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Alan E. Mann, AG®, is an accredited genealogist in England, and Australia. He is a senior research consultant in the Family History Library for FamilySearch. In the past, Alan has been a community manager for the FamilySearch Community Services team and the Information Services manager for the Family History Library. He taught British Research for BYU (History 412, 413, and 481) and various computer courses for Salt Lake Community College. Alan writes columns, reviews, and articles for several magazines, and presents around the country on the Internet and British research. Alan was a director of the Utah Genealogical Association (2004-2009), was program chair for GenTech 2000 in San Diego, and was co-founder and co-chair of the BYU Annual Computerized Genealogy Conference (1998-2002,2006-2010), now replaced by the annual RootsTech conference.
Presentations and Articles
The following presentations are in reverse chronological order, grouped by conference or publication.
Family History Library classes - 2013
Techniques for Successful Searching (workshop)
What Website Developers Need to Learn from Power Users (Panel discussion)
Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy 2013
Family History Library classes - 2012
England Estate or Death Duty Records (November)
England: Records of the Poor (September)
Pre-1837 England Research Strategy (September)
Probate records and indexes (September)
Irish Land and Property (February) - replaced by Apr 2013 version
Recently Filmed Resources for Irish Resources: Records Supporting Griffiths Valuation (February) - see Land and Property class for more current information
International Commission for the Accreditation of Genealogists Conference (ICAPGen) - October 2012
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