About the Genealogical Events Project
Although this web site is special project within the USGenWeb, submitting your event information DOES NOT automatically make you a member of the Genealogical Events project or the USGenWeb. The USGenWeb is supporting this project as a service to any person, family, organization, society or group that wants to promote a genealogical event anywhere in the US or the entire world. Promoting genealogy is what the USGenWeb is all about! The Genealogical Events project is this web site which is managed solely by Joe Markovich. There are no other members of this project.

Click on the USGenWeb Project logo above to visit the national project site

Genealogical Event Guidelines
Just what is considered a genealogical event is a common question submitted to this web site. A genealogical event can be anything from a family reunion, a local, state, national, or international event, an opening of a new museum to the announcement of a new historical or genealogical society. The following are examples of genealogical related types of events.   
To submit your event to this web site, please include the following information in your email:

The Genealogical Events Web Site last update Mon Dec-11-2017 22:34
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Comments, suggestions, and event information are always welcome
Joe Markovich - Genealogical Events Project Coordinator
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Whiting, Indiana, the most unique city on planet earth and home of the world famous pierogi fest
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