Genealogy workshop held at Northeast Technology Center
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In 2001, a one day Gregath Publishing Company workshop focused on solid genealogical information and, due to its nature, was by reservation only. The event took place October 27, 2001 at the Northeastern Technical Center near Afton, Oklahoma.
Individual syllabi contained 23 pages of resource material, including the attendee’s personal schedule as determined by registration choices. Attendees were divided into specific classes of their own choosing. This departmentalized format allowed for a minimum choice of two different topics per timeframe. With two different computer labs, a centralized exhibitor and lunch/break area, the NTC administration building was an ideal site for this workshop.
Presenters and topics presented included Jean Gibson Bohannan for Document and Photo Preservation; Carrie Ann Cook for Genealogy on the Internet; Fredrea Gregath Cook for Writing Family History, Early Colonization, and American Wars and Land Ownership; Antoinette Gillespie for Beginning Computer and Beginning Internet; Connie Johnson for Family Tradition Scrapbooking; Ida P. McMillan for United Kingdom and European Research; John Sample for Researching the Records of the Civil War; and Jeanette Yokley for Native American Migration. After breaking up in the morning for various classes, all attendees came back together for lunch and door prize drawings. The exhibitors that were available for attending genealogists (in addition to Gregath Publishing Company) included Census View, Creative Memories, Gibson Studio, One Feather Books, and Ghost Gatherers of the Osage.
PO BOX 505, Wyandotte, OK 74370
http://www.gregathcompany.com ¶ 918-542-4148
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