Announcing CAGGNI's First Ever
All Day Conference!
>> Featuring acclaimed blogger and tech genealogist Thomas MacEntee on May 17, 2014.
Click here for program information - scroll down on the page for full program details. Visit the conference blog at www.geneaquest.blogspot.com.
Note: Monthly Meeting location will be confirmed 90 days in advance.
26 Apr 2014 • email to email@example.com
10 May 2014 10:30 AM • Schaumburg Public Library
17 May 2014 8:00 AM • Elgin Community College, Building E
24 May 2014 • email to firstname.lastname@example.org
14 Jun 2014 10:30 AM • Schaumburg Public Library
14 Jun 2014 1:00 PM • Schaumburg Public Library
Need a handout from a previous meeting?
>>Click here <<
to download them!
NOTE: This is a member benefit,
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ATTN attendees from Jan 11, 2014 "Genealogy Basics" meeting - handouts are now available at the link above.
CAGGNI (The Computer Assisted Genealogy Group of Northern Illinois) is a group of amateur genealogists who are committed to using technology and the internet more effectively in support of their research activities.
Monthly meeting topics cover a broad range of subjects of interest in supporting genealogical activities including software, tools, techniques and methodologies. Additionally, monthly newsletters, support for both computer and genealogy issues and Internet surname exposure are among the benefits of membership.
A variety of genealogy software packages are used by the membership. Popular software includes Family Tree Maker (FTM), Ancestry.com public member trees, Genii, Reunion, Personal Ancestral File (PAF), and The Master Genealogist (TMG). We are also interested in personal websites, digital photography, handheld apps, and other ways to share our family histories.
For questions about the group, comments, and suggestions contact email@example.com. To report problems with the website contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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