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Germanic Genealogy Society

Germanic Genealogy Society Website

Postal address:
Germanic Genealogy Society (GGS)
P. O. Box 16312
St. Paul, Minnesota 55116-0312, USA
eMail address:ggsqueries@hotmail.com


Background:
With about 900 members nationwide, GGS provides opportunities for the exchange of Germanic genealogical ideas and information.
- quarterly journal, Germanic Genealogy Journal
- newsletter, GGS Connect
- conferences featuring nationally-recognized speakers,
- quarterly meetings and classes,
- large library collection, and
- the acclaimed handbook, Germanic Genealogy: A Guide to Worldwide Sources and Migration Patterns, writen by GGS members and published by GGS

Publications:
  • Germanic Genealogy: A Guide to Worldwide Sources and Migration Patterns, by Edward R. Brandt, Mary Bellingham, Kent Cutkomp, Kermit Frye, and Patricia A. Lowe, for the Germanic Genealogy Society, St. Paul, Minnesota. 2nd Edition
    520 pages, 1997. ISBN 0-9644337-3-7
  • Die Ahnenstammkartei des Deutschen Volkes: An Introduction and Register, by Thomas Kent Edlund.
    133 pages, 1995. ISBN 0-9644337-2-9

    The GGS Library Collection
    Over 900 titles related to Germanic genealogy
    Located at Concordia University
    275 North Syndicate Street
    St. Paul, Minnesota

    For more information and a membership form, visit the Germanic Genealogy Society Website


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