BUILDING HISTORIES             Pamela Lyons Brinegar, CG ®
   Interpreting the Past for Posterity                                                                        
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SELECTED PRESENTATIONS  AND PUBLICATIONS


2020   "The Case of the Missing Moffetts of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts," National
           Genealogical Society Quarterly
, September, 108 (3): 195-212.

         
"Great Aunt Dora," That Southern Thing, Personal Story Publishing Project, Winston-
           Salem, North Carolina. As read by Randell Jones

2019   “New Dresses,” Silver Threads, Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning, Lexington,
 Kentucky. Memoir.

          “Who Lived and Died in Your House?” HistoryYOU Genealogy Day, Lexington Public 
 Library, Kentucky, 27 April.

“House Histories Parts One and Two,” Kentuckiana Family Research Conference, Family
 History Center, Louisville, Kentucky, 23 March.

“Amanda Lee and her Cynthiana, Kentucky House,” slide presentation posted 18 March
 on the Notable Kentucky African Americans Database website.

2018    “House Histories,” Second Saturday Symposium, Kentucky Historical Society and
 Kentucky Genealogical Society, Frankfort, Kentucky, 13 October.

“Sifted Leavings,” Silver Threads, Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning,
 
Lexington, Kentucky. Memoir.

Freedom Delayed – The Robinson Family of Lexington,” Bluegrass Roots, pp. 4-12,  
 Kentucky Genealogical Society. Summer.

          Invited researcher, KY Ancestors Town Hall (an exposition based on PBS’s Genealogy 
Roadshow), Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort.

          “Genealogy Research Online: Navigating Free Sites,” Watering Your Family Tree
  series, Lexington Public Library, Kentucky, 17 April.

          “Wayfaring Strangers: Irish to America,” Irish Homecoming, McConnell Springs Park,
 Lexington, Kentucky, 14 April.

          “FamilySearch: Your New Best Friend,” Kentuckiana Family Research Conference,
 Family History Center, Louisville, Kentucky, 17 March.

2017    The Pie Reprised,” Taste, a division of Penguin Random House, 2 November.

           “Building Our Own Irish Stories,” Eastern KY Genealogy & History Conference,
            Paintsville, Kentucky, 16 September.

          “FamilySearch: Your Next Best Friend,” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Lexington, 
 Kentucky, 24 August.

          “Appalachian Irish and the Long Eighteenth Century,” Irish Homecoming, McConnell
 Springs Park, Lexington, Kentucky, 29 April.

“FamilySearch: Your Next Best Friend,” Watering Your Family Tree series, Lexington 
 Public Library, Kentucky, 4 April; repeated 8 Apri

          “Building Credible Irish Stories,” Kentuckiana Family Research Conference, Family
 History Center, Louisville, Kentucky, 18 March.

2016    “It’s All about Eastern Kentucky Ancestors,” Watering Your Family Tree series, 
  Lexington Public Library, Kentucky, April 5.

“Building Our Own Irish Stories,” Irish Homecoming, McConnell Springs Park,
 Lexington, Kentucky, April 2.
 

“Telling Our Own Irish Stories, parts One and Two,” Second Saturday Symposium,
  Kentucky Historical Society and Kentucky Genealogical Society, Frankfort,
  Kentucky, January 9.

135 Constitution Street, Lexington, Kentucky.” House history prepared for sale of
 property.

2015    “Researching Female Ancestors,” Kentuckiana Family Research Conference, Louisville,
 Kentucky, October 10.

“Finding Your Family’s Story,” Ohavay Zion Synagogue, Lexington, Kentucky, April 19. 

“Building Irish Stories,” McConnell Springs Park, Lexington, Kentucky, April 11.

“Telling Our Own Irish Stories,” Watering Your Family Tree lecture series, Lexington
 Public Library, Lexington, Kentucky, April 9.

2014    “Researching Female Ancestors,” Eastern Kentucky Genealogy & History y Conference, 
 Louisa, Kentucky, 20 September.

“Researching Female Ancestors,” Watering Your Family Tree lecture series, Lexington
 Public Library, Kentucky, April 15.

“Building Our Own Irish Stories,” An Irish Homecoming, McConnell Springs Park,
 Lexington, Kentucky, March 22.

Notes on 509 Hill Street, Louisville, Kentucky,  House history prepared for sale of
 property.

2013    “Where O Where Can They Be? – Researching Women Part One” and Casting a Wider
           Net – Researching Women Part Two,” Second Saturday Family History Workshop, 
           Kentucky Historical Society and Kentucky Genealogical Society, May 11.

“Genealogical Standards,” part of the Watering Your Family Tree series, Lexington 
 Public Library, Kentucky. March 26.

2012    “Researching Nineteenth-Century African American Women,” NGS Magazine, National
 Genealogical Society, 38:3, July-September, pages 23-27.

“How-to-Genealogy Research,” Civil War Days, Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park, Jessamine County, Kentucky (an assigned title). September.

“Researching Nineteenth-Century African American Women,” National Genealogical 
 Society Family History Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio. May. Research funded in part
 by a
Kentucky Foundation for Women Artist Enrichment Grant.

2011    James William Vaughan and his Railroading Descendants,” Kentucky Ancestors,
 Kentucky Historical Society, 47:1, autumn, pages 4-22.

          “Genealogy 101,” luncheon address, Blue Grass Kiwanis, Lexington, Kentucky. July.

