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The Digital Library on American Slavery Review
The Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research (IGHR) meets every June at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. Students meet to take genealogical courses. This past week was a great informative week and I wanted to share a database I learned about in my Researching African-American class.
Genealogy Education Review
Genealogy Education is a key part of learning how to do family research in a way to help you learn the skills needed to find your ancestors and the clues they left behind. As I researched to see what educational opportunities there were for those who wish to enhanced their skills, I was amazed to se
Memphis Courthouse Tour Review
The TN Genealogical Society went on a field trip to the Court House in Memphis, Tennessee. We had a professional tour guide, Jimmy Ogle, give us a private tour. Come learn what we discovered!
My Magnolia Memories and Musings Review
Patricia Neely-Dorsey has recently released her newest book of poetry, “My Magnolia Memories and Musings – In Poems”. I really enjoyed reading, “Reflections of a Mississippi Magnolia – A Life in Poems”, so was excited to read her newest work.
Library of Congress Research Databases
The Library of Congress has a wealth of information that can be beneficial to those doing family & historical research. Every week their collection grows with information, databases & pictures and many other great features. Here are some of the Collection Highlights showcased on the LOC website!
GeneaWebinars is a great place to find many educational genealogical Webinars. Genealogy Webinars are a wonderful way to educate our selves in many areas of family history. Come learn more!
FamilySearch Learning Resources
FamilySearch has long been known to have great genealogical data for vital records. Their digital collection has exploded, and more researchers are guided to this great resource. Their Learning Center has a great source of educational material. Come learn more!
Understanding Probate Records Review
“The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy” has a wealth of genealogical information. There were times when I would be researching wills & probate records, where I never really understood the entire value of the document because I was not educated in probate terms. Come learn more about probate.
Wholly Genes Genealogical Cruise
Summer is soon upon us, and now most of us are in the pre-planning stages of deciding our vacations. A new trend in the genealogy world is taking a genealogical cruise. Wholly Genes Cruise is a great way to combine fun, genealogy, education and networking all in one fun filled vacation!
Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy Resource
The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy by Val D. Greenwood is a great resource for all serious researchers to own or have access to. Although the 3rd edition came out in 2000, there is still a lot of great information within it’s pages that are relevant for today’s genealogist to learn from.
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