AG® Professionals Presenting at RootsTech

RootsTech

RootsTech is upon us!  February 3-6 the world will gather in Salt Lake City for the largest genealogy conference of the year, and among the presenters will be seventeen AG® professionals. Watch for RootsTech 2016 classes taught by these RootsTech presenters:

  • Kip Sperry – Paleography: Tips for Reading Old Handwriting
  • Peggy Lauritzen – Homespun and Calico: Researching Our Foremothers
  • Arturo Cuellar – Hispanic Research Methodology; Recursos en linea para immigrantes
  • Debbie Gurtler – Recursos en linea para Mexico; Busquedas eficaces en FamilySearch
  • David Rencher – Mission Impossible 2: Automated Solutions Needed
  • Craig Foster – Understanding British and American Naming Patterns
  • Brandon Baird – Recursos en linea para Espana; Investigacion genealogica en Centro y Sudamerica
  • Linda Gulbrandsen – FDD: New Possibilities with FamilySearch Partners
  • Danielle Batson – Get the Most out of FamilySearch Help Features
  • Roger Minert – German Census Records:  A New Genealogical Source
  • Loretta Evans – Making Use of United States Military Pension Files
  • Fritz Juengling – Tips for Genealogical Research
  • Anita Olsen – The Best Beginning Scandinavian Websites and Updates
  • Heidi Sugden – France Internet Sources – Top Research Sites
  • Kory Meyerink – State Archives and Libraries:  Free Online Sources
  • Diane Loosle – Mission Impossible 2:  Automated Solutions Needed
  • Richard Price – Child-Naming Patterns:  Linking Families with Names

 

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Be sure to stop by our booth in the vendor area, where Accredited Genealogist® professionals will be on hand to answer questions about the accreditation process.

 

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