Upcoming Regional Events

Upcoming events

10 Sep 2015 7:00 PM • Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN
11 Sep 2015 10:00 AM • Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN
14 Sep 2015 6:30 PM • Vigo County Public Library, Rooms A, B & C, 1 Library Square, Terre Haute, IN
19 Sep 2015 9:00 AM • Willard Library, 21 First Avenue, Evansville, IN 47710
26 Sep 2015 10:00 AM • Vigo County Conservation Club, 10382 Grotto Road, Terre Haute, IN
03 Oct 2015 9:00 AM • Indiana History Center
07 Oct 2015 6:00 PM • Vigo County Public Library - Conference Room - 2nd Floor
12 Oct 2015 6:30 PM • Vigo County Public Library, Rooms A, B & C, 1 Library Square, Terre Haute, IN
 

Upcoming events

    • 10 Sep 2015
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN

     

    Family History in Popular Culture with Josh Taylor

        Eugene and Marilyn Glick       Indiana History Center

    450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN

     

    Thursday, September 10, 2015

    7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

    $10; IHS Members $8

     S. Joshua Taylor Flyer

    Spend the evening with professional genealogist and media personality, Josh Taylor.  Explore the world of family history as seen through music, television and movies over the past 60 years.

    This class is eligible for 2 LEUs.

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    D. Joshua Taylor, MA, MLS is the business development manager – North America for brightsolid online publishing and Lead Genealogist for findmypast.com.  A nationally known and recognized genealogical author, lecturer and researcher, he is a frequent speaker at genealogical societies, libraries and other organizations, including the annual conferences of the Federation of Genealogical Societies and the National Genealogical Society, the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, and RootsTech. He has authored articles in American Ancestors, UGA Crossroads, FGS Forum, Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly, and New England Ancestors, and was a columnist for Digital Genealogist. He recently authored The Keane and Sheahan Families of Bridgeport, Connecticut, a study of a family’s immigration and life in New England after the Irish famine.

    Active in the genealogical community, Joshua is the current president for the Federation of Genealogical Societies and the former director of education and programs at the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

    Joshua is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including RootsTech’s Distinguished Presenter Award, the Federation of Genealogical Societies Award of Merit, and the Rubincam Youth Award from the National Genealogical Society. He holds a master's degree in library science and history from Simmons College.

    He has been a featured genealogist on NBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? with Sarah Jessica Parker, Ashley Judd, Reba McEntire, and Rob Lowe.

     

    Registration

    Please call 317-234-1830.

    • 11 Sep 2015
    • 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN

     

    A Day with Josh Taylor

        Eugene and Marilyn Glick       Indiana History Center

     

    Friday, September 11, 2015

    10:00 a.m. - Noon & 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

    Either Session - $20.00, $17.50 IHS Members

    All Day -  $35; IHS Members $30

    Lunch Available for $12

        Come for just one session or for the entire day!

    Taylor flyer.pdf

    Morning  Clustering and More: Successful Online Searching

    Learn tips and tricks for making the most of your time researching online. We'll delve into online sources beyond subscription databases and learn how to develop keywords for popular search engines and how to use advanced search techniques, Boolean searching and more.

    This class is eligible for 2 TLEUs.

    Afternoon      Digging Deeper into New England

    While many genealogists have traced their New England roots, there are thousands of resources and techniques yet to be discovered. Discover the key sources for tracing New England research, key repositories to visit for onsite research and strategies for uncovering English origins or early New England colonists.

    This class is eligible for 2 TLEUs.

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    D. Joshua Taylor, MA, MLS is the business development manager – North America for brightsolid online publishing and Lead Genealogist for findmypast.com.  A nationally known and recognized genealogical author, lecturer and researcher, he is a frequent speaker at genealogical societies, libraries and other organizations, including the annual conferences of the Federation of Genealogical Societies and the National Genealogical Society, the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy, and RootsTech. He has authored articles in American Ancestors, UGA Crossroads, FGS Forum, Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly, and New England Ancestors, and was a columnist for Digital Genealogist. He recently authored The Keane and Sheahan Families of Bridgeport, Connecticut, a study of a family’s immigration and life in New England after the Irish famine.

