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Genealogy Escape 2018
Monday and Tuesday, March 26-27, 2018

Sourcebooks/syllabus for most past workshops are available for $10.00 each - inquire.

Jordan Boyd

Jordan Boyd
Ottawa County, Oklahoma

Jordan Lee Boyd, Dobson Museum (Miami, OK) Director, graduated high School at Afton, Oklahoma and holds an Associate of Arts Degree in Social Science from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Miami, Oklahoma and a Bachelors of Arts Degree in History with a minor in Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations as well as a Master’s Degree in History from Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas.

In addition to his Dobson duties, Boyd is a current NEO instructor. Jordan has served on numerous committees, councils, and held offices in several organizations. He was active at NEO with Phi Theta Kappa Secretary, Investment Club Vice-President, History Club Secretary, Phi Beta Lambda Member, Christian Student Fellowship Member, Presidential Partner’s Foundation Student Panel, NEO Welcome Weekend Orientation Leader, and Agriculture Education Club Member. He is also active in the following organizations and councils at Pittsburg State University including: Phi Alpha Theta Lambda Chapter President, Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Chapter Charter Member, Crimson Club, Ottawa County Genealogy Society, College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Advisory Council, Financial Assistance and Scholarships Committee, and Transfer Scholars Leadership Program.

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Museums Matter: Who, When, and Why to Approach Museums and Historic Sites for Research?
11:00 AM - Monday

This session will cover how to approach museums and historic sites when doing research. A museum can be an excellent resource to any researcher or genealogist. They may house photographs, artifacts, newspapers, records, city/county directories, family bibles, books, etc. that may have belonged to an ancestor, family member, or includes information on your family. An important factor to conducting research at a museum or historic site is not only  what may be housed inside, but knowing who to ask and when to ask certain questions to obtain the information you are looking for at the museum or historic site. The museum matters greatly in any type of research, but especially helpful to any genealogist.

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