Genealogypalooza with Texas General Land Office

The Texas General Land Office and Texas State Genealogical Society are partnering together to

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bring Texas genealogists the very first “Genealogypalooza” on Saturday, May 17, 2014, at the GLO Headquarters in the Stephen F. Austin Building in Austin. The goal of the “Genealogypalooza” is to bring attention to a broad range of Texas genealogical resources in an open, fun, and

practical way that will be accessible to those in attendance, and further cement the Texas General Land Office and Texas State Genealogical Society as partners in Texas genealogy.

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The 2014 “Genealogypalooza” will feature seven informative speakers and tours of the General Land Office Archives and Records for only $65 before May 1st (or $80 after May 1st).

Speakers and topics include:

  • Bill Buckner – Core 101 Fundamentals for Beginning Genealogy Research
  • Sue Kaufman – Planning Your Research Trip
  • James Harkins – Genealogical Resources of the Texas General Land Office
  • John Sellers – Researching Your Ancestor’s Plot of Dirt: The Adventures of Courthouse Land Research
  • Daniel Alonzo – Time vs. Money: Preserving Family Documents
  • Caroline Pointer – I Started Researching My Genealogy on – Where Do I Look Now?
  • Margaret Schlankey – Resources for Genealogists at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

There are only 100 spots available for this event, so please register early as this event will sell out!

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If you have any questions, please call 512-463-5277, or email

For those wanting to publicize this event, here is a link to the event PDF flyer for download. Print it out and pass it out at your next genealogical society meeting or put it up at your local library.

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Caroline M. Pointer

Caroline M. Pointer

Caroline is a genealogist and family history researcher, writer, speaker, and founder of She is also the District 6 Representative for the Texas State Genealogical Society.
Caroline M. Pointer

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