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Hiding the Past Review
I recently joined a chat, when one of the members, Nathan Dylan Goodwin, writer, got my attention. He has released a book called “Hiding the Past–A Genealogical Crime Mystery”. There are not a lot of novels that have a genealogical background, also having the genealogy twist added to it!
ISFHWE Excellence in Writing Competition
The International Society of Family History Writers & Editors (ISFHWE) are currently taking submissions for their “Excellence in Writing” contest. This is a wonderful way for you to take that information you learned about your ancestor and write about it. Then, submit to the ISFHWE contest.
New Release of Online State Resources
Michael Hait, CG has just released version 3 of his eBook, “Online State Resources for Genealogy”. Michael writes, “This new edition verifies and updates all of the links from the previous editions, & adds almost 200 new repositories, for a total of over 600 repositories/agencies & over 9000 links.
Gift Ideas for Genealogists
A family history gift is a special way to tell someone how much you care for them. Sometimes finding that unique gift is hard to do. There are gifts you can get for the “genealogy addict” that will make them smile. Come learn more!
The Irish Are Coming! Ulster Historical Foundation
The Irish are Coming!” is the call you hear these days from Carla Maitland, PR Director and newly elected 2014 VP of the Tennessee Genealogical Society. The Ulsster Historical Foundation is coming to Tennessee - come learn more!
Hack Genealogy Review
There is a new genealogy website I want to share with you, Hack Genealogy. On their website we read, “Hack Genealogy is about “re-purposing today’s technology for tomorrow’s genealogy” and a little bit more. Come learn more about this great new website!
I Can’t Find the Record
There may be times you have trouble locating a document, record, census or family. There are several reasons why this might occur, and knowing what they may be might help you locate the records.
CAFG Forensic Genealogy Institute
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy announces the 2014 Forensic Genealogy Institute is now open for registration. Come learn more!
Proving John Smith
During our research some come across very common names such John Smith. When you are starting a research project, it is important to start with the “known” & work your way through your ancestors, documenting as you go. Please read and see if you can help solve this John Smith case.
Pedigrees and Family Group Sheets
With the shows like “WDYTYA” and “Genealogy Roadshow", more people are starting to show an interest in discovering their ancestry. There are many resources out there, but I believe we still need to start probably where our grandmother’s did all those years ago – the pedigree & family group sheets.
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