Growing up around genealogists, writing, and publishing Fredrea Gregath Cook, was always there to help. A well-known researcher, she is a published author of many family history and genealogical reference books. Ongoing genealogical education includes the National Institute of Genealogical Research (NIGR) 2004 and 2007 Federation of Genealogical Societies Library Day.
Fredrea Gregath Cook attended Northeastern State Teachers College (currently Northeastern State University), Tahlequah, Oklahoma and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Miami, Oklahoma. She is a published author of genealogical and historical material, including college level textbooks. Fredrea has developed and taught genealogical research and writing courses of study at colleges and universities.
Her love of history has provided unique perspective in the family publishing business. Fredrea is past president of the Gregath Publishing Company.
Mrs. Cook is the third generation to have been involved in both genealogical and historical research, writing, teaching, lecturing, and touring, as well as the printing and publishing industry. She is active in numerous patriotic and lineal organizations, as well as local community groups. In 2010, she was elected to her second two year term on the Genealogical Speakers Guild Board of Directors.
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