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We are pleased to have John Philip Colletta join us to talk about Immigration Sources.

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We are pleased to have John Philip Colletta as our very first guest. Host Kory Meyerink has known Dr. Colletta for at least 15 years and personally learned much from his books and teachings. He is an outstanding genealogical speaker and educator. In addition to conducting workshops for the National Archives, he is an instructor at two of the nation's premier genealogical institutes: the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research at Samford University (Birmingham, AL) and the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy.

So, be sure to tune in to the VoiceAmerica Channel on Thursday, 8 February at 1 PM Pacific Time (4 PM Eastern).

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Source Information: Family Roots Radio, New Providence, NJ, USA: Genealogy Today LLC, 2007.

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