My article has been published in APGQ (Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly) in the September 2019 issue, pages 17-23. “Books for Professional Genealogists: The Recommendations of Bibliophiles” was a list and description if my favorite books for genealogy, with book lists from other APG members.
APGQ is a subscription quarterly for members of APG. It is also available at some libraries, including the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. Other locations can be found on WorldCat.org.
This is my first published article as a genealogist! I look forward to many others.
I have completed ProGen, the one-year study program for Professional Genealogists! It feels good to have completed the study program. I learned a lot. If you are thinking of becoming a Professional, or just want to learn more for your own family, consider a professionally-run program of education.
ProGen website has more info.
I’m teaching a genealogy class at the Antelope Valley Genealogical Society!
Class is on August 14, 2019 starting at 7:00 PM.
Lecture subject is “Don’t Forget Your Home Sources” and will happen at the
Chimbole Cultural Center at 700 East Palmdale Blvd., Palmdale, CA 93550.
The website for the AVGS is here.
See you there!