Reminder: NERGC Early Bird Registration ends February 28

The conferences sponsored by the New England Regional Genealogical Consortium (NERGC) are always great events. Each conference is advertised as:

NERGC is a regional conference with national reach. We bring you affordable, cutting edge, expert genealogical education within the reach of New England genealogists and family historians at an affordable regional price.

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Indeed, the NERGC conferences have always lived up to that claim. While held in New England with a lot of presentations about researching New England family trees, it also always has numerous presentations about topics of national and even international interest: DNA, online web sites and other technology, immigration to and emigration out of New England, and more.

This year’s event will be held 3-6 April 2019 in Manchester, New Hampshire and will feature presentations by Blaine Bettinger, Thomas W. Jones, Cyndi Ingle (of Cyndi’s List) and many others.

I have attended most of the NERGC conferences in the past 20 years and have always enjoyed them and I usually learned a lot. I plan to be at this year’s event as well. If you would like to attend, please be aware that the Early Bird (discounted) registration ends in a few days.

For information, go to https://www.nergc.org.

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