This fall, our speaker will be D. Joshua Taylor, MA, MLS. If you’re an avid watcher of genealogy television like I am, you may recognize him from various shows. Most recently, he is one of the hosts of the popular PBS series, Genealogy Roadshow. His interest in genealogy dates from an early age (10!), and he credits his grandmother as his earliest genealogical inspiration. When I googled “interview with D. Joshua Taylor”, I found an interesting interview with him at Genealogists.com in which he predicts advancements in genealogical research as well as shares his own research challenges — a peripatetic circus performer?
Learn more about our fabulous fall speaker at his website and read more about the resource goldmines you’ll hear about on September 30.
Registration is open now. Please join us!
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The Early Texans DNA Project is a geographically-oriented project focused on analyzing the DNA of those with ancestors who settled in Texas before 31 December 1900.
More information is available on the TSGS website….
It’s not too late! This Friday and Saturday, please join us for our Summer Seminar featuring Lisa Louise Cooke, Sunny Morton & Diahan Southard talking about Sources, Storytelling & DNA.
Although our online registration has closed, we encourage walk-ins. Registration opens at 9:30 AM Friday morning at the downtown Dallas Public Library. For walk-ins, we can’t promise a syllabus or offer you lunch, but please join us! We only accept cash or check for walk-in registrations, so no credit cards on the day — sorry!
Three professional genealogical speakers will address a number of current topic areas, including DNA, newspaper research, and sharing your family history through writing and video. These dynamic individuals have diverse expertise that will make our 2-day event a mini-conference with sessions that appeal to a range of novice and experienced researchers.
2 Days | 3 Speakers | 8 Sessions
Check out the Sneak Video Previews below!