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===Genline News and Events===
 
===Genline News and Events===
 
Genline hosts research day activities at various genealogical events around the United States. The Research Day includes:
 
Genline hosts research day activities at various genealogical events around the United States. The Research Day includes:
    * Private Research Assistance Sessions
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* Private Research Assistance Sessions <br>
    * Genealogical Presentations
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* Genealogical Presentations<br>
    * Exhibit Hall with Genline Representatives
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* Exhibit Hall with Genline Representatives<br>
 
The events calendar can be seen through thier website at: [http://www.genline.com/nyheter/ Genline News and Events]
 
The events calendar can be seen through thier website at: [http://www.genline.com/nyheter/ Genline News and Events]
 
  
 
===Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota===
 
===Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota===

Revision as of 14:58, 31 October 2008

Genline News and Events

Genline hosts research day activities at various genealogical events around the United States. The Research Day includes:

  • Private Research Assistance Sessions
  • Genealogical Presentations
  • Exhibit Hall with Genline Representatives

The events calendar can be seen through thier website at: Genline News and Events

Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota

Meetings are held 4 times a year. See the Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota website for dates and locations at:Swedish Genealogical Society of Minnesota Website

The Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT

Swedish research classes at the Family History Library, October 14-21, 2008.  Registration required.  PLEASE CALL: 801:240-4734 for registration. 

The Swedish-American Historical Society

The Society sponsors two meetings annually for its members, including periodic academic conferences featuring noted speakers and panelists, dinner meetings in Chicago, and field trips to Swedish-American sites. Non-members are welcome as space is available.A dinner meeting and program is held at least once a year. See the event schedule at: Swedish-American Historical Society