AGS Monthly Meeting

Organizing Your Research: Making Molehills out of Mountains
Speaker: Cari Taplin
February 28, 2017 @ 6:30 to 8:30


Taming the Digital Tiger Class

Registration is now open for our Taming the Digital Tiger class taught by Dianne Holley.
The class will be held on Saturday, March 25. For more information and registration, go to AGS Class: Taming the Digital Tiger


2017 AGS Annual Seminar

2017 AGS Annual Seminar with Thomas W. Jones, is April 29, 2017.
Registration is open.
For information and registration, go to AGS 2017 AGS Annual Seminar


Thinking of joining the Austin Genealogical Society?

Come on and join us! 2017 memberships are open for purchase. Remember, you do not need to have Texas ancestors to join. Many of us don’t. We all share a love for genealogy and learning. Join AGS.


Check out the AGS newsletter for more news and announcements.


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AGS Writing SIG 6:30 pm
AGS Writing SIG @ BuildASign
Feb 9 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
AGS Writing SIG @ BuildASign | Austin | Texas | United States
Purpose of the SIG: Provide a support structure to those attending for recording family histories – including family interviews, memoirs or stories based on research.
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Searching in Sverige: Beginning Swedish Research 10:30 am
Searching in Sverige: Beginning Swedish Research @ North Village branch, Austin Public Library
Feb 25 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Searching in Sverige: Beginning Swedish Research @ North Village branch, Austin Public Library | Austin | Texas | United States
Searching in Sverige: Beginning Swedish Research This class will explore the basics involved in starting to research Swedish ancestors, using the emigration of Lars Larson in 1865 as a case study. We will cover basic (more...)

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AGS Monthly Meeting – February 2017 6:30 pm
AGS Monthly Meeting – February 2017 @ Highland Park Baptist Church
Feb 28 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
AGS Monthly Meeting - February 2017 @ Highland Park Baptist Church | Austin | Texas | United States
Organizing Your Research: Making Molehills out of Mountains Do you LOVE the research part of genealogy but DREAD the next step of data-entry and organizing your findings? You are NOT ALONE! Organization allows you to (more...)