by Rev. Dr. David McDonald, CG
Throughout the nineteenth century, Illinois was both a destination and a way-station. An examination of migration routes to and through Illinois, as well as settlement patterns mixing Yankees, Southerners and foreign nationals throughout.
by Gregg Cox
Discover the genealogical resources found in the Illinois State Archives, ranging from wide known to lesser known records.
Sponsored by Illinois State Archives
by Dennis Suttles
An introduction to the electronic, printed, manuscript, newspaper, and audio-visual materials available to genealogists at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
Sponsored by Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
by Elder Robert Webb
Established in 1988, The Primitive Baptist Library, in Carthage, Hancock County, Illinois, has become a major Baptist collection of pioneer church records, minutes, and periodicals. This presentation focuses on our holdings, and tools designed to assist genealogists and researchers.
by Janet A. Alpert
6th–11th September 2011