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Annual Spring Conference

Our brochure IS available in the "Downloadable Documents" section.
Please see the "Events" tab on the menu for more information. 
NSGS holds it annual conference in late April or early May each year, moving it to different locations across Nebraska.  Locations and speakers for past and upcoming conferences are below.
Year Place Speaker(s)
1998   Columbus Neill, Michael John
1999   Grand Island DeBartolo Carmack, Sharon
2000   Kearney Hosman, Lloyd & Quinn, Joyw Lette
2001   Grand Island Eakle, Arlene & Witcher, Curt
2002   Grand Island DeBartolo Carmack, Sharon
2003   Hastings Howells, Cindi
2004   Omaha Schweitzer, George
2005   North Platte Coleman, Ruby
2006   Beatrice Colletta, John Philip
2007   Lexington DeBartolo Carmack, Sharon
2008   Lincoln Smolenyak Smolenyak, Megan
2009   Scottsbluff Miller, Julie
2010   Norfolk Stuart-Warren, Paula
2011   Nebr. City Blankenau, Gail
2012   Grand Island Prescott, Laura
2013   Grand Island Foulk, Beth (Watson)
2014   Grand Island Various speakers on "Societies with Secrets"
2015   Grand Island Morgan, George G. 
2016   Kearney Sayre, Rick & Pam
2017   Lincoln Taylor, D. Joshua
Russell, Judy "Legal Genealogist" 
2019   Grand Island Bettinger, Blaine (DNA)
2020   Columbus CANCELLED Due to COVID-19
2021   Virtual (online) Tom Jones
2022   Columbus TBA
April 2021 Conference with Tom Jones will be held virtually (online). 
Coming to Lincoln in 2021
Tom Jones topics: 
Documentation: The What, Why, Where and How
What is the Standard of Proof in Genealogy
Finding "Unfindable" Ancestors
Five Proven Techniques for Finding Your Ancestor's European Origin
When Does Newfound Evidence Overturn a Proved Conclusion
Breakout sessions: Using Facebook for Genealogy, Land Records, 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower, Why Genealogists Should Love the Tax Collector, Finding the British Origins of Your Colonial Ancestors, and Making Cousin Connections. 
Brochure is on our web site here:
Online registration is here:
APG-Great Plains is offering a scholarship to a first-time attendee. An application form with details is here: