Fall Genealogy Conference
Where CSI Meets Roots
October 3 & 4, 2014
 The Falls, 5925 Adams St., Lincoln, NE

Monthly Meeting
Tuesday August 12, 7:15 p.m.
You'll think it is Magic
Digging Through Layers of Text - The Livingstone
Spectral Imaging Project
Remember writing secret messages as a kid with invisible ink?
You won't want to miss finding out how modern light technology has made "invisible" writing on historic documents reappear like magic after being unreadable for over a 100 years!!!  Come and be amazed!!
In this program, Dr. Adrian S. Wisnicki (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) will discuss the Livingstone Spectral Imaging Project
Read more (copy & paste this into your browser) 
at:  http://livingstone.library.ucla.edu/1871diary/index.htm.
Contact Cindy Cochran or Judi Cook to check out the PBS DVD describing this project.You'll want to learn more after seeing the amazing results achieved on an 1800's document!
Eastridge Presbyterian Church
(56th St. between "A" St. and Randolph St.)
Fellowship Hall, lower level, handicap access.

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Upcoming Events
Wednesday, Jun. 25th:
until July 31st "Danish Children Growing up American"
Exhibit on Danish Immigrant Children on display in Love Library This exhibit features 50 large photos that depict different aspects of a child’s life in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. According to the exhibit brochure, Danish immigrants placed a lot of emphasis on their children, ...
Wednesday, Jul. 23rd:
"Who Do You Think You Are?" TV programs
The show returns for its second season on TLC and its fifth season overall on Wednesday, July 23 at 8:00 pm. It features stars uncovering secrets and learning their histories as they travel the world in search of their family histories. They often discover ...
Sunday, Jul. 27th:
Bring us your Questions
This Sunday is for anyone who has a question related to family history research. If you've ever considered finding out more about your ancestry, join us.  We can get you started.   If you have researched for years and are "stuck" come and someone ...
Sunday, Aug. 3rd:
Facts, Forensics and Family Trees
Facts, Forensics and Family Trees   Capt. Joy Citta from the Lincoln Police Dept  will help us develop our "Sherlock" investigation skills. She will discuss her work as an Lincoln Police Department historian. She will tell us of the importance of using both classic ...
Thursday, Aug. 7th:
First Thursday
  Discussion groups provide an opportunity for beginners and experienced genealogists to share ideas and discoveries, ask questions, learn tips from facilitators or current resources or just enjoy conversation about our common interests in genealogical discoveries and preservation.  Bob and Arlene Houser host the ...
Saturday, Aug. 9th:
Field trip to Omaha
You must contact me if you intend to go so we can communicate specific details that won't be on the website.  If you think you can go, please email me at judiology@icloud.com   If it turns out you can not go, you will be ...