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Publishing Your Family Story
Why do we do family research? For many of us, it is to pass the story on to the next generation. How do you share it and where to begin? Join us when Andy Grachuk, a master book designer, talks about publishing a book of family history.
Jun 25, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM CDT
via Zoom

SAVe the dates – FUTURE events

We currently are working on our events for 2023 and waiting to hear back from prospective speakers. We will add information as it becomes firmed up.

otheR ONLINE Events

During this time of social distancing many of our traditional gatherings have moved to webinars. This may enable us to explore offerings of other organizations as our community has widened beyond our geographic area. Check below for upcoming events from other genealogical organizations.


free access to recorded sessions from 2023 conference 

The 2023 conference is over, but the recorded sessions will remain available on-line. Register and make sure you have an account set up with FamilySearch to access videos here.  Familysearch accounts are free of charge. Go to the IAJGS booth where you will find some short videos including one excerpt from a MNJGS talk that you may find of interest from Mining the Manifest.

center for jewish history

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WHAT: Tune into the Center for Jewish History's Facebook page for Genealogy Coffee Break, a short talk on a specific topic with one of their genealogy librarians. Discover recommended resources and strategies for online research, and have your questions answered live. If you have a topic you'd like them to cover, write to them at Catch up on the entire series here

WHEN: Ongoing every Tuesday at 3:30 pm EST

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