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A Genealogist In The Archives: RootsTech 2024! Don't Miss It!

Tuesday, February 13, 2024

RootsTech 2024! Don't Miss It!

I am happy to announce that RootsTech 2024 is only 15 days away! The hybrid conference will take place February 29th to March 2nd and it's going to be a great event.

This annual genealogical conference is available to anyone who can attend in-person or to anyone who would like to attend virtually. 

To register for the in-person or virtual event, click this link:

There is a cost for the in-person event but the virtual registration is 100% FREE!

You can even Create Your RootsTech 2024 Schedule. Check out the speakers for the 3-day event and craft your own schedule at this link:

Every year at RootsTech there are Keynote Speakers and this year is no exception. This year the keynote speakers are Lynne M. Jackson, Henry Cho, Nancy Borowick, Katie James and Steve Rockwood.

RootsTech is all about connections. Discover your connections with relatives around the world through Relatives at RootsTech, check out this cool way to connect with cousins you didn't even know you had around the world:

Lastly, I will be presenting two LIVE presentations at RootsTech! Sign up to attend my live virtual presentations and put them on your RootsTech Calendar:

Melissa Barker RootsTech Virtual Presentations

Thursday, February 29, 2024 at 2:30 p.m. Central, Digging Into Finding Aids: The Road Map to Any Manuscript Collection

Friday, March 1, 2024 at 4:00 p.m. Central, Church Records in Archives

Here is my speaker page where you can add my presentations to your calendar or watch them virtually and you can also watch for FREE my previous RootsTech presentations.

So, get ready for RootsTech 2024! Register Today!

Remember: It's Not All Online, Contact or Visit and Archive Today!

It's Not All Online: Researching In Archives Webinar!
Researching in archives, libraries, historical societies, genealogical societies, courthouses and any other repository can be intimidating. This webinar will show you how to plan ahead for a successful research trip and also help you with your "To-Do List" once you get there. Contacting or visiting an archive will help the genealogist be more successful in their genealogy research.

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