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The International German Genealogy Partnership (IGGP) is a group of partner societies interested in German Genealogy. The partnership is a network to share ideas, contacts, research information and resources, to help our members trace their Germanic heritage, wherever it is found. We facilitate German genealogy research globally as the internationally recognized federation of German genealogy organizations.

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October 4
6:00 pm
Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie
Im Laufe eines Jahres erfahren Sie dort alles wichtige über die Ahnenforschung in der alten Donaumonarchie. Egal, ob Sie erst am Anfang Ihrer Forschungen stehen ...

October 5
7:30 pm
Dissecting Coroner's Records for Genealogical Research
Presenter Lisa Alzo explains that coroner’s records are often untapped resources that contain essential information for genealogists. In this presentation, learn how to determine if your ...

October 6
53rd Genealogy Jamboree Conference
Registration opens on Tuesday, Aug 1. Stand by for details.

October 6
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm
The ABCs of the Old German Script
Starting from the beginning—the alphabet—dive into how to decipher individual letters of the old German script. Learn how to use that knowledge to decipher key ...

October 7
9:30 am to 4:30 pm
2023 German Genealogy Fall Seminar
Programs presented by Teresa Steinkamp McMillin: The Voyages of our German Immigrants - Germans began immigrating to the United States in 1683, according to documented ...