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SGS 2022 Spring Seminar: Land and Maps and Deeds, Oh My!
SGS 2022 Spring Seminar: Land and Maps and Deeds, Oh My!
Friday, June 3, 2022 through Sunday, June 5, 2022
5:00 pm
Meeting via Zoom. Registration Required.
Land and Maps and Deeds, Oh My!
Join us for a 3-day event with 5 outstanding speakers.
Friday, June 3, 5PM
Keynote: Cyndi Ingle
"Pin Your Ancestors Down with Google Maps & Google Earth"
Saturday, June 4, 9AM-Noon
Angela Packer McGhie, CG
"Land Entry Files and Tract Books"
Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG, CGL
"Military Bounty Lands: Revolution to Mexican War"
Sunday, June 5, 1PM-4PM
Melinda Kashuba, PhD
"Using Migration Maps in Genealogical Research"
Kimberly T. Powell
"Mastering Deed Book Indexing Systems"
Registration options:
  • Full seminar (all 3 days/5 speakers)  $55
  • Seminar-Lite (Friday + Saturday --OR-- Friday + Sunday)  $40
SGS members receive a $10 discount on either option: $45 full seminar, $30 either 2-day option.
Presentations will be recorded and available to registrants (only) until midnight, June 12th.
Cyndi Ingle,va genealogist for more than 41 years, is the creator of the award-winning and the author of numerous articles and three books. Cyndi is an expert in using technology for genealogy, research in the United States, and organizational methodology.
Angela Packer McGhie, CG, is a professional researcher, lecturer, and instructor. She is the Education Director for NGS and Vice President for BCG. She teaches courses at the major genealogy institutes and serves on the ProGen board of directors.
Rebecca Whitman Koford, CG, CGL, is Executive Director of BCG and Director of Gen-Fed in Washington, D.C. She serves on the ProGen board of directors and has spoken at major genealogy conferences and Legacy Family Tree Webinars, focusing on Maryland and military records at the National Archives.
Melinda Kashuba, PhD, is a popular lecturer and author of Walking with Your Ancestors: A Genealogist’s Guide to Using Maps and Geography (Family Tree Books, 2005). Her specialties include nineteenth and twentieth century American records and maps. []
Kimberly T. Powell is an instructor at major genealogy institutes and Boston University, specializing in land research, land platting, complex problem-solving, and DNA analysis.  She has authored several books and contributed to popular genealogy magazines. []