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Mastering Online Genealogy Review
Mastering Online Genealogy written by W. Daniel Quillen is a great little book packed full of helpful tips in doing online family research. It covers the use of computers and the Internet to successfully do your own genealogical research.
Tennessee State Library & Archives Website Review
I recently attended a seminar on the TN State Library & Archives given by Chuck Sherrill. I did not realize until this lecture how many resources it provides. Here are a few of their collections you can take advantage of!
Cordova Museum Review
The Cordova Museum is in Cordova, Shelby County, Tennessee. The curator for this awesome museum is Darlene Hooker Sawyer. I recently had the privilege of touring this facility and was amazed at the historical contents this museum has to offer.
AfriGeneas Records Database Review
AfriGeneas is the largest African American genealogical database. Come see what their Records sections has!
The Taylor's Civil War Book Review
started reading "The Taylor's Civil War" by Lowell F. Volk and had a hard time putting the book down. The Taylor family captured my interest from the very beginning. The background of the story is the Civil War, but there is much more to this story than the War.
Revolutionary War Genealogy Research Review
Genealogical Publishing Company has put out some wonderful publications called Genealogy at a Glance. Genealogy at a Glance has put out some wonderful laminated research material. Revolutionary War Genealogy Research by Craig R. Scott, CG is one that I have found quite helpful in my research.
School Sales to Stock Genealogy Items
School is starting up again. The stores are having their “Back to School” specials, and students are not the only ones taking advantage of these savings.
True Miracles with Genealogy Review
True Miracles with Genealogy, Help From Beyond the Veil was written by Anne Bradshaw. It is a touching book that is a collection of short stories about people feeling inspired from their ancestors (or those they are researching) from beyond the veil. Come learn more about this touching book.
Washington's Flying Camp Book Review
”Villainy and Maddness”, Washington’s Flying Camp is an exciting riveting new book written by Richard Lee Baker about a group formed during the American Revolution. I really enjoyed learning about this and wanted to share it with you.
Visiting Your Ancestral Town Review
Carolyn Schott wrote the book Visiting Your Ancestral Town. These series are “created especially for the action-oriented person who wants to try something new and wants to find out about it now.” It is a wonderfully written book designed to help someone as they make plans to travel.
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