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Ogden Family History Conference

Plan on attending September 15,2012

  • Shepherd Union Building, Weber State University
  • 8 AM to 4 PM

See you there!

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First Session 10:00-11:00 following Keynote Speaker

Title     Presenter Level
1 newFamilySearch.org vs. Family Tree: What, Why & When? Ron Tanner All
2 The 30 Second Genealogist…How to Find Genealogy Answers You Want Now Barry Ewell Beg-Int
3 Basic Sources, 1775-1815 Arlene Eakle, PhD, AGC Int-Adv
4 Too Many with the Same Name Karen Clifford Int-Adv
5 How Do I Start My Family History Research? Doris Bateman Beg
6 Loops, Dups, & Oops! Oh My! nFS Ancestral Relationships Amanda Terry & Samantha Sulser Int-Adv
7 FamilySearch Wiki Fran Jensen All
8 Ten Powerful “Search” Features in the FamilySearch.org Search Engine Part 1 Phil Dunn All
9 Roots Magic 5: Family History Made Easy Mike Booth All
10 Meyers Gazetteer: Gateway to Germany Warren Bittner Int-Adv
11 What’s New in Ancestral Quest 14 Gaylon Findlay All
12 Binding Generations Through Family Stories Eleanor C. Jensen All
13 FamilySearch Indexación Carolina Aranda de Espinoza All

Second Session 11:15-12:15

Title     Presenter Level
14 Family History Consultants: Keys to Success and Working with Leaders in the Work of Salvation Steve Brey FH cons
15 Fifty Google Searches Every Genealogist Needs to Know Barry Ewell All
16 Binding Generations by Involving Youth in Family History from Research to the Temple Eleanor C. Jensen All
17 FamilySearch Made Easy with Roots Magic Mike Booth All
18 “I Didn’t Know That!” Joanne Hanson All
19 Destroyed and Missing Records: Getting Past Burned County Records Karen Clifford, AG Int-Adv
20 Grandma’s Flak Jacket: Why Your Children Need You to Tell Them About Their Family History Janet Hovorka All
21 Using FamilySearch Family Tree Part 1 Debbie Burnett All
22 Ten Powerful “Search” Features in the FamilySearch.org Search Engine Part 2 Phil Dunn All
23 German Territories & Maps, You Can’t Do Research without Them Warren Bittner Int-Adv
24 Migration from the British Isles to New England, New Netherlands, and the American South before 1850 Arlene Eakle PhD, AG Int-Adv
25 Swedish Research Online Bradley Marchant Int-Adv
26 Creating Connections with DNA-a Step-by-Step Guide Diahan Southard All
27 Nuevo FamilySearch Parte 1 Juan Balderas Nápoles Beg-Int

Third Session 12:30-1:30

Title     Presenter Level
28 Writing your Personal History Emil Hanson Beg-Int
29 Intro to Indexing Kris Jackson All
30 I Found My Tree Online, Why Do I Need Family History Software? Arron Wheeler Beg
31 Organize in Color (Pt1) Joanne Hanson Beg-Int
32 Think Your Family history Is All Done?—Try Cousin Research (Two-hour class) Sam Lower All
33 Branches Genealogy Mike Miller All
34 Find a Grave Barbara Lewis Beg-Int
35 England - Beginning Research - Civil Registration, Census & Church Records Margo McKinstry All
36 FamilySearch Facebook Pages Fran Jensen All
37 Spanish Research (taught in English) Jonathan Walker All
38 Pitfalls to Avoid in Online Genealogy Research Karen Clifford Beg-Int
39 FamilySearch Family Tree Part 2 Debbie Burnett All
40 Nuevo FamilySearch Parte 2 Juan Balderas Nápoles Beg-Int

Fourth Session 1:45-2:45

Title     Presenter Level
41 Top 20 Lessons Genealogists Need to Know Barry Ewell Beg-Int
42 Playground Rules for Genealogy Collaboration on the Internet Janet Hovorka All
43 Legacy Family Tree Overview Leonard Plaizier All
44 Documentation Made Easy Doris Bateman All
45 newFamilySearch made Easy with Ancestral Quest Gaylon Findlay All
46 Family Tree, the Next Step Edith Reeves All
47 Netherlands Internet Research Don Koldewyn All
48 AncestorSync: The Best of Both Worlds Andrea Schnakenburg All
49 Scotland - Beginning Research - Civil Registration, Census & Church Records Margo McKinstry Beg-Int
50 Organize in Color (Pt2) Joanne Hanson Beg-Int
51 Finding American Birth, Marriage, and Death Records Prior to 1900 Arlene Eakle PhD, AG All
52 Think Your Family History Is All Done?—Try Cousin Research (Pt. 2) Sam Lower All
53 FamilySearch.org Parte 1 en Español Luis y Marta Quintana Beg-Int

Fifth Session  3:00-4:00 


Supercharge Your Research:  Cut 10 Years Off Your Learning Curve  
Barry Ewell


Danish Research on the Internet 
Annie Strawn 


FamilySearch Forums 
Fran Jensen 


Family Tree, What Can I Do Here that I Could Not Do in newFamilySearch? 
Edith Reeves


Submitting LDS Temple Ordinances 
Ed Williams


Magnifying Glass Wide-angle Lens or Telescope Charts to Visualize Your Family Tree 
Janet Hovorka 


British Descendancy Research
Bradley Marchant 


newFamilySearch Made Easy with Legacy Family Tree 
Leonard Plaizier


Preserving our Heritage Through Oral History 
Ben Reeves


SharingTime – Increasing Productivity on the new FamilySearch
Andrea Schnakenburg 


Becoming a Professional Genealogist 
Tristan Tolman AG  


FamilySearch.org Parte 2 en Español 
Luis y Marta Quintana 

PRIZE DRAWING 4:15 p.m. in Ballroom B Solve Problems in NFS: Schedule 20 min with a Family Search Expert by emailing familyhistoryconference15@gmail.com to request an appointment