    Active in the genealogical community, Joshua is the current president for the Federation of Genealogical Societies and the former director of education and programs at the New England Historic Genealogical Society.

    Joshua is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including RootsTech’s Distinguished Presenter Award, the Federation of Genealogical Societies Award of Merit, and the Rubincam Youth Award from the National Genealogical Society. He holds a master's degree in library science and history from Simmons College.

    He has been a featured genealogist on NBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? with Sarah Jessica Parker, Ashley Judd, Reba McEntire, and Rob Lowe.

    Morning OR afternoon session 
    $20; members $17.50

    All Day
    $35; members $30; lunch available for $12

    Fees include parking and same-day admission to the Indiana Experience.

    Door Prize from Ancestry! One-year World Explorer membership to Ancestry.com. One drawing will occur during each session. 

     

    Registration

    Please call 317-234-1830.

    • 19 Sep 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Willard Library, 21 First Avenue, Evansville, IN 47710

    Tree Tops (Genealogy) 


    September 19, 2015
    9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

                                 Willard Library
                Special Collections Department
                                21 First Ave
                         Evansville, IN 47710

    812-425-4309 or willard@willard.lib.in.us


    Harold Henderson

    Four sessions in one day:

    Why We Don't Write and How We Can

    Indirect Evidence: When Parry Mason Isn't on Your Side

    Probate Will Not Be the Death of You

    Are We There Yet?


    Harold Henderson, CG(sm) has been a professional writer since 1979, a professional genealogist since 2009, and a board-certified genealogist since June 2012. He grew up in central Illinois, now lives and works in northwest Indiana and at midwestroots.net, and serves as a trustee of the Board for Certification of Genealogists. He has published articles in Indiana Genealogist, The Hoosier Genealogist: Connections, American Ancestors Journal (annual supplement to the New England Historical and Genealogical Register), the National Genealogical Society Quarterly, and the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record. At any given time he would probably rather be reading a grantor index.


    812-425-4309 or willard@willard.lib.in.us

    This course is FREE -open to the public.

    For more information and registration - 
    click HERE.

    Note: For carpool options with other WVGS members - please email wvgs@inwvgs.org with your personal contact information and the name of this event.

    • 26 Sep 2015
    • 10:00 AM
    • 27 Sep 2015
    • 4:30 PM
    • Vigo County Conservation Club, 10382 Grotto Road, Terre Haute, IN

    Steve Witt Memorial 

    20th Annual Gathering of People Powwow

    September 26 - 27, 2015


    Vigo County Conservation Club

    10382 Grotto Road, Terre Haute, IN

    Free Parking! Open to the Public!


    Admission: $5.00; Children 15 & under Free; 

    All Dancers in Regalia Free!

    Powwow flyer.pdf

    • 03 Oct 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Indiana History Center

     

    Genealogy Society of Marion County

    20th Annual Central Indiana Genealogy Conference


    Saturday, October 3, 2015

    Indiana History Center

    450 West Ohio St.  Indianapolis, Indiana

    9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    The Genealogical Society of Marion County and the Indiana Historical Society are excited to announce that Dick Eastman is the featured speaker for this year's annual conference!    

    This is an all day conference with four sessions and lunch

     Goin“Going Nearly Paperless - How to Get Started 

    Life without paper is great! The words "paperless office" have been amusing for years, but today we are beginning to see that reality. In fact, we can now come close to having both a paperless office and a paperless home. Genealogists are not immune. Indeed, genealogy has always been a personal interest that attracts paper. We make notes, we create photocopies, and we purchase books. This presentation will focus on organizing your genealogy materials in a manner to quickly and easily find your research notes, photocopies, pictures, and much more. However, the lessons presented will also apply to most other activities in life. This presentation will also discuss long-term preservation. Paper is easily destroyed by fire, water, mold, insects, and other problems. This presentation will tell how to insure you have backup copies of paper, all stored someplace that is safe. Life without paper is great!  (Dick's Note: "No, I will NOT give out handouts of these notes on paper! That would be contradictory to this presentation's message. All the notes will be available online and attendees can view them at any time in the future.")

