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Lots of learning opportunities
From: admin@genealogicalstudies.com 
DearMYRTLE,

Lots of exciting things going on at the end of May:
1. A British Day hosted by the National Institute for Genealogical Studies;
2. Graduation Ceremony hosted by the University of Toronto and the National Institute for Genealogical Studies;
3. Professional Research and Business Skills hosted by the Association of Professional Genealogists-Ontario Chapter;
4. Librarians and Genealogists - A Year Later...
5. The Ontario Genealogical Society's Seminar 2005 hosted by the Essex and Lambton branches.
These activities are starting on Thursday May 26th and will all be held in Windsor, Ontario (Across the river from Detroit Michigan).

Here's some general information.
1. A BRITISH DAY: Religion, Welfare and our English Ancestors Need more research hints and tools to find your English ancestors? Join two instructors and experienced genealogists from the National Institute, Dr. Penelope Christensen and Ryan Taylor, on Thursday, May 26th for a day of learning more about the evolution of parish registers, finding more than just BMD facts, England's poor law and the parish chest. Also included, non-conformist records, for information not found in parish records.
For more information or to register: call 1-800-580-0165 or online:
Go to www.genealogicalstudies.com
Click on the menu item INFORMATION
Click on FIELD TRIPS
Click on Research Academy in Windsor: A British Day A description of the lectures is available. When ready, click on Register to complete the registration process. Call if you need help 1-800-580-0165.
2. Graduation Ceremony hosted by the University of Toronto and the National Institute for Genealogical Studies ----- FREE, everyone is invited...
The National Institute for Genealogical Studies and the University of Toronto FIS/PLC invite you to come celebrate with them and their students during the evening of Thursday, 26 May 2005. Activities (all held at the Cleary International Centre) will include a presentation on the importance of education and certification in the genealogical community, a few short speeches, and an introduction of our graduates. Mingle with students, instructors and leaders at a reception following the formal program.
For more information or to register for this free event: call 1-800-580-0165 or online:
Go to www.genealogicalstudies.com
Click on the menu item INFORMATION
Click on FIELD TRIPS
Click on An Evening with the National Institute and the University of Toronto Click on REGISTER, click Add to Cart and continue the registration process. Call 1-800-580-0165 if you need help.
3. Professional Research and Business Skills hosted by the Association of Professional Genealogists-Ontario Chapter Also on Thursday May 26, Topics include Practical Information on Certification; Deadly Advantages-Information at a death of a person; Writing Family History from a Professional's Point of View; and Working with Librarians-Going for the Win-Win Options. The program is intended for:
* family historians and genealogists who want to upgrade their skills;
* actual or potential for-hire genealogists who want practical advice;
* everyone who wants to keep up with recent genealogical techniques.
For more information: http://www.rootsweb.com/~onapg/program.pdf or call 416-861-0165.
You can include your $65 registration fee for this OC-APG event with your OGS Seminar 2005 registration or it can be mailed directly to Louise St Denis 30 Wellington Street East, Suite 2002 Toronto ON M5E 1S3 (Cheque payable to Association of Professional Genealogists-Ontario Chapter)
4. Librarians and Genealogists - A Year Later... Also on May 26th. Topics include: One Library and 4000 Branches-How the Family History Centres Run; Patrons Looking for French-Canadian Ancestors; Romancing the Genealogist; Using Genealogical and Historical Serials to your Advantage. For more information: http://www.ogsseminar.org/preconference.html or ecole@oakville.ca  or 905-815-2042 ext 5037
5. The Ontario Genealogical Society's Seminar 2005 hosted by the Essex and Lambton branches Three days filled with lectures - starting on May 27th to May 29th. Lectures include: Solving Complex Research Problems; Using Genealogical Proof Standard; Using the Internet; Marriage Records in 19th century Ontario; Using the English Census Online; Adoptions in Ontario; Military Records; Irish Records; Place Names; Border Entry Records; Newspapers; Genetics; Surnames; Railroads; PERSI; Crown Land Records; Family Tree Maker; French in Michigan; Scottish Research; Foremothers; Non-francophone in Quebec; Burton Library; Canadian Lumbermen; French Canadian in SW Ontario; Ontario Migration to Michigan; Lambton Room; Ontario Vital Records; Tracing UEL Ancestors; French Canadian Research; Passenger Lists; War of 1812; German Research; Black History; Catholic Records; Real Estate Agents; Research Trips. Don't forget to visit the Exhibitors area. For more information: http://www.ogsseminar.org
 
If you have any questions about any of these activities, feel free to give us a call toll free at 1-800-580-0165
Louise St Denis
The National Institute for Genealogical Studies
www.genealogicalstudies.com 
admin@genealogicalstudies.com
 

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