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*** Special Announcement - Call for Papers ***
This organization will be hosting the "2018 State Hispanic Conference" here in San Antonio, Texas. We are issuing a Call for Papers for this conference. Only members are eligible to participate in the submission of these documents. Please note that all entries must be submitted by June 15, 2016.
Texas State Genealogical Society
2016 Family History Conference

October 28 -  30, 2016 in Dallas, Texas
Register at www.txsgs.org/conference
72 Sessions, 5 Workshops, 35 Speakers, Banquet, Reception, Exhibit Hall
Events at the Central Library, 600 Soledad, San Antonio, Texas
210-207-2500 (Ask for Genealogy), 3 Hours Free Parking

*** Growing Your Family Tree: Beginning Your Research, Saturday Oct 29, 2016, 10:30 am ***
Learn how to begin researching your family tree! We'll discuss the information you can find online and in courthouses, cemeteries, archives and your own San Antonio Public Library! Registration is encouraged.

*** Online Map Resources for the Genealogists, Tuesday Nov 1, 2016, 2:00 pm ***
Join us and learn where online free digital maps can be found and discover how they can be useful when doing family history research. Registration is required. 3 hours free parking

*** Short History of Native San Antonio & Vicinity, Nov 5, 2015, 1:00-2:00pm ***
Join us as Dr. Alston Thoms discusses native inhabitants of today's northeast New Mexico and South Texas. Recent studies indicate that there may be hundreds, even thousands, of people living today who decendented from Mission indians.