2020 National Conf Cincinnati
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Crossing the Bridge to Yesterday
Palatines to America National Conference 2020
The Queen City of the West Welcomes PALAM - June 17-20, 2020 at the historic Netherland Hilton Hotel, Downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
Dr. Michael D. Lacopo, Daniel R. Jones, Dr. Don Heinrich Tolzmann, Dr. Allen Bernard, Ernest Thode, Kent Robinson, Diana Drubach, Katheen Reed, Andrew Houghtaling, and Lauren Kuntzman
Wednesday June 17 1:00pm-5:45pm Pre-Conference Workshop "Key Essentials of German Genealogy From Basics to Success." presented by Kent Robinson, at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, 800 Vine St.
.Thursday June 18 9:00am-3:30pm Bus Tour of Over-the-Rhine led by Dr. Don Heinrich Tolzmann
Thursday June 18 5:00pm Conference Registration—Salon F, Fourth Floor
Friday June 19 7:00am Conference Registration—Fourth Floor Registration Area
Friday June 19 8:30am Conference Lectures — Main speaker Daniel Jones, MS, AG
Saturday June 20 8:00am Palatines to America National Membership Meeting
Saturday June 20 9:00am Conference Lectures — Main speaker Dr. Michael D. Lacopo
Conference ends at 4:30
1. The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, the fifth largest genealogical collection in the nation.
2. The Cincinnati History Library and Archives, located in the Cincinnati Museum Center, the former Union Terminal, an art deco architectural masterpiece.
3.The National Underground Freedom Center & Museum - including the Family History Center
4. The University of Cincinnati Archives and Rare Books Library
5. The Cincinnati Police Museum
6. The Cincinnati Fire Museum
Topics of Interest
German Migration to the West - did your ancestors come through Cincinnati?
The Courthouse Burned Down - A Lot!
Beer Barons and Brewers George Remus, Cincinnati Bootlegger
How Prohibition affected German Immigrants
Photo Tour of Over the Rhine
Take me out to the Ball Game - the German Turner Movement