-410 Porkopolis to Bonanza Farms: Midwest Historical Geography for Genealogists J. H. Fonkert
17171 S-411 Options in Post-Adoption Research Debra S. Mieszala
17172 S-413 Irish Maps and Tools for Finding the Right Place Paul Milner
17173 S-417 Getting the Most of Your Mac for Genealogists Michael J. Leclerc
17174 S-421 Researching Your New York Ancestors through NewYorkAncestors.org Christopher C. Child
17175 S-423 Slave Research: A Closer Look at Freedom Deborah Abbott
17176 S-424 A Dozen Ways to Jumpstart Your Family History Project Loretto D. Szucs
17177 S-418 Michigan Roots: Genealogy Research in the Wolverine State Kris W. Rzepczynski
17178 S-419 Discovering the Goldmine of Knowledge in Court Records Anne Roach
17179 S-420 So You Can't Read a Foreign Language: Deciphering Vital Records - Tips and Techniques C. Ann Staley
17180 S-431 The Lincolns: An Extraordinary Family's Typical Story Rev. Dr. David McDonald
17181 S-436 Indian Princess or Native Heritage? Tradition or Fact? Paula Stuart-Warren
17182 S-437 The Place of Place in Your Family History Narrative: Anchoring Your Family History in Its Setting Dawn Thurston
17183 S-432 Online, On Microfilm, And In Print: Finding Ancestors in Newspapers James L. Hansen
17184 S-434 Locating American Scots-Irish Families in the Records of Ireland and Scotland Dean J. Hunter
17185 S-438 Hidden Delights: The Website of The National Archives (UK) Audrey Collins
17186 S-439 Discovering Midwestern Repositories Loretto D. Szucs
17187 S-443 The Genealogical Proof Standard: What It Is and What It Is Not Thomas Jones
17188 S-445 If it is to be, it's up to me! Take Responsibility to Ensure Your Descendants Have Your Records Scott Simkins
17189 S-440 The Circle of Life: Genealogy Research with Vital Records Kris W. Rzepczynski
17190 S-442 Dutch Treat: Strategies for Finding Ancestors in The Netherlands J. H. Fonkert
17191 S-447 Twitter - It's Not Just "What I Had For Breakfast" Anymore Thomas MacEntee
17192 S-449 Where Do I Go From Here? Pamela Boyer Sayre
17193 S-450 The 1940 Census Constance Potter
17194 S-448 Examining African American Migrations Timothy Pinnick
17195 S-451 Scotland's Old Parish Registers: How to Access, Use, and Interpret Paul Milner



 






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