Greater Omaha Genealogical Society

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April 1 GOGS Spring Conference

Welcome to the Greater Omaha Genealogical Society!

Thank you for visiting the Greater Omaha Genealogical Society (GOGS) website as part of your genealogy adventure! Our Society is based in Omaha, Nebraska, and is dedicated to assisting genealogists of all levels in achieving their goals, no matter how much or how little is known about one's ancestors. We invite you to become a member, which has its own privileges in resources and other research helps.Our purpose is to:
Unite persons interested in the pursuit and study of genealogy and family history,
Encourage the preservation of public and private records,
Encourage the use of sound genealogical practices, and
Promote programs of education for further growth and development in these fields.
On this page we will also show announcements of events, including meetings and conferences, and others of importance to genealogists.

Support the Greater Omaha Genealogical Society!

March 26
1:30 pm
Let's Explore Genealogy - Educational Class
Cemeteries, Obituaries and Death Records

April 1
GOGS Spring Conference: German Research
Virtual Conference!  Teresa Steinkamp McMillin will speak on Researching Your German Ancestors.    Register online in the GOGS Store!

April 19
6:30 pm
GOGS Member Meeting: Using DNA to Solve Unknown Parent Cases
Presented by professional genealogist Marcie Garnett.

April 21
Nebraska State Genealogical Society Annual Conference
The theme is Preserving and Sharing Your Family History with featured speaker Tina Beaird of Tamarack Genealogy.

April 23
1:30 pm
Let's Explore Genealogy - Educational Class
Downtown Omaha in 1914 looking eastward from North 30th and Farnam Street