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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 Abbreviations & Acronyms G-Z
Genealogy Abbreviations & Acronyms that can be useful in doing genealgoical research.
Genealogy Abbreviations & Acronyms A-F
Here are some Abbreviations & Acronyms that you might come across when doing your genealogical research.
Genealogy “Skeletons” – Should We Dig Them Up?
We all encounter "Skeletons", "dark secrets", when doing our genealogy. What should we do?
Genealogy - You Can Do It!
Motivation to get started on your family history journey.
Genealogy & Death
Death is one of those experiences that all of us will one day face. When death does occur, there are usually several forms that are filled by the closest family member or friend. These forms filled out at death can be used as genealogical documentation for our family.
Genealogical Tech Wish List
The RootsTech Conference really made me start thinking of the way Genealogy will be researched and taught in the future. Here are some of the items I am adding to my wish list that can help me in my family research.
Genealogical Societies You May Want to Join
Genealgoical Societies are a great resource to use when doing your family history. There are local, national and ethnic Genealogical Societies you may think about joining.
Genealogy societies are a great source of help in family history research. Most US states have a genealogical society. Some countries may have them also. A society will have research material focusing on their individual state, but most of them will also offer much more.
Genealogical Research in Nebraska Review
"Genealogical Research in Nebraska" written by Ruby Coleman is a wonderful resource for Nebraska researchers. Come learn more!
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