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Revision as of 22:29, 23 April 2010

The table below contains the list of presentations to be given by FamilySearch staff members at the National Genealogical Society Conference held in Salt Lake City, 28 April-1 May 2010. Click on the "Syllabus" link to view the syllabus for the class. Click on the "Presenter" link to learn more about this presenter.

Syllabus Presenter
A Fresh Look at the Family History Library Alan Mann
Advanced Methodology: The Paradigm of Family History Research John Kitzmiller
Advanced Swedish/Finnish Research Ruth Maness
Beginning African American Research David Dilts
Blazing Digital Trails at FamilySearch: From Record Discovery to Links and Conclusions Bill Mangum
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Land Records Joan Healey
Chasing the Poor and the Landless in Ireland David Rencher
Discovering Your French-Canadian Heritage David Ouimette
Doing Research in Real Time - An Exhilarating Collaboration Experience

David Rencher

Robert Raymond

Eastern Europe Workshop

Sylvie Pysnak

Daniel Schlyter

Emigrants from Wales Darris Williams
England and Wales: Solving Research Problems Using Probate Records Evva Benson
FamilySearch and its Unique Role in the Genealogical Community

David Rencher

Jim Greene 

FamilySearch Research Tools for Genealogists Diane Loosle
FamilySearch Research Wiki: Why I Participate Michael Ritchey
FamilySearch\'s Tools and Resources for the United Kingdom and Ireland Diane Loosle
Finding Your Ancestors in Scotland before 1855 Barbara Baker
From the Granite Mountain to the Ends of the World Jay L. Verkler
Genealogy in a Cloud: Guaranteed to turn the world as you know it upside down Craig Miller
Hispanic Workshop

Ismael Orrantia

Lynn Turner

Internet Sources for Locating Your Nineteenth-century German Emigrant Baerbel Johnson
Interpreting and Evaluating Name Lists David Rencher
Italian Marriage Records…more than you think Ruth Merriman
Italy Workshop

Ruth Merriman

Keith Rose

Lesser Known Irish Sources at the Family History Library Evva Benson
Migration Patterns: An Alternative for Locating African Origins Jim Ison

Norway Workshop

Denmark Workshop

Liv Anderson

Elaine Hasleton

Anka Haslam

Out of the Ashes - Irish Genealogical Collections David Rencher
Polish Research Trip Sonja Nishimoto
Sweden Workshop

Geoff Morris

Wilma Larson

The Power of Community and the Web 2.0: Tools to Foster Collaboration and Community Jim Greene
Understanding Occupations in German Research Baerbel Johnson
Using the Genalogical Proof Standard for Africa American Research Jim Ison
Utah Territorial Records Russ Lynch
We All Descend from Immigrants -- Discovering Old World Origins from U.S. Records David Ouimette