Brigham Young University and FamilySearch.Org would like to announce a unique and exciting Spanish language family history conference September 9 – 14, 2013, in Salt Lake City, Utah. There has never been a conference like this in Utah and may not be another one of this nature again for many years to come.
This unique conference will feature expert genealogists from throughout the Hispanic world. These teachers and presenters are experts in the areas they will be presenting in. The Spanish experts will focus on many of the challenges and resources for those with Latin and Hispanic heritage. This will be an opportunity for attendees to connect with and get help from specialists from genealogical communities in many Latin countries. These teachers will include Sonia Meza, Javier Tobón, George Ryskamp, Luis José Prieto Nouel and others.
To learn more about signing up for this unique family history conference, visit the Conferencia Iberoamreicana de Genealogia webpage. To see a list all the classes and other social events and experiences offered by the conference, visit the main blog page. There will be a track of classes in Portuguese and another track in English; the other five will be in Spanish.
Please share this information with your friends, research societies, and anyone else who might have ancestors from any of the Spanish speaking countries throughout the world. This is a conference that you will not want to miss.
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