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Genealogy Advice for Future Generations
Amy Coffin of the "We Tree Genealogy Blog" has yet another successful series on her hands: 52 Weeks of Personal Genealogy & History. This week’s challenge is to offer future generations some advice. Come read my advice, then share yours in the forum!
Genealogy and Reunions
The holiday season is over, it is time to start preparing and thinking about getting ready for your Family Reunion. Whether you are in charge of the event or just a family member in attendance, there are genealogical steps you can take in order to take full advantage of the family all in one place.
Genealogy and YouTube
There are many different ways to learn and research your family and develop good genealogical skills. I have been viewing videos on Youtube; I did some keywords that had to do with Genealogy. This will give you some ideas of videos on YouTube you can go and watch from the comfort of your own home.
Many of us are on the go and take our iPhones and iPads with us. There are some great apps you can download to take your family history with you. There are many apps available now, some free and some for a fee. Here are some I found, in no particular order, that you might like to try out.
Genealogy at a glance Research Tool
The Genealogy at a glance collection has developed some wonderful tools to assist us in our research. I have written about a couple of them in the past. Come learn more.
Genealogy Basics in 30 Mintues
Genealogy Basics in 30 Minutes written by Shannon Combs-Bennett was recently released. This is a quick guide to creating a family tree, building connections with relatives, and discovering the stories of your ancestors. Come learn more!
Genealogy Books For Your Home Library
Genealogy books and research guides are an important addition to any genealogist’s home library. When someone is starting to purchase genealogy books, it is overwhelming how much material on genealogy related topics there are. Here are some books that I recommend! I refer to them often!
Genealogy County Sites
To inform readers what is available through the County´s genealogy sites. Each county shows vital record information that pertains to their individual county.
Genealogical databases are wonderful tools that we can use online. I recently started collecting really useful databases from all over the United States, and some from other countries. Come learn more!
Genealogy DNA Sources
DNA and Genealogy is a topic that many are gaining an interest in. I am learning right along side my readers. I recently attended a seminar and Genealogy & DNA was one of our topics. Here is a portion of what I learned.
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