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Conquering the Paper Monster Released
Elyse Doerflinger – author of the popular e-book Conquering The Paper Monster Once and For All - has released a video recording of the Conquering The Paper Monster Lecture. Elyse has presented this lecture at various genealogy societies and has finally recorded it for the entire world to see!
College for the Genealogist
Many of us are writing our Genea-lists out for the upcoming year. Educational opportunities will be somewhere on that list for most of us. I want to suggest a genealogy educational idea to add to your list.
Civil War Pensions
Do you think you might have Civil War veterans in your family tree? If you are not sure, read on for some tips on verifying Civil War military service.
Civil War Medicine Links
War is not a pretty place, and when you are sick, it is even uglier. During the Civil War, the care of our soldiers was not always met in the best or sanitary conditions. But, the doctors did the best they could with what they had. Here are some links to help you learn more.
Civil War Genealogy Information
In the last few years the Civil War has become a very popular research topic for genealogists. Here is a listing of some of the things you can find online.
Civil War - GAR
Derek Davey, Guest Author, writes about the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) in the Civil War.
City directories are a wonderful resource that some researchers do not take advantage of. Not all directories are the same, but they all have some basic information. Come learn more!
Cite Sources As You Research
Finding our ancestors is more than a hobby to a lot of family researchers. A lot of us take it very seriously and want to trace our families as far back as we can, but at the same time as accurately as we can. Are we citing our sources for ourselves and others as we research?
Christine Rose, CG, CGL, FASG is one of my favorite genealogists to listen to as she lectures. Her sense of humor shines through and she is NEVER boring. Her lecture on court houses has helped me as I visit the MS and TN courts. Come learn why she is this weeks Genealogy Great!
Choosing & Using Genealogy Software
This week I attended a lecture at the TN Genealogical Society. Deborah Atchley was the speaker for the topic, Choosing & Using Genealogy Software. I wanted to share some of her links with you. All of the software has great attributes, you have to decide which one works best for you.
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