John Philip Colletta, PhD, has been lecturing on genealogy nationally for 30 Years. A faculty member of IGHR and SLIG since 1995, he has also taught for Boston University’s family history program. Besides lecturing regularly at NGS and FGS conferences, Dr. Colletta has delivered several of their banquet talks and keynote addresses. He has authored many articles, two manuals (passenger arrival records and Italian research), and a narrative family history with instruction, Only a Few BONES. In 2014 the Teaching Company released Dr. Colletta’s 15-lesson course, “Discovering Your Roots,” as one of their “Great Courses” on DVD, CD and streaming. See www.genealogyjohn.com.
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IGHR Southern Tour
Have questions? IGHR/GGS will have a table at the following upcoming genealogy seminar:
Sat., 27 Oct. – Raleigh, NC, North Carolina Genealogical Society’s Fall Conference
New IGHR Scholarship
The Frazine K. Taylor African American Research Scholarship was established by Deborah A. Abbott, PhD, to honor Ms Taylor upon her retirement as coordinator of the "Researching African American Ancestors" course. For IGHR 2019, this scholarship is limited to individuals interested in enrolling in Course 10 - Building an African American Research Toolbox.
Learn more about this and other IGHR scholarships on the IGHR Scholarships page.
2019 Hotel Info Online
Reserve your room for IGHR 2019 TODAY! Details are available under the IGHR 2019 tab or click on the link to view 2019 hotel information.
IGHR 2019 Courses
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