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“Writing Your Personal or Family History”

Don Norton

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Talk Abstract:
This presentation will help all of us write and preserve our own and our ancestors’ life stories.

Speaker Bio:
Don Norton is a retired professor of BYU’s Department of Linguistics and English Language. For thirty years he taught the Personal History class at BYU, as well as senior seminars in oral history. A special interest is oral histories of military veterans, notably veterans of WW II, but of other “wars” as well. He has interviewed literally hundreds of military veterans and compiled their stories. He has written books and articles and headed the Faculty Editing Service at BYU for more than 20 years. As a professional editor for 45 years, he edited several volumes in the Collected Works of Hugh Nibley series at BYU. More information about him is online at http://iris.library.uiuc.edu/~iris/expertise/expertise.htm?id=6716 .

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This presentation is part of a set of over 400 presentations on genealogy and family history produced by “UVTAGG: The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group”.
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