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Learn about different records that were kept by Congress that may be useful in your family history research.
Learn how to ensure your descendants have your records.
The following presentations were given at RootsTech 2015. Wednesday, February 11: • Innovator Summit Keynote Session • Choose from 11 presentations Thursday, February 12: • Keynote Session – Dennis Brimhall, Mike Mallin, Tan Le • 30 Pieces of Tech I Can't Live Without – D. Joshua Taylor • You've Mastered the Census and Basic Search, What Next? – Karen Auman • What's New at Family Search – Devin Ashby • Getting Started in Genetic Genealogy – Diahan Southard • Consultant Training: Using FamilySearch Partners – Craig Miller • Discover New Research Opportunities with the MyHeritage and FamilySearch Partnership – Mark Olsen • Finding the Living Among the Dead: Using the Internet to Find Your Living Cousins – Amy Archibald Friday, February 13: • Keynote Session – Josh Taylor • Innovator Showdown Event • Building a Genealogy Research Toolbox – Thomas MacEntee • Bring Your Ancestor Back to the Future – Anne Leishman • The Write Stuff. Leaving a Recorded Legacy: Personal Histories, Journals, Diaries, and Letters – Valerie Elkins • FamilySearch Family Tree 2014 and Beyond – Ron Tanner Saturday, February 14: • Keynote Session – A.J. Jacobs, Donny Osmond • Family History on the Go Using Phones and Tablet Apps – Rhonna Farrer, Crystal Beutler • Personal History Triage: How to Tell the Best Ten Stories of Your Life – Alison Taylor • Finding Your Family On Newspapers.com – Peter Drinkwater • Getting the Most Out of Ancestry.com – Crista Cowan, Juliana Szucs