TxSGS 2016 Speaker Spotlight: Sue Kaufman

We are thrilled to introduce you to one of the dynamic speakers teaching at our 2016 Family History Conference in Dallas Texas on October 28-30! Online registration is now closed, but you can still register in-person at the event.

Sue Kaufman

About the Speaker

Susan D. Kaufman is the manager of the Houston (TX) Public Library’s Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research in Houston. Susan nearly 30 years of experience as a Genealogy Librarian starting her career in Peoria, IL and then moving to the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Throughout her career she has held numerous genealogical society board positions in Illinois, Indiana, and Texas and at the national level. She is past President of the Texas State Genealogical Society, and currently serves as its Director of Education.

About the Session

Unusual Resources for Family History Research
Discover some of the more obscure sources for finding ancestors; records beyond the “normal” records used when searching for ancestors. Presented will be information that is sure to make you wonder just what else is out there that can add more of a story to the usual names, dates and places we all gather.

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Miranda Whited

Miranda Whited

Communications Intern at TxSGS
Miranda Whited is the Spring and Summer 2016 communications intern for the Texas State Genealogical Society. Miranda is interested in public outreach, archival work, and museum studies. She currently attends the University of Texas at Austin studying History, English, and Anthropology.
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