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Sunday, September 15 through Sunday, September 22
PALAM Research trip to the Family History Library  (Palatines to America (PALAM))
Salt Lake City
For information see: www.palam.org or the attached PDF.



Saturday, October 12
GERMAN ROOTS AND RECORDS - PENNSYLVANIA  (Seminar)
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Der Dutchman Restaurant, 445 Jefferson Avenue, U.S. Route 42, Plain City, Ohio
Featured Speaker: James M. Beidler, Well-known genealogical author and lecturer.
Topics: Digging Pennsylvania Roots from your Desktop,
German Immigration Waves: Contrasts and Sources,
Mining the “Über-Sites” for German Ancestors,
Pennsylvania German Church Records.
 
Registration: $55, members $45; Deadline September 25, 2019 - after September 25: $65, members $55; No refunds after October 5, 2019.
Fees include syllabus, seminar sessions, vendor showcase, Der Dutchman pastries, coffee and juice for breakfast and full Buffet lunch including Broasted Chicken and Roast Beef, Mashed Potatoes, Noodles, Stuffing, Vegetables, Salad, Rolls, and Dessert
If traveling from out of the area, we have a block of rooms for Friday, October 11 and Saturday, October 12, at the Hilton Garden Inn, 500 Metro Place North, Dublin, OH 43017;  614-766-9900 – Group Code SMERF

Register today!
Use Pay Pal online 
Or: make check payable to Ohio Chapter – Palam and mail to: Joe Stamm, 3930 Lander Road, Chagrin Falls, OH 44022-1329, questions? <lindabelle@lcs.net>


Thursday, October 24 through Saturday, October 26
RootsTech London  (Conference)
London
Join the world’s largest family history event in one of the world’s most historic cities! Choose from more than150 breakout sessions, listen to celebrity keynote speakers, and interact with exhibitors from around the world. Details.


Friday, October 25 through Friday, October 25
Workshop - Using Map Resources to Locate German Ancestral Villages  (Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society)
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Hilton Garden Inn 65 Priority Drive, Martinsburg, WV 25401
Presented by Bob Greiner
 
What You Will Learn
This hands-on workshop will show you how to use a variety of online resources to locate places in Germany during the 19thcentury. Applications such as the Meyers Gazetteer and Kartenmeister enable you to search for a village name and identify its location on maps of that era. Nineteenth century online maps enable you to visualize the location relative to the rest of the German Empire at that time. Finally, research resources on the MAGS members-only pages can help you to understand the political and geographical boundaries in existence at a point in history. The results of your search can help you determine where to find other resources, such as church and civil records.
You will have the opportunity to try the applications and learn to use their available options. You will learn how to use maps to distinguish boundaries of the German states to understand the jurisdiction in which your ancestors lived.
The intent of this workshop is to help you become familiar with these online applications by using them in class. It is strongly suggested that each participant bring a laptop or tablet with Internet connectivity.
 
Who Should Attend
If you have German ancestors, this workshop will help you understand the many jurisdictions that existed before the German unification. Those unfamiliar with these online map applications will gain knowledge of how they work and what you can learn from them.
 
The Hilton Garden Inn in Martinsburg has given us a great room rate for the weekend of our conference. A king or queen room is only $134 per night, and it includes their buffet breakfast. You need to book your room by September 25th to get this rate. Our group code is MAG. Click here to go directly to the hotel booking page for MAGS.
 
Register for the conference online at the MAGS Store.The Hilton Garden Inn in Martinsburg has given us a great room rate for the weekend of our conference. A king or queen room is only $134 per night, and it includes 
their buffet breakfast. You need to book your room by September 25th to get this rate. Our group code is MAG. Click here to go directly to the hotel booking page for MAGS.
 


Saturday, October 26 through Saturday, October 26
German Migration in the Mid-Atlantic States  (Mid-Atlantic Germanic Society)
8:30 am to 4:00 pm
Hilton Garden Inn Martinsburg, West Virginia
Shenandoah Germanic Heritage
Karen Good Cooper
Our German immigrants had a certain kind of agriculture that, along with their particular customs and social beliefs, played a very important part in how American economics, local politics and social bonds developed.
 
Reverend Peter Muhlenberg and the German Element in Virginia
Karen Good Cooper
An Anglican Rector and a Lutheran Minister, Reverend Peter Muhlenberg was the right man in the right place to heavily affect the way the German Element in Virginia responded to the American Revolution. Was his famous speech a true account? Does it matter if it wasn’t?
 
 
Maryland Germans
Debra A. Hoffman
As occurred in Pennsylvania, Germans made up a significant portion of Maryland's population. Learn about their historical significance and how to overcome some of the challenges in researching these settlers.
 
They Came, They Served,
They Went Back Home
Dr. Kenneth W. Heger
Learn how to navigate complex records to locate Americans who left the United States to live overseas and their families, many of whom never left the Old World, and Americans traveling to visit family and friends in Germany.  The Global Journeys Project relies on extensive research among records of the Pension Bureau, the Office of the Secretary of the Interior, the Department of State, and reports to Congress.  This presentation will identify the records sources, explain the information the records contain, provide guidance on how to use the records, and point out indexes and datasets to help you find your ancestor.
 
The Hilton Garden Inn in Martinsburg has given us a great room rate for the weekend of our conference. A king or queen room is only $134 per night, and it includes their buffet breakfast. You need to book your room by September 25th to get this rate. Our group code is MAG. Click here to go directly to the hotel booking page for MAGS.
 
Register for the conference online at the MAGS Store.The Hilton Garden Inn in Martinsburg has given us a great room rate for the weekend of our conference. A king or queen room is only $134 per night, and it includes 
their buffet breakfast. You need to book your room by September 25th to get this rate. Our group code is MAG. Click here to go directly to the hotel booking page for MAGS.
 



Wednesday, June 17, 2020 through Saturday, June 20, 2020
Palatines to America (PALAM) National Conference  (Palatines to America (PALAM))
Cincinnati, Ohio

Historic Netherland Hilton Hotel. For information see: www.palam.org. Additional details to follow.