Olympia Genealogical Society March 2020 Seminar

GENEALOGY SEMINAR ON GERMAN ANCESTRAL ORIGINS

On March 28 Teresa Steinkamp-McMillin will be Olympia Genealogical Society’s speaker for their annual Spring Seminar. Her series of “Ancestral Origins Through the Eyes of a German Genealogist” will include presentations on Kickstarting Your German Genealogy, He Took Her Name, Voyages of Our German Immigrants, and Petition to Oath, U.S. Naturalization for Genealogists.

This day-long event will be at Capital Event Center, 6005 Tyee Drive SW, Tumwater, off Exit 102 of I-5. Community members pay $60, with optional box lunch $15 additional. Registration is open now, but the price increases by $5 after March 1 if any seats remain. See our website at http://www.OlyGenSoc.org for more information and the registration form.

Ms. Steinkamp-McMillin, CG, researches German ancestry and reads German script. She’s taught at the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research and Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy. She’s also author of “Guide to Hanover Military Records, 1514-1866” and has created courses for Ancestry Academy and Legacy.

One comment on “Olympia Genealogical Society March 2020 Seminar

  1. Look for the Stillaguamish Valley Genealogical Society table at this event – you’ll have a chance to win a GIFT CERTIFICATE to the NORTHWEST GENEALOGY CONFERENCE in Arlington – SAVE THE DATE – August 12 is a FREE BEGINNING GENEALOGY by Thomas MacEntee we’ll have 15 speakers over 4 days…NwGC2020 opens for registration Feb. 15

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