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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!
1940 Census Indexing
April 12, 2012 the 1940 census will be released to the public. While the previous census 1790-1930 are indexed, where we can just put in a name and received results, the 1940 census will only be browseable upon its release. FamilySearch is requesting the public’s help in indexing. Come learn more!
52 Weeks To Better Genealogy - Volunteer Potential
52 Weeks To Better Genealogy posted their Challenge #46 on Volunteering. Here is their challenge: Assess your volunteer potential.
A Civil War Halloween Costume
Halloween is right around the corner. While thinking of the Civil War might bring soldier uniforms to mind, there were of course women in the Civil War era too. They have gorgeous dresses, too!
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!
A Journal's Place in Family History
A journal’s place in family history can be very influential.
Adaptec VideOh! USB 2.0 DVD Video Converter Kit
If you´re trying to get your VHS tapes into your computer so that you can put the videos onto DVD, this is exactly what you need.
African American Genealogy
African American Genealogy can bring challenges with it. Here is how to begin on a good foundation and continue in a smooth journey.
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.
African American Military Research Sources
Here are some African American research sources that I think will be helpful in your research of your military ancestors. African Americans participated in every war that the United States engaged in.
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