I really enjoyed the Albuquerque Family History Expo last weekend (April 13th and 14th) at the Crown Plaza Hotel. About 200 participants attended the two day event. It offered an impressive variety of interesting and informative genealogy classes. There was an exhibit area with representatives from several genealogical societies, a variety of family history search companies, and a company that prints large genealogy charts from your family history. A book seller offered with an impressive collection of genealogy instructional and reference books.
Genealogist Anna Hopkins-Arnold of Rootfinders Genealogy Research taught four classes at this expo: Ancestry for Experienced Users, Evernote for Genealogy, Family Search, and Finding Your Ancestors in the 1940 Census. For more information on other genealogy classes offered by Rootfinders Genealogy Research, click here.
This was the first time that Family History Expos have come to Albuquerque and I hope they will be making it a regular stop in the future.