It's a pleasure to welcome Pamela Dallas as a speaker to Family History Day 2012 at the California State Archives.
Pamela Dallas lectures nationally and locally on a wide range of topics,
speaking frequently at genealogical society meetings, conferences and
presenting full-day workshops. She is a professional researcher and a
member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Genealogical
Speakers Bureau and several local societies. Pamela has served on the
board of many societies. She played a key role in the success of the
National Genealogical Society Conference held in Sacramento in 2004.
Pamela has appeared on local television and radio talk shows to discuss
genealogy and has written and appeared in several genealogy
instructional videos aired on local TV. She believes the best part of
genealogy is the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people.
Pamela Dallas will be presenting two classes:
Meet Ancestors in your Mailbox: Correspondence in your Mailbox: Are you getting the most out of your genealogical correspondence? Avoid the mistakes that hinder your genealogical correspondence. Learn techniques that will keep those ancestors coming in the mail.
Carved in Stone: Cemetery Research: Cemetery records and related records are a cornerstone of genealogical research. A thorough comprehension of these records will enhance your research and provide answers to many unsolved problems. We will discuss the types of cemeteries and the clues they yield. The answers to some genealogical questions can only be answered at the cemetery.
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