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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.
Black Sea German Research Review
I recently discovered a great website for researching ancestors that are German that resided near the Black Sea, Black Sea German Research. Come learn more about this AWESOME genealogical and historical resource!
African American Genealogy Research Publication
Michael Grant Hait, CG has released African American Genealogy Research in a laminated form. It is part of the Genealogy at a glance series. Anyone who has any dealings with African American research will find this as a “must have” for their library.
Family Histories & Pedigrees for Today's Children
The definition of a Family had changed a lot over the last few years. The creators of genealogical software are working on keeping up with the times, but are we keeping up personally? I belong to a chat that has been pondering this topic and really got me to thinking.
National Archives of Ireland
As we research our families with Irish ancestry, there are resources available to assist us. At the start of their Civil War in June 1922, almost all of their archives were destroyed by fire. Here are some resources that are available in doing your Irish Family History.
David Rencher's What? It's Not in Salt Lake City
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research was this past week in Birmingham, AL at Samford University. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot. We had a banquet and David E. Rencher, AG, CG, FIGRS, FUGA, was the Guest Speaker for the banquet. His topic was - What? It’s Not in Salt Lake City?
Free Family History Webinars
Legacy just announced upcoming FREE Webinars. Check them out and register early!
Casefile Clues for Beginners
In the past I have written about Casefile Clues written by Michael John Neill. He has found that many just getting started could benefit from the same format, but on a beginner level. He has just announced the formation of Casefile Clues for Beginners.
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