IR Genealogical Society present The Myths of Migration

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“The Myths of Migration”

The Indian River Genealogical Society is pleased to announce Ann Osisek as our program speaker at our regular monthly meeting on Tuesday February 12th, 2019.  She will be speaking at the Indian River County Main Library, 1600 21st St, Vero Beach.  The business meeting convenes at 10AM, followed by light refreshments and the program.  This meeting is free and open to the public.

Ann Osisek has been a resident of central Florida for 43 years and taught genealogy classes through the Orange County, FL Adult Education Program for 19 years & continues to teach an annual week long genealogy class at the John C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, NC. She is a past president of the Florida State Genealogical Society & a past president of the Central Florida Genealogical Society. She has completed courses at the Samford University Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research, Birmingham, AL & has been published in the FGS Forum, the APG Quarterly and numerous genealogical & historical publications.

Learn how to consider your ancestors’ migration patterns after arriving in this country to benefit your genealogical research.

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