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Final Days to Register for Georgia Family History Expo

Register Now for this Exciting Expo!Learn the tech to trace your roots!

We are excited to see you at the Expo again this year. In case you haven’t registered yet be sure you do it today and guarantee your seat at the show. Just go to

and click on the “Register Now!” link near the top of the page.

This year our opening keynote will be presented by renowned author and speaker Robert S. Davis, M.Ed, MA will reveal the “Secrets to Research in Georgia” and much more. Davis is director of the Genealogy Program of Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. He has more than 1,000 publications on records and research to his credit and ours. He will be presenting 4 additional classes at the Expo, you will certainly learn new ways to increase your research success.

Another unique opportunity for you to learn will be from Paul Adjei of Kumasi, Ghana, Africa. Adjei is an expert in capturing, preserving, and sharing oral history. Capturing the oral traditions in our families is critical to all aspects of research. Adjei has developed a stellar method of capturing history in a country where few if any written records exist. If he can do it there certainly we can learn from his challenges and successes to do it in our family history too. And, if you have ancestry from Ghana, you will be astounded at what he is building.

Bernard E. Gracy, Jr. of Connecticut will be back with more information on DNA and Echos from the past. His presentations will focus on how we can take modern technology and more our research into the realms of the unknown. At the end of the day on Saturday Gracy and Adjei will lead us in an amazing Q & A session to assist us with making the connections of oral history and DNA to open new worlds of thought to our research. Don’t miss this once in lifetime experience.

Other presenters of note include: Dr. D. L. Henderson focusing on African American research opportunities. James L. Tanner teaching the latest and greatest techniques with technology, Jennifer Dondero shares her expertise on Georgia, NARA, and using DAR collections from afar. Monica L. Hopkins will open the world of online catalogs, free books online and more. To see our full line up of presenters go to and read the details we

have there.
Exhibitors at the Expo

Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society – Metro Atlanta Chapter
Ancestry Games
Ask-the-Pros (professional research assistance bring your questions)
Blogger Lounge sponsored by
Creative Memories
Eastern Digital Resources
Explore Gwinnett
FamilyRoots Publishing (more than 400 books to explore)
FamilySearch (computers to work with online all the time free)
Genealogy Presentations
Georgia Genealogical Society
NARA Southeast
Paparazzi Accessories (for busy researcher gift ideas)
R.J. Taylor, Jr. Foundation
Robert S. Davis Books
Salt Lake Plaza Hotel
Saving Memories Forever
The Family Tree of Boise, Idaho
The Genealogical Institute

Bloggers at the Expo

Come learn how to blog, meet the bloggers, learn how to use blogs in your research, and hangout in our blogger lounge it is open to all. You can checkout our bloggers and their blogs online today by going to

and clicking on the title link for each blogger’s blog.

There is much more to explore on the website. Don’t miss out on this tremendous opportunity to learn, network, and educate yourself and others. Bring a friend. Call us if you have questions. See you soon!

The Family History Expos Team


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