Meetings of IAAGG take place from noon to 2 p.m., at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, at 500 West Washington St., in downtown Indianapolis.
Parking is free in the White River State Park underground garage. Lunch and snacks can be purchased in the museum's cafe.
Changes in meeting details are listed below. Watch this space for the latest on IAAGG happenings.
June 15, 2019
Noon - 2:00 p.m.
by Teresa (Terry) Skipper
and Carl Radford
“Victors not Victims”
How a family, through historical research and DNA, traced their family to Africa
2019 Program Committee Tentative Monthly Events and Themes
May 18, 2019:
Charles Barker: ‘Why add DNA Testing to Your Family Research Tool Kit?” Pedigree Charts, DNA 101 Triangulation, DNA Painter, ThruLines, Online Research Trees. An Illustration of Successful penetration of the Brick wall of slavery using genetic research techniques. In other words, a previously unknown 2nd great grandfather was discovered.
June 15, 2019:
Teresa (Terry) Skipper and Carl Radford “Victors not Victims”, How a family through historical research and DNA Traced their family to Africa. Denise Chisley Genealogy Research
July 20, 2019:
Denise Chisley Genealogy Research Topic TBD
August 17, 2019:
Charles Vaughn “Using DNA to Locate Family”, (Panel Discussion?) How to Research Civil records and other techniques
September 21, 2019:
Annual Conference, Guest Speaker Sharon Morgan
October 19, 2019:
November 16, 2019:
20th Anniversary Celebration
December 21, 2019: