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Getting an education in Genealogy is important to learn the tools to research.
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
Evidence! by Elizabeth Shown Mills gives guidelines for documenting sources and answsers the questions about our information, "where did it come from? and who produced it?"
Genealogy Family & Friends
Tips to help stay organized with genealogy family and friends.
Genealogy for the Youth
Genealogy can be fun not only for adults but also for our youth. Family history can help the youth gain an understanding and appreciation for the ancestors and the trials they went through.
Goals are something that most of us try to do, usually at the beginning of a new year. While our goals may be something we do for our jobs, family or education, we should also consider writing separate genealogy goals. Come learn more...
Every year I am learning more about the “people” who are writing genealogical articles, speaking at conferences and developing the tools to help the everyday researcher gain those skills and tips. Come learn more about these skilled genealogists willing to give of their expertise.
Some Genealogy Humor!!!
Genealogy in the MBQ, Inside Memphis Business
A researcher once told me that you could find something genealogical and/or historical in any magazine you read. I was in a waiting room recently with time to spare and noticed a table with a variety of magazines. I decided to test out this researcher’s comment. Come learn more!
Most every Saturday night, Randy Seaver, of Genea-Musings hosts some genealogy night FUN! I am usually not at home or occupied with other things, but tonight I am going to join in the FUN! His question to blog about is “What event or person inspired you to start your genelaogy research?”
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