2019 Michigan Genealogical Council’s Fall Family History Event, in partnership with the Archives of Michigan and the Library of Michigan, will be held Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 9 am to 4 pm, at the Michigan Library and Historical Center, 702 W. Kalamazoo, Lansing, MI.
DNA is one of the hottest things in genealogy right now. You won’t want to miss our event where you can take four DNA sessions. If a day of DNA isn’t your thing then check out the other sessions on Beginning Genealogy, Michiganology, and Michigan County Poor Houses.
You won’t want to miss this excellent genealogical education experience, so register before Oct 31, 2019 to get $10 off your registration fee. Registration is available at mimgc.org
Check back often for more in depth information on our speakers and class sessions.
9:15am Introductions and Announcements
9:30-10:45am Five Tips to Make Sense of Your DNA Testing by Diahan Southard
11 am-12:15pm Me and My 1,000+ 4th Cousins by Diahan Southard
Beginning Genealogy 101 by Daniel Earl
Michiganology by Jill Arnold, Archives of Michigan
12:15pm-1pm Optional pre-ordered lunch from Grand Traverse Pie Company
1pm-2:15pm Organizing Your DNA Results by Diahan Southard
Beginning Genealogy 201 by Daniel Earl
Poor Houses in Michigan by Adam Oster
3:45pm-4:00pm Closing Remarks