     

    “Using Evernote for Genealogy and Nearly Everything Else”

    Remember years ago the promise that personal computers would someday store your notes, your recipes, and more? It took a long time, but that promise has now been fulfilled. Indeed, Evernote does all that and much, much more. It not only stores thousands of notes, pictures, sound files, web pages, and more, it also allows the user to quickly find and retrieve items amongst the thousands of bits of information stored in Evernote. Indeed, it is also one of the handiest tools a genealogist can use.

     

    "Genealogy Searches on Google"  

    Extracting the most genealogy information possible from everyone's favorite search engine (this is Dick's most-requested topic and he loves making this presentation. Dick's Note: "There will be no hand-outs for this talk as the entire purpose of the presentation is to teach the audience how to quickly find information when they do not have written references. Providing hand-outs would defeat the purpose of this presentation.  Audience members need only to remember one thing: up-to-date information is always available at http://www.google.com. However, I do make my PowerPoint slides available online, the same as with most of my other presentations.")

     

    “The Organized Genealogist” 

    A look at various methods of organizing record keeping by use of digital techniques. This talk focuses on converting paper-based record keeping to all digital records, making plenty of backups (to be stored in different locations), and preserving the digital records for many more years than is possible with paper. This also discusses methods of digitally preserving printed books and magazines for long-term storage and making sure that information in those publications can be easily searched and retrieved.

    Conference Fee  (Includes lunch, free parking, discounts in bookstore, access to exhibitions)

    LEU's: 6 LEU's available; certificates at sign-in table

     

    $32 for Genealogy Society of Marion County and IHS members and $40 for nonmembers.

    For more information and to register click HERE.

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    Speaker: Dick Eastman has been involved in genealogy for more than 30 years. He has worked in the computer industry for more than 40 years in hardware, software, and managerial positions. By the early 1970s, Dick was already using a mainframe computer to enter his family data on punch cards. He built his first home computer in 1980.

    • 16 Oct 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 3:15 PM
    • Fort Branch

    Fort Branch Public Library Genealogy Seminar

    Fort Branch Learning Center

    Fort Branch Public Library
    107 E Locust St.
    Fort Branch, IN 47648
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    9:00 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

    Friday, October 16, 2015

    Featured Speaker - Carla Cegielski

    Topics:

    Treasures of the Internet Archives

    Exploring the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA)

    Crowdsource Genealogy: Enhancing your skills (and learning new ones)

    Estate Planning Genealogy-Style

    Speaker, lecturer, and genealogist Carla Cegielski, will present four topics during our seminar day to area genealogists and state-wide librarians. The Genealogy Seminar has been state certified for librarians seeking LEUs. Topics are: Treasures of the Internet Archive; DPLA: Digitizing America; Crowdsource Genealogy; and Estate Planning Genealogy-style​. 

    We will have room for 42 people. Please register through the library with a registration fee of $15 to insure your spot. This will pay for all your materials, carry-all bag with goodies, lunch, drinks and snacks (supplied throughout the day). Please bring a laptop. 

    The Rosemeyer Agency is pleased to be the proud sponsor of this first Genealogy Seminar event with Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Indiana providing partial funding for our 100th anniversary commemorative bag. Call 812-753-4212 for any questions.


    Speaker's Bio:

    Carla is a professional family history researcher specializing in Ohio and West Virginia. She has been researching her own family for over 35 years and providing research services to others for 13 years. She performs on-site research at numerous repositories in Ohio and West Virginia. Carla is webmaster for both the APG national and APG Great Lakes Chapter websites. She is also past President of the Lake County Genealogical Society. Her memberships include NGS, NSDAR, OGS and many locality-based genealogical societies. Carla has a Master's Degree in Library Science and teaches information literacy at a local college. 


    Note: For carpool options with other WVGS members - please email wvgs@inwvgs.org with your personal contact information and the name of this event.

    • 24 Oct 2015
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, IN

    Genealogy & Local History: 

    Law and Order Style


    The Indiana State Library in Indianapolis will hold the Indiana Genealogy & Local History Fair on Saturday, October 24 from 9 am to 4:00 pm.

     Admission is free, and in addition to commercial and non-profit genealogy vendors, there will be free programs offered throughout the day.

