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Your Story To Tell
Imagine going through your grandmother’s attic and finding her mother’s journal. How exciting to read how your great grandmother lived, her thoughts, her opinions, her trials and the day to day things she jotted down.
TN Genealogical Society's Bookstore Website
The Tennessee Genealogical Society has announced their new Bookstore website. They have a wonderful collection of books featuring Tennessee research as well as areas outside of Tennessee. Come learn more!
The Marriage Certificate Review
I recently read Stephen Molyneux's mystery "The Marriage Certificate", and truly enjoyed reading it. The mystery he unravels researching the couple in the marriage certificate is a wonderfully written book leaving you wanting more, revealing a deep dark secret thought hidden in the past.
Ancestry's New Search
Ancestry.com is a database that most of use rely on everyday in our genealogical research. A couple years ago we were advised to learn their new search engine, as the older search engine was being phased out. Come learn some tips in helping you with Ancestry's new search!
Using Dragon Speech Recognition for Genealogy
Dragon is the world’s best-selling speech recognition software. It turns your talk into text and can make virtually any computer task easier and faster. Come learn how it can be used in your family history research.
Introducing Marian Pierre-Louis
Marian Pierre-Louis has two great educational podcasts,"The Genealogy Professional" and "Fieldstone Common". They are both extremely helpful and informative for those doing family history, as well as those transitioning to professional genealogists.
Association of Professional Genealogists Review
Family history can start out as a hobby, but for some of us, it can turn into a more serious venture. The Association of Professional Genealogists is a great organization with awesome resources.
Historical Truth 101
Historical Truth 101 is a preservation initiative dedicated to collecting & preserving rare & unique stories. I love history, so I am really looking forward to reading and learning from their enlightening interviews and articles.
Social Networking for Genealogists
Social Networking has become a new resource for family history researchers to use. While it use to be thought of as a teenager/young adult activity, more adults are learning and using social networks to communicate with friends and family, as well as networking for work and their genealogy.
A Face to My Name Vol I Review
Many of us would love to start our research by locating a book talking about our family and giving us great clues, such as DNA. Well, if you belong to the Gist, Guest, Guess and McNeil families, you are in luck. I recently had a chance to review "Volume I - A Face to My Name.", Come learn more!
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