Table of Contents.
1: 2001 Boston Genealogy and Local History Librarians. Making a Difference to Society in Social and Cultural Development.
2: Genealogy at the Library of Congress.
3: 2002 Glasgow Building on the Past, Investing in the Future.
4: Building on the Past, Investing in the Future Through Genealogy and Local History Services.
5: Wales to the World, the World to Wales.
6: Serving Genealogy and Local History Researchers – Experiences in the Analogical Past and a Peek into the Digital Future.
7: Digital Access to Archives – the Scottish Archive Network Project.
8: A Chinese Cultural Project: The Compilation of the General Catalogue of Chinese Genealogy.
9: 2003 Berlin. Co-operation Among Archives, Libraries and Museums.
10: The Benefits of Archives, Libraries and Museums Working Together.
11: Co-operation and Change: Archives, Libraries and Museums in the United States.
12: If We Can Do it, So Can You.
13: Library Innovation Is Hard Work: Lessons from a Norwegian Case Study.
14: 2004 Buenos Aires Resources for Immigrant History: Their Origins, Lives and Contributions.
15: European Emigration Records, 1820–1925.
16: Jewish Settlements and Genealogical Research in Argentina.
17: Holocaust Remembrance 2004 in East Renfrewshire.
18: From Europe to Misiones: Sources for the Study of Immigration.
19: 2005 Oslo Navigating the World of Our Ancestors.
20: Using Gis to Map Genealogical Data: Getting Started.
21: The English Jurisdictions Mapping Project.
22: Presenting Maps and Other Spatial Information on the Internet.
23: Library and Information Literacy for ‘Non-Traditional’/Mature Students: Some Aspects of the Irish Third-Level Experience.
24: Chinese-Canadians in Search of Immigrant Ancestors: Current and Potential Resources.
25: DNA and Genealogy.
26: Can Archivists, Librarians and Curators Join Hands to Do a Better Job?.
27: Local History World Wide: An International Internet Inventory.
Biographies of Authors.
Genealogy and Local History Section Strategic Plan 2007–2008.