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Genealogy in the Woods 2005
Genealogical and Family History Retreat
Sky Ranch at Cave Springs -
Same Great Venue!
October 21, 22, 23, 2005

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Fredrea Gregath Cook
Gregath Publishing,
Speaker & Author
Rural Northeast Oklahoma

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Fredrea Gregath Cook attended Northeastern State Teachers College (currently Northeastern State University), Tahlequah, Oklahoma and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Miami, Oklahoma.  She is a published author of genealogical and historical material, including college level textbooks.  

Fredrea has developed and taught genealogical research and writing courses of study at colleges and universities and is one of Gregath Co.'s speakers. Her love of history has provided unique perspective in the family publishing business.  Fredrea serves as the president of Gregath Co., based in Wyandotte, Oklahoma.

Mrs. Cook is the third generation to have been involved in both genealogical and historical research, writing, teaching, lecturing, and touring, as well as the printing and publishing industry.  She is active in numerous patriotic and lineal organizations, as well as local community groups.  A small sampling of her organizational membership include the Genealogical Speakers Guild, National Genealogical Society, Association of Professional Genealogists, and the Ottawa County Genealogical Society.  For a larger listing of her memberships and activities, click here.

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The Gregath Publishing Company

Session Information:

Courthouse Burned
Now What?!?!

Genealogists are often faced with the dilemma of lost records.  This lecture will address some of these losses and methods of dealing with the challenge of acquiring necessary documentation.

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Bonus Topic!

What You Can Do For Your Library or Society?
A Guided Participation Presentation

Full group participation, with focus on what we, as individuals, can do to assist our genealogical society and/or library.  Many things can work well, to increase society membership and participation, as well as local genealogical collections and cash flow.

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