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As part of executing its educational mission year-round, MGC offers programs on open records and other topics of interest to genealogists 4 to 5 times a year. To avoid conflicting with regularly scheduled meetings of other societies and organizations, M:O.R.E. presentations will occur during the 5th week of a month.  

Click here to see the presentations of those speakers who have allowed us to record their talks and make them available to everyone.

 

The presentations are free, but registration is required.

Upcoming M:O.R.E. Presentations

  • Jenifer Kahn Bakkala: Writing a Compelling Family History (30 Sept 2024)

Check back to see when programs are added and when registration opens.

Previous M:O.R.E. Presentations

  • Sara E. Campbell:  What's in My Vault--Confessions of a DPW Engineer (29 April 2024)

  • Jill Marie Snyder: Dear Mary, Dear Luther:  A Courtship in Letters (29 Feb. 2024)

  • Anne Hanson, Buried Secrets:  Looking for Frank and Ida (30 Jan. 2024)

  • John D. Warner: Archivist of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (30 Nov. 2023)

  • Kate Kelley, Meet the Photo Angel (30 Nov. 2022)

  • Kenvi Phillips, PhD: Sounds like Sounds Like Family:  The Oral Tradition in Researching Family History (29 Sept. 2022)

  • Paul Joseph Fronczak: The Foundling, True Identity (31 Jan. 2022)

  • David J. Silverman: This Land Is Their Land (30 Nov. 2021)

  • Nicka Sewell-Smith: The Trask 500 (30 Sept. 2021)

  • John D. Warner: Archivist of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (30 June 2021)

  • Amy Whorf McGuiggan: Finding Emma (31 March 2021)

  • Brooke Schreier Ganz: Reclaim the Records (27 Jan. 2021)

  • Judy Bambrough-Billingsley: Too Brown to Keep (29 Oct. 2020)

Recorded M:O.R.E. Presentations

We are grateful to these presenters who allowed us to record their talks and make them available to you.

Recorded Presentations
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