Attend the 2016 Homestead Land Records and Genealogy Symposium July 1 and 16 in Beatrice, Nebraska. The symposium is co-hosted by Southeast Community College in Beatrice and Homestead National Monument of America. The symposium will feature professional genealogists and historians presenting a variety of topics and techniques that will enhance your genealogical research and enrich your understanding of the past present.
This year's program is headlined by key note speaker Dr. Christine Kenneally as well as Land Records guru Dr. Robert King. Dr. Kenneally's keynote address will be based on her celebrated 2014 book The Invisible History of the Human Race: How DNA and History Shape Our Identities and Our Futures. Merging biology, psychology, and history in her work, Dr. Kenneally's address will shed 21st century light on the old nature-versus-nurture debate and what it means for us all in the present and into the future.
Other presentation information is listed below or you can download a full conference program [Link].
Pre-registration is required and space is limited, so please contact the office of continuing education at Southeast Community College to reserve your place at the Symposium - firstname.lastname@example.org or call 402-437-2700 for more information.