Can’t make it to the NGS 2017 Family History Conference in Raleigh? The National Genealogical Society records more than 150 lectures as audio recordings, on a wide range of topics, in addition to the 10 live streamed video sessions. There are sessions on records including the Library of Congress, heredity societies, federal and state collections; plus topics on the law and genealogy, methodology, analysis and problem solving, military and land records, the use of technology, African and Native American, and the DNA and BCG Skillbuilding tracks. Among the regional specific topics covered are land grants in North Carolina, colonial migrations to the area, religious records in the southeast and many more. ***Note: 2016 Fort Lauderdale Recordings pages are under construction and will be available in late May 2017.

2017 RALEIGH – NGS AUDIO AND VIDEO RECORDINGS (ACCESS VARIES)

Utilizing the National Genealogical Society Book Loan Collection
  • Audiences: N/A
  • Session#: 7770-S418
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Program: 2017 RALEIGH
  • Date: May 13, 2017
Video Pass + Audio Pass + Audio Files on USB
What did She Mean? Interpreting Informants' Historical Accounts
  • Audiences: N/A
  • Session#: 7770-W123
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Program: 2017 RALEIGH
  • Date: May 10, 2017
What to Do When Your Ancestor Drops Out Of the Sky: Frances Ellsworth
  • Audiences: N/A
  • Session#: 7770-S411
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Program: 2017 RALEIGH
  • Date: May 13, 2017
What's in German Parish Microfilms?
  • Audiences: N/A
  • Session#: 7770-T230
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Program: 2017 RALEIGH
  • Date: May 11, 2017
What's the Evidence? How to Probe Documents Beyond the Obvious
  • Audiences: N/A
  • Session#: 7770-F321
  • Session Length: 60 minutes
  • Program: 2017 RALEIGH
  • Date: May 12, 2017