June 6, 2016
Monday, 6:00 pm OGS General Meeting

"Native American Genealogy and Research"

Speaker: Rick Fogarty,
Professional Genealogist

Rick Fogarty is a professional genealogical researcher in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He is a third-generation genealogist with deep Oklahoma roots and a citizen of the Muscogee Creek Nation. He is a life member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and specializes in Native American, adoption and forensic genealogical research. He has attended the Boston University program in Forensic Genealogy, the Forensic Genealogy Institute of the Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy, the Institute for Genetic Genealogy 2014 of the International Society of Genetic Genealogists, and the Professional Management Conference of the Association of Professional Genealogists. He is also a member of the National Genealogical Society and the International Society of Genetic Genealogy.

Meetings start at 6:00 PM in the Chesapeake Room of the Oklahoma History Center,
800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive, Oklahoma City (across from the State Capitol).

Monthly programs are free for all members of the Oklahoma Genealogical Society.
Non-members are welcome, but are charged $5 to attend each program. We invite you to join!

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Directions to the Oklahoma History Center located at the northeast corner of the state capitol complex at N.E. 23rd and N. Lincoln Blvd.

From N.E. 23rd Street:

Turn north from 23rd Street at the first street east of the capitol.


From North Lincoln Boulevard:

Turn east at the stop light at N.E. 28th and Lincoln, then south on Lindsay to the Oklahoma History Center parking lot.

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