Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Jean Wilcox Hibben Presenting at FHSA Seminar March 15

There's still time to register. Details below.

The Family History Society of Arizona's Seminar being held March 15, 2014, features Jean Wilcox Hibben. A Board-Certified genealogist, Jean is the Director of the Corona California Family History Center and is also an occasional volunteer at the Pacific Region Facility of the National Archives in Riverside County. She was the lead researcher for the PBS television program Genealogy Roadshow. Jean is a national speaker known for her entertaining, as well as informative, presentations and is a frequent writer for various genealogy publications.
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm with registration beginning at 8:00 am.
Date: March 15, 2014
Location: First United Methodist Church 5510 N Central, Phoenix, AZ 85012. Cost: $35.00 for FHSA members, $40 for non-members/walk-ins ($5 applied to $20 annual membership dues if you join). Includes a box lunch plus morning continental breakfast snacks. After March 1, everyone pays $40 (lunch not guaranteed).
Clue to Clue: Tracking a Family over Time and Miles
Deduction v. Induction in Genealogical Research: Applying Logic Theory to Family History
Bringing your Civil War Ancestor Back to Life: Songs & Stories of the War of the Rebellion
Researching German Records When You Live in America and Don't Speak German
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