    The Genealogy and Local History Fair is presenting Judy Russell for two talks this year. The Fair is on Saturday October 24, 2015 from 9am to 4pm.  The library is still finalizing the schedule but Judy Russell will be giving two talks and Author Keven McQueen is schedule to give one talk about crimes that have occurred in Indiana. We are billing it as Genealogy & Local History: Law and Order Style.  Judy Russell will talk about black sheep and court house records for genealogy purposes. 

     
    • 18 Nov 2015
    • 4:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Indiana State Library, 315 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN

    Indiana State Library 

    Night Owl Event 

    with "Ask an Expert"

    November 18, 2015 

    4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

    Spend a few hours after work researching at the Indiana State Library. Tours will be offered and the staff will be offering assistance with research issues.  You can sign up for "Ask an Expert" and get one-on-one assistance with your brick walls.  

    Genealogy for Night Owls will be held on Wednesday, November 18 from 4:30 pm to 8:30 p.m. at the Indiana State Library. Tours of the library will be offered.  Also staff will be on-hand for extra assistance and genealogy experts that will help with brickwalls.  

    Registration is required for this unique and free event at the Indiana State Library. Call (317) 232-3689.  Click here for parking and destination information.

    • 16 Apr 2016
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana

    Indiana Genealogical Society

    Annual Meeting and Conference


    Saturday, April 16, 2016

    Allen County Public Library

    Fort Wayne, Indiana

     

    Save the Date!

    Mark Your Calendar!


    IGS Conference: Speaker information, registration and payment options, etc. for the 2016 IGS Conference will be available at the IGS website nearer to the date -  www.indgensoc.org/


                                 

    • 15 Jul 2016
    • 16 Jul 2016
    • Marriott East, Indianapolis, IN

    Midwestern Roots 2016

    July 15 and 16, 2016

    Indianapolis at the Marriott East.

    Pre-conference events July 14, 2016

    Midwestern Roots 2016 features more than 30 sessions by nationally known speakers including Cece Moore, The Genetic Genealogist, from Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. andGenealogy Roadshow.  

    Most of the sessions will focus on using ever-changing and emerging technology and sources online. Other sessions will cover DNA, methodology, using traditional sources, and legal genealogy.

    Pre-Conference activities will include a workshop for people who work or volunteer in genealogy collections, hands-on computer labs, writing sessions, and the day will end with an evening program.

     

    Follow@IndianaHistory on Twitter and stay up-to-date on Midwestern Roots with the hashtags #MWR16 and #YourStory

    • 31 Aug 2016
    • 03 Sep 2016
    • Springfield, IL

     Federation of Genealogy Societies
    2016 Conference
     
    Springfield, IL
    August 31 - September 3, 2016
     
    Mark Your Calendar!
     
     

     

