Association of Professional Genealogists

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The '''Association of Professional Genealogists''' is an organization that promotes professional and business ethics in the field of genealogical research. Organized in 1979, its offices are in [[Colorado]] (as of December, 2008).
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Membership is open to any person or institution willing to support the organization's objectives and code of ethics. Members include family historians, professional researchers, librarians, archivists, writers, editors, consultants, indexers, instructors, lecturers, columnists, booksellers, publishers, computer specialists, and geneticists.
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Membership is open to any person or institution willing to support the organization's objectives and code of ethics. Members include family historians, professional researchers, librarians, archivists, writers, editors, consultants, indexers, instructors, lecturers, columnists, booksellers, publishers, computer specialists, and geneticists.  
  
The goals of the organization are:
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The goals of the organization are:  
* To promote international awareness of, and interest in, professional genealogical services
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* To promote professional standards in genealogical research, writing, and speaking
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* To engage in activities that improve access to, facilitate research on, and preserve records used in the fields of genealogy and local history
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* To promote awareness of activities or laws that may affect genealogical and historical research
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* To educate the membership and public through publications and lectures
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* To provide support for those engaged in genealogical pursuits as a business
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*To promote international awareness of, and interest in, professional genealogical services
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*To promote professional standards in genealogical research, writing, and speaking
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*To engage in activities that improve access to, facilitate research on, and preserve records used in the fields of genealogy and local history
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*To promote awareness of activities or laws that may affect genealogical and historical research
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*To educate the membership and public through publications and lectures
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*To provide support for those engaged in genealogical pursuits as a business
  
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Association of Professional Genealogists
Abbreviation APG
Formation 1979
Type Professional association
Headquarters Westminster, Colorado
Executive Director Kathleen Hinckley
Website www.apgen.org
The Association of Professional Genealogists is an organization that promotes professional and business ethics in the field of genealogical research. Organized in 1979, its offices are in Colorado (as of December, 2008).

Membership is open to any person or institution willing to support the organization's objectives and code of ethics. Members include family historians, professional researchers, librarians, archivists, writers, editors, consultants, indexers, instructors, lecturers, columnists, booksellers, publishers, computer specialists, and geneticists.

The goals of the organization are:

  • To promote international awareness of, and interest in, professional genealogical services
  • To promote professional standards in genealogical research, writing, and speaking
  • To engage in activities that improve access to, facilitate research on, and preserve records used in the fields of genealogy and local history
  • To promote awareness of activities or laws that may affect genealogical and historical research
  • To educate the membership and public through publications and lectures
  • To provide support for those engaged in genealogical pursuits as a business