Friday, January 30, 2015

Follow Friday - NGS Live Streaming AGAIN!

Editor's note: Today's post is from the NGS Website  [Sandra Gardner-Benward]

Can't make it to the NGS 2015 Family History Conference? You can still watch ten lectures from the comfort of your home or office! NGS will stream these lectures live as it happens and you will continue to have access for three months from the end of the conference

Another way to attend classes from your home or where ever you are.........


Register Now deadline 29 April 2015

All events are taking place 14-15 May 2015 in St Charles, Missouri (remember for my west coast friends- this is be at central daylight time) for the NGS 2015 Family History Conference. Times are posted in Central Daylight Time Zone format, please adjust viewing time for your area.

Registration deadline for Live Streaming access is 29 April 2015 at midnight. Instructions on how to access the live streaming will be emailed to all registered attendees by 6 May 2015. All registrants will receive an electronic version of the NGS 2015 Family History Conference Syllabus. Registration is discounted for NGS Members. 

Cancellation Policy - all sales are final and cannot be cancelled

Pricing details............

Track One or Track Two - access to stream files through 10 August 2015 Members$65 Non-Members$80
     Registration began 1 December 2014
Bundled Package Track One AND Track Two 
        access to stream files through 10 August 2015 Members $115  Non-Members $145
        Registration began 1 December 2014

Track Details 

Day One: The Immigration & Naturalization Process
Day One offers information on immigration and naturalization records, uncovering the immigrants story, and useful hints on how to discover their home town.

Thursday, 14 May 2015 The Journey to America: Federal Passenger Ship Records: Becoming as American: Naturalization Records; Discovering the REAL Stories of Your Immigrant Ancestors; Bads, Bergs, Burgs, and Bachs: Finding Locations in Germany; A Methodology for Irish Emigration to North America

Day Two: Methodology Techniques - for use with historical context, forensic genealogy, DNA and problem solving using a combination of resources

Friday, 15 May 2015 The Time of Cholera: A Case Study about Historical Context; The Problem-Solver's Great Trifecta: GPS +FAN+DNA;  When Does New Found Evidence Overturn a Proved Conclusion? ; Forensic Genealogy Meets the Genealogical Proof Standards; Using DNA as a Genealogical Record

NOTE: Once registered, you can watch the event live, or if you have other commitments on those dates, you can view the sessions at another time and as many times as you want for the ninety days following the conference (through 10 August 2015)

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