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Recorded at the 2017 Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference held Aug 30 - Sept 2, 2016 – Pittsburgh, PA

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Item Code Wednesday, August 30, 2017 Speaker
29071 W101 Bridges to the Community: Creating, Packing, and Sharing Your Society to
D. Joshua Taylor
29072 W102 How to Find Volunteers and Keep Them! Cari A. Taplin
29073 W104 Eating an Elephant: Managing Large Projects Elissa Scalise Powell
29074 W106 Shared Spaces for Society Management Rorey Cathcart
29075 W107 Creating Your Society's Website Using WordPress Carla S. Cegielski
29076 W109 Your Genealogical Society is NOT Alone Jane Haldeman
29077 W110 Hosting a Society Heirloom Roadshow or Preservation Workshop Denise May Levenick
29078 W111 The Mad Hatter: Managing Your Many Duties through Project Management Software Cheri Daniels
29079 W112 10 HOT Tips to Create Publications Every Member Will Read Jill Morelli
29080 W113 Plain Spoken: Updating and Simplfying Your Society Bylaws Randy Whited
29081 W114 Creating Quality Databases for Your Society Website Tina Lyons
29082 W117 Build Membership and Participation with Small Groups and SIGs Cari A. Taplin
29083 W119 Digitizing on a Dime: Digitization Basics for Individuals and Small Genealogical Societies Kristin Britanik
29084 W121 Grant Writing Success for Societies Tina Beaird
29085 W122 Building Your Society's Digital Library Jen Baldwin
29086 W125 Expanding Your Horizons: Taking Your Society’s on the Road Carla S. Cegielski
29087 W126 Creating a County Record Guide Tina Lyons
29088 W127 Outdated Outreach: Breathing New Life into our Outreach Approach Cheri Daniels
29089 W128 Oh, Those Pesky Minutes and Motions Jane Haldeman
29090 W131 How to Ask for Money: Fundraising for Genealogical Societies D. Joshua Taylor
29091 W132 DNA and Your Genealogical Society Blaine Bettinger
29092 W133 Preserving Genealogical Society Records Diane VanSkiver Gagel 
29093 W134 Being the [Online] Regional Experts Jen Baldwin
29094 W135 Conduct Meetings Every Board Member Wants to Attend! Jill Morelli
Item Code Thursday, August 31, 2017 Speaker
29095 T202 Using "Correlation" to Reveal Facts that No Record States Thomas W. Jones
29096 T203 Technology for Deciphering Foreign Language Records Randy Whited
29097 T204 Using Maps to Further Your Pennsylvania Genealogical Research Rick Sayre
29098 T205 Scottish Covenanters to New Jersey and Pennsylvania 1680-1780 Tina Beaird
29099 T206 Getting Started with DNA Janice Lovelace
29100 T208 Tackling the "Born in Pennsylvania" Problem James M. Beidler
29101 T213 Critical Thinking in Genealogical Research: A Case Study Using Oral History Deborah Abbott
29102 T214 Using NARA's Finding Aids and Website Pamela Boyer Sayre
29103 T215 Making Sense of Metes and Bounds Chris Staats
29104 T218 Colonial War Research David Allen Lambert
29105 T219 Navigating the Draper Manuscripts: Paths of Migration Cheri Daniels
29106 T220 Strategies to Kick-Start Your Research Teri E. Flack
29107 T221 Directories: An Indispensable Research Guide to Individuals, Families and Communities Rorey Cathcart
29108 T222 My Taxes Were Due When? Using Delinquent Tax Lists and Release Books J. Mark Lowe
29109 T224 Advanced Third-Party Tools Blaine Bettinger
29110 T225 My Father's War: A Case Study in World War II Research Diane VanSkiver Gagel
29111 T226 Pennsylvania Vital Records and Their Substitutes Marilyn Cocchiola Holt
29112 T227 When Sources Don't Agree, Then What? Thomas W. Jones
29113 T228 Did Your Ancestors Own Slaves? Janice Lovelace
29114 T229 Finding Your Ancestor in Military Bounty Land Applications Rick Sayre
29115 T231 DNA and the Golden Rule: The Law and Ethics of Genetic Genealogy Judy G. Russell
29116 T235 BCG Certification Seminar Jeanne Bloom, Judy G. Russell, Rick Sayre
Item Code Friday, September 1, 2017 Speaker
29117 F302 Getting the Most Out of the DAR Genealogical Research System Stacie Newton
29118 F304 Freedmen’s Bureau Labor Contracts: A Closer Look Wevonneda Minis
29119 F305 Scottish Civil Registration: How to Access, Use and Interpret Paul Milner
