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Vacation Particular Reward Packages from NGS

Time is operating out to order holiday special packages from the Nationwide Genealogical Society for your loved ones and associates. When you place your order earlier than midday on 23 December, we are going to guarantee that your present recipient shall be notified of your current earlier than 24 December. 

All orders positioned from midday on 23 December by means of 3 January shall be processed on Monday, 4 January. Nice financial savings on our vacation particular present packages finish 5 January 2021.

These packages function a few of our hottest family tree programs. They’re superb items for anybody in your vacation present listing who’s fascinated by studying extra about household historical past analysis as a result of all the programs are on-line utilizing an e-learning system. Whether or not you buy a bundle for a member of the family, a good friend, and even for your self, the recipients of your items can be a part of from dwelling or on-the-go and full coursework at their very own tempo and on their very own schedule.

Vacation Bundle #1: Save $30

Holiday Package #1 presents two on-line programs: Reading Old Handwriting and Transcribing, Extracting, and Abstracting Genealogical Documents.

Vacation Bundle #2: Save $25

Holiday Package #2 consists of the War of 1812 Records course and Researching Your Revolutionary War Ancestors course.

Vacation Bundle #3: Save $25

Holiday Package #3 combines a DNA associated on-line course and a video of a live-presentation lecture webinar. This bundle consists of the course Understanding and Using DNA Test Results and the lecture, “Your Cousins Are Your Secret Weapon,” by genetic family tree knowledgeable Angie Bush, plus a four-page syllabus.

All on-line programs have to be accomplished inside six months of registration; nonetheless, an extension could also be requested. To study extra, go to NGS. For extra details about particular programs, see NGS Continuing Genealogical Studies.