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Techniques, Tools, and Technology of Ties That Bind Families Together

Summary

BYU has done it again! This coming July 26-29, 2011 at the BYU Conference Center in Provo, Utah, once again thousands will “enter to learn and go forth to serve” in the mighty work of family history with knowledge gained from the best! With BYU’s 43rd Annual Conference on Family History and Genealogy, over 100 classes are being presented chock-full of the techniques, tools and technology for “Strengthening Ties That Bind Families Together.” This four-day conference on the BYU campus has something for everyone in its multiple topical tracks of instruction for all levels of genealogical expertise. Classes are being offered on a non-credit and credit basis to meet the family history educational needs of the attendees. Come learn new skills and useful information from over 50 professionals to help you accomplish your genealogy goals. Space is limited so be sure to register early and secure your opportunity to participate. Click here for easy Registration.

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