Oregon Genealogical Society: Oregon Pioneers
Genealogical Council of Oregon
5th Annual Statewide
Genealogy Conference

Local Host:
Oregon Genealogical Society

September 18-20, 1998
The Red Lion Inn, Eugene, Oregon

New Horizons
Get a different perspective on your genealogical research!

Sharon DeBartolo Carmack, CGRS, nationally known author and lecturer, will be the featured speaker.

Ms. Carmack will deliver four lectures during the three-day conference:

  • “The Immigrant Experience”
  • “The Silent Woman:
    Bringing a Name to Life”
  • “Love Letters, Diaries & Autobiographies: Lets Leave ’em Somethin‘ to Talk About”
  • “The Italian-American Character: Understanding Your Ancestors for Better Research Success”

Additionally she will have the following books for sale:

  • The Genealogy Sourcebook
  • A Genealogistís Guide to Discovering Your Female Ancestors
  • Italian-American Family History: A Guide to Researching and Writing About Your Heritage

There will be classes, workshops, round-tables and exhibits offering ideas and assistance on just about any aspect of your genealogical research.

Some of the scheduled topics are:

  • Researching at the State Archives
  • Court Records
  • Native American Research
  • Colonial Records
  • Analyzing Deed Records
  • Writing a Family History
  • Ethics in Family Research
  • English Research
  • German Research
  • Preservation of Those Loose Papers
  • Hiring a Professional Genealogist
  • Documenting your Finds
Meet other researchers from
the Pacific Northwest.
Maybe you will find a “cousin”!
To receive a registration form as soon as they are available,
e-mail your name and mailing address to LinLouVan@aol.com

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