Green Valley Genealigical Society
Photos courtesy of Debra Kabinier, GVGS member.  Photo on left: Allan & Fowler Famiies. L-R: Joseph Allan Fowler, Allan relatives from Nebraska.   Photo on right: Paternal Great Aunts (1949) L-R:  Julia Fowler, Christine Fowler Aaron, Marion Fowler Archer, Roberta Archer

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August 21
Federation of Genealogical Societies 2019 Conference: "Come Home to Our Washington"
FGS makes its first visit to the nation's capital with the National Archives, Library of Congress, DAR Library, and more a Metro ride away. Details on the conference and links to the conference hotel and conference registration are now available online – visit their conference website for all the details: ...
August 24
Migration Trails Across America (Webinar)
  Saturday Afternoon Matinees at the Genealogy Library   Presenter for this month's webinar is Peggy Clemens Lauritzen. Admission is FREE!
September 7
WEBINAR: The Home Archivist: Preserving Family Records Like a Pro!
Presenter:  Melissa Barker The Southern California Genealocial Society's live Webinars are free, offering you a great way to expand your genealogy research skills. For details on the program & speaker, and to register, click HERE.  NOTE:  Start & End times are Pacific Time.
September 7
No More Blank Pages: 10 Simple Writing Tips for Family Historians (Webinar)
  Saturday Afternoon Matinees at the Genealogy Library   Presenter for this month's webinar is Lisa Alzo. Admission is FREE!
September 10
WEBINAR: Telling the Story with Maps: Maps of Early Illinois & Where to Find Them
Presenter:  Ginger Frere   The Illinois State Genealocial Society is pleased to continue its series of educational live Webinars for 2019. While some webinar topics will be relevant to Illinois and Midwest genealogy, others will focus on vital records, archives, ethnic research and American History. A Speaker's Handout is usually available the ...