I have been attending regional and national genealogy conferences for nearly twenty years. In recent years, I have also attended conferences in England and Canada. I have seen some very successful events and a few that were less so. I don’t claim to be an expert on genealogy events, but I do see a few trends.
If interest in genealogy is declining, why is interest in genealogy cruises soaring? Or is it simply a symptom of a different problem: the possibility that traditional national genealogy conferences are no longer attracting genealogists like they used to?
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