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SCGS Genealogy Jamboree - June 2 through 5, 2016

Genetic Genealogy 2016
"The Future of the Past: Genetic
Genealogy 2016
"

Thursday June 2, 2016
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Advanced Reservations Taken Through 22 May

Featured Guest Luncheon Speaker
Michael F. Hammer, PhD.
"The Peopling of Europe"

Approximately 12,000 years ago most of Europe was covered with ice so humans were forced into refugia in the southern areas. Ancient DNA findings are giving surprising clues to human migrations that led to the re-population of Europe.

Dr. Michael Hammer, PhD, the first geneticist to set up a commercial genetics lab for public testing of DNA for genealogical urposes in the United States. He is a research scientist in the ARL Division of Biotechnology at the University of Arizona with appointments in the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, as well as the Director of the University of Arizona Genetics Core (UAGC) facility.

47th Southern California
Genealogy Jamboree

"Giving to the Future by
Preserving the Past
"
Friday - Sunday: June 3-5, 2016

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Advanced Reservations Taken Through 22 May



Over 140 sessions by more than 70 outstanding speakers, plus JamboFREE sessions Friday
FREE Exhibit Hall throughout the weekend with Genealogical Societies, Exhibitors and vendors
Session tracks with experts on African American and Germanic / Eastern European / Jewish expertise

JamboFREE: Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. includes
Librarian's BootCamp
Beginning Genealogy - First Steps
DNA Round Tables
Genealogy World Round Tables
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