August 1-4, 2006
Theme: Strengthening Ties That Bind Families Together Forever
The 38th annual Brigham Young University Family History and Genealogy Conference will be held August 1-4, 2006, in the BYU Conference Center.
More than 100 classes will be offered throughout the conference allowing participants to gain new skills and helpful information. Classes will focus on Beginning Family History, Family History Center Support, Computers and New Programs, Europe/Nordic Research, British Research, U.S. Research, Methodology, and Publishing Family Histories. We invite you to attend the conference to learn new techniques and to build and strengthen your family ties through genealogy and family history.
Elder Marlin K. Jensen is a member of the First Quorum of the Seventy, the Church historian/recorder and the executive director of the Church and Family History Department.
Jay L. Verkler is the associate managing director of the Family and Church History Department, currently responsible for the family history functions of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Many vendors will be demonstrating and displaying their latest computer programs and products designed to aid genealogical researchers.
Keep in mind that limited housing is available. For more information on this conference visit our Conference Web Site at: http://familyhistoryconferences.byu.edu
Location: The conference will be held in the BYU Conference Center (770 East University Parkway, Provo, Utah).
Sponsored by: LDS Family History Library, BYU Religious Education, BYU History Department, BYU Center for Family History, and BYU Division of Continuing Education