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Speaker Interview Round Up

Official Bloggers for the New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC) 2011 recently wrapped up round one of speaker interviews.  Here's the entire list in case you missed any (click on the name of the speaker to go directly to the interview):

Colleen Fitzpatrick - interviewed by Cynthia Shenette on the Heritage Zen blog

D. Joshua Taylor - interviewed by Heather Wilkinson Rojo on the Nutfield Genealogy blog

Pamela Boyer Sayre - interviewed by Leslie Albrecht Huber on the Journey Takers Blog

John Philip Colletta - interviewed by Polly Kimmitt on the Pollyblog

Eileen O'Duill - interviewed by Mike Brophy on Brophy's Irish Genealogy Blog

Maureen Taylor - interviewed by Lucie LeBlanc Consentino on the Lucie's Legacy blog

Leslie Albrecht Huber - interviewed by Marian Pierre-Louis on the Marian's Roots & Rambles blog

Photo Caption: NERGC speaker, Pamela Boyer Sayre

The New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC) is being held April 6-10, 2011 in Springfield, MA. More information is available from the conference website


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By now, if you're registered for NERGC 2019, you should have received a link to download the mobile app to help you organize your NERGC 2019 experience. It's virtually the same as the mobile app used for RootsTech. We strongly recommend you install the app on you Android or Apple device and accustom yourself to its functionality. It's a good thing! Keep track of your own schedule, when and where your chosen lectures will take place, locator for other NERGC attendees, speaker bios, exhibitors, sponsors, there's even a link to call an Uber! How did we ever attend a conference without an app like this one!