2010   “Horses and Humans,” including research on African-American jockey Isaac B.
 Murphy’s family. Part of a
Teatime for Teachers
event, The Art Museum,
 University of Kentucky, Lexington. September.

2010    Johann Nacht Family of Tuscarawas and Stark Counties, Ohio,” Ohio Genealogical
            Society
Quarterly
, 50:2, summer 2010, pages 71-87. Article mistakenly
            attributed to someone else; a correction stating that its author is Pamela Lyons
            Brinegar, CG* appeared in the Ohio Genealogical Society Quarterly, 50:4, page 178.

2009    The Search for Isaac Murphy’s Parents,” Columns, The International Society of
  Family History Writers and Editors, 21:4, December, pages 18-20. Prize winning article.

“Using Indirect Evidence to Find a Father for Leonard Lyons,” The Lyon’s tale, 60:2,  
 June.

2006    Professional and Occupational Regulation,” The Book of the States 2006. The Council
  of State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2005    Professional Licensing,” The Book of the States 2005. The Council of State
  Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

2004    Trends and Issues in State Professional Licensing,” The Book of the States 2004. The
  Council of State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

          “Governance v. Management,” opening address,  The International Conference of
 Funeral Service Examining Boards 100th annual conference, St. Louis, Missouri, April 24.

 

          “Meeting Your Mission through Your Website,” opening address, The Association of
  Executives of Funeral Service Examining Boards meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, April 23.

 

2003+  Occasional articles for The Bluegrass Historian, Lexington History Museum, Lexington, 
 Kentucky.

 

2002    Online Board Member Training program, The Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation, 
 Lexington, Kentucky, July.

2001    "Distance Learning And Quality Assurance of The Regulated Professions" in Quality 
 Assurance of Higher Education and Professional Practice in the Global Context
,

 The Center for Quality Assurance in International Education, Washington D.C..

2000    "The Mission of Stakeholder Organizations in Licensure: The Mission of the Council on  
 Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation," in The Credentialing Mission,
 Professional Examination Service, New York.

"Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century: Professional Perspective," New York State Board of Regents' Conference on the Professions, October 3.

"Let's Meet CLEAR," luncheon address, North American Cemetery Regulators Association annual conference, Lexington, Kentucky

"Distance Learning - It's Been Around Forever" The Center for Quality Assurance in International Education, annual meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 4.

"Continuing Education: Does it Protect the Public?" Midwestern regional meeting of The Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation, Branson, Missouri, March.

1999    Brinegar, Pam and Melissa McGinley, "Telepractice: Using Technology for the World," in
The foundation of globalization of higher education and the professions
,
The Center for Quality Assurance in International Education, Washington D.C.

1998   Professional Regulation across Boundaries - Telepractice," New York State Board of Regents' Conference on the Professions, October 21.

1997   Brinegar, Pam and Melissa McGinley, “Doctoring Long Distance,” State Government
News
, May, pages 8-11.

 

Brinegar, Pam and Melissa McGinley, “Legislatures Consider Telepractice,” CLEAR News,
The Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation, Lexington, Kentucky, Spring.

“Telepractice and the Regulatory Implications of National Workforce Trends,”
Preparing for 21st Century Regulation
, Santa Fe New Mexico, April 28.

         “Board Members and the Public Trust,” Keynote Presentation, The American
Association of State Counseling Boards, annual conference, Hot Springs, Arkansas, January 25.

“Welcome to CLEAR,” The American Association of State Counseling Boards annual conference, Hot Springs, Arkansas, January 24.

1996   Brinegar, Pam and Bruce Douglas, “Alternative Dispute Resolution and Professional
Licensing,” Resource Briefs 96-1, The Council on Licensure, Enforcement and
Regulation, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

1992   Brinegar, Pamela Lyons and Kara L. Schmitt, "State Occupational and Professional
Licensure," The Book of the States, Volume 29, pp. 567-580. The Council of State  
Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Nebiker, Robert; Romelfanger, Mary; Schmitt, Kara and Brinegar, Pam, Massachusetts
Division of Registration: Evaluation of the Management Structure and the Disciplinary
Process
. The Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation and The Council of
State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

1990   Occupational and Professional Regulation in the States: A Comprehensive Compilation
(ed). The National Clearinghouse on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation and
The Council of State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Berry, Frances Stokes and Brinegar, Pamela Lyons, "State Regulation of the
Occupations and Professions," The Book of the States, Volume 28. The Council of
State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

1989   The Directory of State Licensing Officials (ed). The National Clearinghouse on
Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation and The Council of State Governments,
Lexington, Kentucky.

 

1988    "The 1988 Medicare Act: States Face Higher Health Bill," State Government News,
 December. The Council of State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Berry, Frances Stokes and Brinegar, Pamela Lyons, "State Regulation of the
Occupations and Professions," The Book of the States, Volume 27, pp. 383-393.
The Council of State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

 

Scheduling Authorities Directory. The National Association of State Controlled
Substances Authorities and The Council of State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.
 

1985   Medical Malpractice: Issues and Resolutions. The Council of State Governments, Lexington, Kentucky.

https://www.uknowledge.uky.edu/kwrri_reports/48/. Water Resources Institute Research Report No. 156. Lexington, Kentucky.

1983    "Perspectives on Cultural Development in Eastern Kentucky," Practicing Anthropology
 5 (2).

 

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