Pima County Genealogy Society’s first ever eConference is coming up in two days, on Saturday March 30! There’s still time to register. The subject of the conference is Research Strategies and Historical Writing. Gayle Johnson, PCGS Publicity Committee Member, has interviewed each of the presenters about their topics and background.
PCGS Spring eConference Theme: Research Strategies and Historical Writing Saturday, March 30, 8:00am-3:00pm, Truly Nolen Leadership Training Center, Tucson, AZ. [The exact times are still being finalized] Pima County Genealogy Society announces its call for presentations for its March 30, 2019 Spring eConference. PCGS is co-hosting this online and in-person
Join us on Saturday, January 19, for a fascinating look at archaic medical terminology and researching illegitimacy in the past. We are meeting at our new location, the Truly Nolen Leadership Training Center at 436 S. Williams Blvd. Archaic Medical Terminology First we will hear from Dr. Rudy Byrd for
Come join us Saturday, November 17, for our class, Researching the World on a Shoestring Without Leaving Town by Bob Black. The class will be followed by Heading West, Starting Fresh: Our Ancestors and American Expansion presented by Robert Wilbanks IV, president of the Arizona Council of Professional Genealogists. You won’t want to miss our