American-Canadian Genealogical Society
2014 Spring Conference
 Saturday, April 26
ACGS Library
4 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03101
Free and open to all.

8:30 a.m.
Check-in & Morning Refreshments
Check-in, refreshments, and classes will be found on the 3rd Floor.

Orientation and small group tours of the library will be scheduled at the end of the sessions. Research assistants will be available throughout the day.

Lunch on your own.  Go out or bring your own to eat in our lunchroom.
Intro at 9:00 a.m. then
9:15 a.m with Nelson Disco
Strategies for Research in the Great Black Hole of Northern NY

Early French settlements and immigration.  Sources of historical and genealogical data will also be covered. 

10:30 a.m. with Muriel Chabot Normand
Translation and Interpretation of Drouin Records 
Templates, direct translations, and a list of less common terms will be provided.  The difference between the two copies of the Drouin records will be explained; they really didn't have lined paper in 1691.

1:00 p.m. with Pauline Cusson
New England Captives
The life and trials of many who were redeemed and returned to New England, as well as those who remained leaving progeny in Quebec.

In This Issue
Conference Overview
Great Black Hole of Northern NY
Drouin Records: Translate and Interpret
New England Captives
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