2023 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Join us for our Annual Conference on July 8th, 2023.
Via Zoom at 10:00 a..m.
KANSAS iNDIANS AND HOW TO RESEARCH
Jason Felihkatubbe has been doing genealogical research for over 25 years and his focus is Native American Indian genealogy, with an emphasis on the southeastern peoples–Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muskogeee, and Seminole in Indian Territory/Oklahoma. Apart from research, he has offered lectures and classes on Native American Indian genealogy, culture, and. He is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. He has been involved with the USGenWeb Project for over 16 years.
Watch for an email with the link to attend.Organizations will be able to share the link with members.
LOOKING FOR A SPEAKER FOR YOUR MEETING?
Looking for a speaker for your meeting? We all struggle at times to find speakers for our organization's meetings. Well, we are trying to help in this capacity but keeping a running list of individuals who are willing to give presentations at meeting via in-person or online. We are not vetting the individuals - that's for you to decide but are giving you a list to pull from.
We have added a tab on the left side of the home page for this listing.
If you know of anyone who would like to be added to this list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
and will add them to this listing. Let us know if this is helpful for your organization or give us feedback concerning this page.
A New Database
We're adding a new database! Looking for ancestors in Kansas but don't know what or where records are held in the county? We are working on making Locality Guides for each county in Kansas. If you don't see your county and would like to help with this project please email us at email@example.com