RootsTech Announces Keynote Speakers for Conference

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RootsTech announced some of the keynote speakers for its family history conference in February.

Deseret News reports that the RootsTech conference will welcome Pulitzer Prize-winning author Doris Kearns Goodwin, New York Times best-selling author Bruce Feiler, award-winning journalist Paula Williams Madison, and Stephen Rockwood, president and CEO of FamilySearch International as some of the keynote speakers. 

The RootsTech Conference, hosted by FamilySearch, is the largest family history event in the world. It will take place February 3-5, 2016, in Salt Lake City. The conference offers more than 200 classes to help individuals learn more about how to record their own history as well as discover the history of their ancestors.

Those who wish to attend can register for a one-day pass, or a variety of packages, at rootstech2016.com. RootsTech will also offer a Family Discovery Day, free of charge, for ages eight and up. 

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