Past events

15 Aug 2015 "German Heritage Day"
16 Jul 2015 "Indiana Jewish Historical Society Family History Research Day"
22 Jun 2015 "The New Heritage Quest Online Database "
16 May 2015 "Court Houses and Cemeteries, Oh My!" by Betty Warren
14 May 2015 Parke County Historical Society Annual Meeting "Indiana Cemeteries - What You Need to Know!"
13 May 2015 The National Genealogical Society 2015 Family History Conference
01 May 2015 "John E. Wilkins, Ready and Able: A Hoosier's Civil War" by Mark Meyer
29 Apr 2015 Night Owl Event with Ask an Expert
25 Apr 2015 Indiana Genealogical Society Annual Meeting and Conference
24 Apr 2015 "Research Lock-In"
24 Apr 2015 IGS Society Management Seminar
18 Apr 2015 Palatines to America 2015 Spring Meeting
16 Apr 2015 "150-Year Anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln" presented by Chuck Hand
11 Apr 2015 "Preserving Family Documents and Photographs"
08 Apr 2015 2015 Ohio Genealogical Society Conference
21 Mar 2015 "Women, Tragedies, Oral History and Eastern European Research Have What in Common?"
21 Mar 2015 17th Annual Michiana Genealogy Fair - South Bend Areas Genealogy Society
21 Feb 2015 Willard Libray "Genealogy Kick-Off"
11 Feb 2015 FGS Conference 2015
02 Nov 2014 "Digging For Your Roots" Family History Fair
28 Oct 2014 National Archives Virtual Genealogy Fair
18 Oct 2014 Indiana African American Genealogy Group - 2014 Genealogy and History Conference
11 Oct 2014 19th Annual Central Indiana Genealogy Conference
27 Sep 2014 USO Tribute Celebration For The Vigo County Historical Museum
27 Sep 2014 Genealogy Day with Dr. John Phillip Coletta
27 Sep 2014 "Tree Roots 2014"
27 Sep 2014 Indiana Chapter of Palatines to America Fall Meeting
18 Sep 2014 Storytelling Workshop - Historic Storytelling
18 Sep 2014 VCPL Brown Bag: Spirit Keeper - The Native American Experience in the 18th Century
20 Aug 2014 "Genealogy For Night Owls" at the Indiana State Library
01 Aug 2014 Midwestern Roots 2014: Family History and Genealogy Conference
17 Jun 2014 Association for Graveyard Studies - National Conference
30 May 2014 Cemetery Preservation Workshop
17 May 2014 Deconstructing Your Family Tree: Re-evaluating the "Evidence"
26 Apr 2014 Genealogy Research Trips: The Good, Bad and the Ugly!" by Ann Wells
26 Apr 2014 Indiana Chapter Palatines to America Spring Workshop
22 Apr 2014 10th Anniversary - Wabash Valley Visions and Vioces
05 Apr 2014 Webinar - "Descendancy Research" - Southern California Genealogical Society
05 Apr 2014 Indiana State Genealogy Society's Annual Conference
03 Apr 2014 Webinar - "Family Tree DNA Results Explained: mtDNA Matching & Genealogy"
22 Mar 2014 "Genealogy Online: Productive, Organized and Successful" by Cyndi Ingle, creator of Cyndi's List
11 Mar 2014 "Going Nuclear: DNA Discoveries to Trace All Line of Descent" by Debbie Parker Wayne
11 Feb 2014 "Printed Legends and Missing Footnotes: Dissecting 19th and 20th Century Compiled Genealogies" by D. Joshua Taylor
06 Feb 2014 RootsTech 2014 Live Streaming
01 Feb 2014 "Using the Indianapolis Recorder and the Freeman Newspapers, 1890 - 1930"
14 Jan 2014 "7 Habits of Highly Frugal Genealogists" by Thomas MacEntee
10 Dec 2013 "Miracles, Mysteries & Mayhem: Online Family Trees"
16 Nov 2013 "Photo Research and Preservation" Genealogical Society of Marion County Conference
14 Nov 2013 "Technology for Genealogists"
30 Oct 2013 "Using Court Records to Tell the Story of our Ancestors' Lives" by Judy G. Russell
23 Oct 2013 "Using Church Records to Identify Ancestors" by Mary Hill
22 Oct 2013 Heritage Quest Class
21 Oct 2013 "Mondays with Myrt - Hangouts on Air"
19 Oct 2013 Webinar - "Timelines and Chronologies - Secrets of Sucess"
19 Oct 2013 Putting the Pieces Together: 2013 Conference of the Indiana African American Genealogy Group
17 Oct 2013 Webinar - "Zap the Grandma Gap: The Ten Best Ideas to Bridge the Generation Gap From Your Ancestors to the Coming Generation."
16 Oct 2013 "Get the Scoop on Your Ancestors with Newspapers" by Lisa Louise Cooke
08 Oct 2013 "Up In Smoke!! What To Do When the Courthouse Burns"
24 Sep 2013 "Rest in Peace: Archaeology and Cemetery Relocations"
