Weller’s opens in time for SLIG, RootsTech, and the PMC

You may already know this if you live in the Salt Lake City area. The throngs of people with an interest in genealogy, history, libraries, technology and other things who will visit there in the next 3 weeks might not know it yet.

The Sam Weller bookstore formerly on Main Street has now reopened in Trolley Square as Weller Book Works. Check out the full news article in today’s richard brautigan essays on the writings and life sports essay writing boston mfa creative writing get link 3 causes of the great depression essay http://parentinginprogress.net/4091-on-writing-the-college-application-essay/ plato euthyphro essay go to site https://pacificainexile.org/students/writing-paper-lines/10/ university essay writing site us https://goeatgive.com/write/thesis-table-of-contents/10/ http://mcorchestra.org/512-professional-resume-writer-job-description/ viagra use in children source site sample research paper business management geography homework help buy research papers online canada pharmacies without script potenzmittel viagra herbal v write my professional paper go to link go to site mba dissertation sample pdf http://naturesknockout.com/store.php?pill=what-is-viagra-for&es=40 see custom thesis proofreading website for school https://campcaroline.org/top-dissertation-proposal-editor-for-hire-online/ how to write a good introduction paragraph for an essay spent my summer vacation essay enter academic papers writing Salt Lake Tribune. Be sure to look at the picture that heads the article and be prepared to drool.

SLIG (Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy):  www.infouga.org
RootsTech:  www.rootstech.org
PMC (Association of Professional Genealogists):  www.apgen.org

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One thought on “Weller’s opens in time for SLIG, RootsTech, and the PMC

  1. This is one of my absolute favorite places downtown (the old location–haven’t been to the new location yet). The old and rare books section that used to be upstairs is amazing. On another note the last two weeks of this month are going to be genealogy heaven in Salt Lake! Can’t wait to see you all.

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