Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Researching African American Roots at the 2015 SCGS Genealogy Jamboree

There is a full track of classes tailored to African-American genealogical research at the 2015 SCGS Genealogy Jamboree conference, scheduled for 5-7 June 2015 at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Hotel in Burbank, California.

There are 9 sessions in this track on Friday (5 June) and Saturday (6 June), including:

*  DNA Testing
*  Searching for Ancestors and Living Relatives
*  Connecting with Slave Owners' Descendants
*  The Great Migration
*  civil war.

Speakers in this track include:

*  Bernice Bennett
*  Michael Henderson
*  Nicka Smith
*  Judy G. Russell
*  Anita Paul
*  Angela Walton-Raji.

There are over 120 other sessions offered with more than 60 outstanding speakers.  Plus, there are FREE sessions on Friday morning, including Beginning Genealogy.  The exhibit hall is FREE all weekend.

You can register for one day or the entire conference at  The Early Bird Discount lasts until 30 April 2015.

I'm going, are you?

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