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Save the Date

Ceil Wendt Jensen

is coming to California for the

Polish Genealogical Society of California
25th Anniversary Seminar


Saturday, July 25, 2015
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm

Click HERE for more information!

Mark Your Calendar Now!

Polish Genealogical Society of California

Our next meeting
Saturday, May 23, 2015

Class (1:00 pm)
How to protect yolur genealogy, so that it doesn't get lost - or stolen.
Presented by: Nancy Carlberg

How to preserve your research for future generations and maintain your sanity.


Meeting (2:30 pm)
How to Survive the How to Survive the Genealogy Bug without Going Broke
Presented by: Nancy Carlberg

How to access research resources without spending lots of money to get the information you want.


Nancy Carlberg is a well-known professional genealogist, a lecturer, and author.

Nancy has been a professional genealogist since 1975. For 2-1/2 years she worked in Salt Lake City doing research in the records of 25 different countries and in almost as many languages. Then she worked for Alex Haley gathering background material for Roots II, Queen, and a television miniseries, Palmerstown, USA. Since 1985 Nancy has written over 69 books. They include books on genealogical research in general, and also books on researching in various countries of the world, including England, Ireland, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, and Mexico. For 12 years Nancy was a librarian and cataloger at the Los Angeles Family Search Library, and now volunteers at the Anaheim Family History Center 4 mornings a week. She also takes tour groups and individuals to Salt Lake City and to the British Isles. Nancy has a Master's Degree in Library Science and a California Elementary Teaching Credential. One piece of advice she gives researchers is to make sure that your research is correct. She says that it's better to do five generations correctly, than 20 generations with a lot of errors.



Meetings are the fourth Saturday of:

January, March, May, July, September, and November.

For more information - Check www.pgsca.org or contact: Programs@pgsca.org


Renewals and Membership

If you wish to become a member of PGS-CA, please print out and fill in this membership application and send it with your dues to:

PGSCA-Membership
PO Box 307
Buena Park, CA 90621-0307


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