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Palatines to America National Seminar 9-11 June 2005 Ft. Wayne

From: "Beth A Kroehler" kroehler@juno.com
DearMYRTLE,
Palatines to America, Researching Your German-Speaking Ancestors is celebrating its 30th year. Join us at our national seminar with topics covering Murphy's Laws, Myers Orts, German Script, Atlantic Bridge, Internet, German Archives, and much more.

June 9-11, 2005
Hilton Hotel and Grand Wayne Center
Ft. Wayne, Indiana

http://palam.org/welcome.html
Conference Brochure: http://palam.org/conf/conf2005.pdf

Thursday, June 9, 2005
National Board Meeting
Conference Registration 3pm to 6pm
Social and Cash Bar 6pm
Opening Dinner 6:30pm
Program - Paula Stuart Warren, “Murphy’s Laws”

Friday, June 10, 2005
Conference Registration opens at 7:30am
National Palatines to America annual meeting 8am - 9am
Seminar sessions - begin at 9am
There is a choice between two subjects each period. There are twelve seminars to choose from during the conference.
“Beginning Genealogy-part I”, by Betty Warren
“History and Geography’s Effect on Your German Research”, by Ralph Kroehler
“Meyers Orts, How to Use It”, by Wendy Uncapher, author of the book
“Beginning Genealogy-part II”, by Betty Warren
“Not Either - or, but both”, by John Konvalinka
“Reading German Script-part I” by Sarah Litzer
“Atlantic Bridge update and other German Resource Books” by Linda Herrick
“Research results of Indiana Church Records”, Suzanne Hanson and Emily Gann
Vendors will be open during the day.
Social, and Cash Bar
Dinner, 30th Birthday party, Awards and program.

Saturday, June 11, 2005
Vendors are open
Seminar Sessions - begin at 8:30am
“Simple Ways to Write Your Family History” by Paula Warren
“Reading German Script-part II” by Sarah Litzer
"Beyond Google” by John Konvalinka
“German Archives recently Visited”, by Suzanne Hanson & Emily Gann
12 noon, lunch, conference closes.

For more information contact:
Beth Kroehler, Publicity Chairman
Palatines to America
6910 N. Rockvale
Peoria, IL 61614 RalphKroehler@prodigy.net  


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