Sunday, 11 June 2017
Last day! I hate the last day of conferences, plus I must drive two hours south to get home. Because of that, like last year and the year before, I skipped the last session, which I really wanted to attend! It was called, “Using the Bureau of Land Management Tract Books” by Michael John Neill. Well, at least I have the syllabus. Today, I attended another breakfast with Janet Hovorka of Family ChartMasters. Her talk was called, “Saving What’s in Your Attic” and was very helpful and informative talk of preservation. Later in the morning, I got a one on one with Diane Richard concerning some questions I had with my North Carolina ancestors. She was extremely helpful and even offered to email me some info on record repositories concerning the two counties I was interested in. Jamboree 2017 was definitely another success this year! I learned a lot, met new friends, saw old friends, and had a great time. I will be back in 2018!
Today’s classes I attended:
· Breakfast: “Saving What’s in Your Attic” – Janet Hovorka, MLIS.
· “Two States, Multiple Counties – What’s a Border?” – Diane L. Richard.
· “Did Your Ancestors Own Slaves?” – Janice Lovelace, PhD..
Here are some pictures from this day:
|Mark Olsen of Mackiev Software donated these for my society!|
|Diane L. Richard - All things North Carolina!|
|Thanks for the pic Janet Hovorka! Love my DNA chart!|
|Thanks to SCGS and Jamboree! You guys are the best!!!|
|Official photo from the NextGen Genealogy Network meet-up.|
Thanks again to all the wonderful people who put Jamboree together. You guys do so much work all year round to make this happen. A special thanks to Lise Harding and Kathy Holland - the social gurus of Jamboree - You guys rock!
See you next year!