23 Sep 2013 "Genealogy Roadshow...It's all relatives."
21 Sep 2013 "Advanced Genealogy Resources, Methods and Skills"
14 Sep 2013 "Making Sense of DNA: How it Can Assist Genealogical Research."
10 Sep 2013 Webinar - "To the Honorable, the General Assembly - The Treasure Trove in Legislative Petitions"
07 Sep 2013 Webinar - "Sidestep Genealogy" - Southern California Genealogical Society
04 Sep 2013 Webinar: "Getting the Most from Your Records: Putting Them Through the Wringer!"
03 Sep 2013 National Archives Virtual Genealogy Fair
28 Aug 2013 Webinar: "Colonial Immigrants: Who They Were and Where They Came From"
21 Aug 2013 FGS 2013 Conference
02 Aug 2013 Webinar - "Direct Your Research with City Directories"
23 Jul 2013 Who Do You Think You Are?
06 Jul 2013 Webinar - "Transform your Note-Taking and Remember Everything with Evernote"
22 Jun 2013 Timelines
11 Jun 2013 Webinar - The Research Calendar: A Resource You Cannot Live Without
05 Jun 2013 Genealogy for Night Owls
25 May 2013 "Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous" (Living History Event)
27 Apr 2013 IGS 2013 Annual Conference
23 Mar 2013 Irish and Scot-Irish Family Research Seminar
17 Nov 2012 2012 Conference of the Genealogical Society of Marion County
27 Oct 2012 Indiana Genealogy & Local History Fair
06 Oct 2012 Amish and Mennonite Research: The Forgotten Swiss Germans
29 Sep 2012 A Night at the Museum in Brazil
29 Sep 2012 Fall Workshop - Indiana Chapter of Palatines to America
15 Sep 2012 Discharged: Researching Civil War Veterans After the War
15 Sep 2012 Answering the Call: Researching Civil War Soldiers Before and During the War
09 Sep 2012 Civil War Research Classes in Indianapolis
27 Aug 2012 Binding Wounds, Pushing Boundaries: African Americans in Civil War Medicine
14 Aug 2012 Civil War Service of the Sisters of Providence
03 Aug 2012 Illinois Family History Expo 2012
20 Jul 2012 Midwestern Roots 2012 - Where Do You Think You Find It?
07 Jun 2012 German Genealogy: A Two Day Mini Course
19 May 2012 "Using Federal Court Records to Discover Prohibition and Family History"
06 May 2012 Cemetery Walk - 175 th Anniversity - St. Mary's Village Parish
27 Apr 2012 Indiana Genealogy Society Annual Meeting & Conference
21 Apr 2012 Palatines to America 2012 Spring Workshop
20 Apr 2012 Historical Collections Training
02 Apr 2012 1940 Census Released
31 Mar 2012 "United States Courthouse Records - Research with Positive Results"
25 Mar 2012 Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
18 Feb 2012 What's In Your Genealogy Research Toolbox? & Blog Your Ancestors: Read 'Em, Write 'Em, Find 'Em!
03 Feb 2012 "Who Do You Think You Are?"
19 Nov 2011 2011 Conference of the Genealogical Society of Marion County
12 Nov 2011 Terre Haute Landmark's Second Saturday
26 Oct 2011 "The Mystique of Domes" presented by Gayle Cook
22 Oct 2011 Indiana Genealogy & Local History Fair
15 Oct 2011 Genealogical Workshop - CEMETERY RESEARCH - Northwest Territory Genealogical Society
11 Oct 2011 VCPL Heritage Quest Class
08 Oct 2011 October "Second Saturdays" with Terre Haute Lanmarks
17 Sep 2011 2nd Annual Family History Workshop hosted by the Indianapolis Stake
07 Sep 2011 "Pathways to the Heartland" by The Federation of Genealogy Societies
04 Sep 2011 "A Bicentennial Celebration of the Building of Fort Harrison
18 Aug 2011 Of Books And Houses: A Literary Walking Tour of Farrington's Grove Historic Neighborhood
13 Aug 2011 August Second Saturday with TH Landmarks
23 Jul 2011 Ancestry Day

 

"Preserving The Past, Serving The Present, Promoting The Future"

Wabash Valley Genealogy Society 

Based in Vigo County, Terre Haute, Indiana. Serving Clark, Crawford and Edgar Counties in Illinois.

Clay, Greene, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Vermillion and Vigo in Indiana

 

P.O. Box 9347

Terre Haute, Indiana 47808-9347

       

Society Email Address: wvgs@inwvgs.org

President: Tim Phipps     Email: ptphipps@att.net  

Vice-President: Mike Lewman    Email: mblewman@yahoo.com   Phone:  765-569-5935


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