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Having Fun with Genealogy
Genealogy is a passion for many of us. Many of us also do arts and crafts. What could be more fun than to try and combine the two passions!
Heritage Makers Review
Heritage Makers is an online program to help you preserve & celebrate your family stories and heritage. They believe in the concept of celebrating “stories” to help bring family closer together. Come learn more..
Historic Pathways Review
This week Elizabeth Shown Mills launched her new website, Historic Pathways! Visit this website and take advantage of its educational opportunities.
Historical Truth 101 Review
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.
Welcome to Bellaonline Genealogical Site. This site contains Genealogy articles, tips and humour.
How Genealogical Societies Can Collaborate
The Carnival of Genealogical Societies, 2nd edition has listed a wonderful topic. It is “Does your society collaborate with other societies (genealogical, historical, lineage, etc.) Or groups? (Local library, family history center) Why or why not? What works or needs improvement?”
How To Get Kids Interested In Genealogy
Since my 7 year old little cousin moved in to my apartment building, I've been trying to get her interested in genealogy. I want her to someday have the same passion for genealogy as I do. I started brainstorming strategies on getting her interested in genealogy and here is what I came up with.
I Can’t Find the Record
There may be times you have trouble locating a document, record, census or family. There are several reasons why this might occur, and knowing what they may be might help you locate the records.
Indentured servants was the first type of slavery in Colonial America. Religion, politics and convicts became indentured servants to come to a new land and seek freedom.
Here are some facts and genealogy links to help you in your family history research in Indiana.
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