29120 F309 Casting the Net: Denominational and Ethnic Newspaper Research Cari A. Taplin
29121 F311 A Methodical Approach to Slave Research: A Case Study Deborah Abbott
29122 F313 Researching Your Jewish Ancestors in Pennsylvania Tammy A. Hepps
29123 F314 Gateway to the West: Researching in Ohio Diane VanSkiver Gagel
29124 F315 Making Timelines Work for You Jill Morelli
29125 F316 Help Me Please: Government Claims and Unusual Pension Requests J. Mark Lowe
29126 F317 Online Family Trees: Avoiding Pitfalls and Maximizing Possibilities D. Joshua Taylor
29127 F318 Black and White Southern Families in Plantation Records Ari Wilkins
29128 F319 From Ulster to Pennsylvania David E. Rencher
29129 F320 Friendly Ancestors: An Introduction to Quakers for Genealogists Elizabeth Ernst
29130 F321 What’s a Prothonotary? Your Guide to Pennsylvania’s Courthouse Records Elissa Scalise Powell
29131 F323 Seeing the Patterns: Organizing and Visualizing the Evidence Teri E. Flack
29132 F329 Treasures of the Ohio History Connection Elizabeth Plummer
29133 F330 How Do You Know What You Know? Moving Beyond Your Genealogy Database Chris Staats
29134 F332 Working Together: Collaborative Genealogy Rorey Cathcart
29135 F333 Enslaved African Americans in White Church Records: An Overlooked Source Wevonneda Minis
29136 F334 Irish Maps and Tools for Finding the Right Place Paul Milner
29137 F335 Pennsylvania German Church Records James M. Beidler
29138 F336 Wild, Wonderful West Virginia Peggy Clemens Lauritzen
29139 F337 When Does Newfound Evidence Overturn a Proved Conclusion? Thomas W. Jones
29140 F338 Federal Records Relating to Rivers and Canals Pamela Boyer Sayre
29141 F339 Our Family Soundtrack: Conducting Oral History Interviews Tina Beaird
29142 F340 Apprentice Records in African American Research Ari Wilkins
29143 F343 Researching Your Small Pennsylvania Town Tammy A. Hepps
Item Code Saturday, September 2, 2017 Speaker
29144 S403 Libraries: Getting the Most Bang For Your Buck Ari Wilkins
29145 S404 Fair Work: Labor Unions and Your Ancestor Jen Baldwin
29146 S405 Irish Church Records - Church of Ireland, Presbyterian, Catholic David E. Rencher
29147 S406 Rainbows and Kaleidoscopes: Inclusion as a Society and Corporate Genealogical Standard Judy G. Russell
29148 S407 Working with Your DNA Matches Anna Swayne
29149 S409 Finding Birth Dates Before Vital Records J. Mark Lowe
29150 S410 Misbegotten Children; Tracing the Family Lines of the Illegitimate Peggy Clemens Lauritzen
29151 S412 Men of Steel: Researching Your Steel-working Ancestor Elissa Scalise Powell
29152 S414 Success for Genealogy Companies Through Lean Innovation Practices Janet Hovorka
29153 S415 Making Family Discoveries Using AncestryDNA Anna Swayne
29154 S416 Genealogical Resources in Western Pennsylvania Marilyn Cocchiola Holt
29155 S422 Making Sense of Censuses: Analyzing and Interpreting US Census Data Jill N. Crandell
29156 S423 Did Great-Grandmother Really Vanish Into Thin Air? Using Asylum Records Wevonneda Minis
29157 S424 Where Would You Go If You Had Five Days in Washington, D.C.? Pamela Boyer Sayre
29158 S426 German Immigrant Waves: Contrasts and Sources James M. Beidler
29159 S428 Getting the Most from Ancestry Juliana Szucs
29160 S430 New England Colonial Probate and Deed Records David Allen Lambert
29161 S431 Apprentices, Indentured Servants and Redemptioners Peggy Clemens Lauritzen
29162 S432 Using All the Features of FamilySearch David E. Rencher
29163 S433 Grandpa Worked For the Railroad Janice Lovelace
29164 S434 Locating British Mining Records Paul Milner
29165 S436 The Difference Between Searchers and Researchers Crista Cowan
29166 S437 The New York Gateway: Immigration, Emigration and Migration Jane E. Wilcox
29167 S439 Sprinkling Weather into Your Family History Randy Whited
29168 S440 Researching Manuscript and Special Collections in Historical Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU's) Deborah Abbott
29169 S444 Street Savvy: Discovering Your Urban Roots Juliana Szucs
29170 S445 Spanning Generations: Using Archival Records to Bridge Ancestral Gaps Sierra Green


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