Interested in your unique family history? Want to learn about scientific advances in this field? Blast into your Past is an informative and congenial program aimed at helping beginners learn more about the tools that can help! The five distinguished speakers on the agenda include two of genealogy's most famous experts: Bennett Greenspan, founder of www.FamilyTreeDNA.com and Dr. Steve Morse, founder of the "One-Step" genealogical websearch tool/pages (http://stevemorse.org) and architect of the Intel 8086 (the grandaddy of today's Pentium process). Local experts Michael Barger, Schelly Dardashti, and Lionel Rael will also share their abundant expertise.
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- You will receive the information-packed New Mexico Genealogist in your mailbox each quarter, with an index each December.
- You'll meet others who understand your interest (obsession?) in genealogy.
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The New Mexico Genealogical Society and the Albuquerque Genealogical Society have teamed up to help out a local genealogy library.
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