Listen to this entertaining video from Michael Strauss (in period costume no less!) talk about the International German Genealogy Conference which will be held June 15-17, 2019 in Sacramento, California.
The 2019 International German Genealogy Conference to be held in Sacramento, California June 15-17, 2019 is now open for registration!
Review the program and note which presentations you are interested in. Confirm your membership in a partner society which allows a discount on your registration fee.
Read theFAQ for any special instructions and complete the registration form. Take advantage now of the early bird rates, which end January 15, 2019. With limited seating available,REGISTER soon. If the conference is full, your registration will go on a wait list. See you in Sacramento!
Only 2 more days until registration opens for the 2019 International German Genealogy Conference to be held in Sacramento, California June 15-17.
When registering, you will be asked to state which topics in each session you are interested in attending. You are not locked into these choices. It is NOT a guarantee or a reservation for any of the classes. This information is to help the conference planners with speaker room assignments. Download the conference schedule HERE and start planning NOW! Below is a short video by Bill Cole explaining this process.
Only 3 more days untilregistration opens for the 2019 International German Genealogy conference on November 1st. Sacramento will host the second international conference of the International German Genealogy Partnership (IGGP). More than 700 people are expected to attend the conference to focus on the history and genealogy of those with German ancestry, wherever they live in the world.
The conference offers 81 presentations over three full days, plus an opening plenary session. This is a unique opportunity for German genealogists like you to make personal connections with other attendees. You’ll also discover a motherlode of resources, information, and techniques unique to researching your German ancestors from around the world. For more information click HERE.