Minnesota History Fair, Minnesota Genealogical Society

Second Annual Family History Fair, April 18, 2009

Minnesota Genealogical Society
1185 Concord St. N.
South St. Paul
Free Parking in lots next to the building and on the street.

The second annual Minnesota History Fair will feature DNA Research, Ethnic Resources and Research Tools for beginning and advanced genealogists. The April 18 program is co-sponsored by MGS and its ethnic and national Branches and Affiliates. One program track will be devoted to DNA, with talks on family medical history, the use of DNA testing for genealogy, and privacy/legal issues in DNA testing. The six other sessions will include an introduction to the Immigration History Research Center, located in Minneapolis, two beginning genealogy talks, and three more-advanced talks. An MGS members’ meeting as well as a Q&A session will be held during the lunch hour-see http://www.mngs.org/quarterly for more details.

Reminder: Pre-registrations must be received by April 13 and can be done online. After that date, registrations are at the door.

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