What I Was Reading This Week: Looking for bonds by The Legal Genealogist 4 Things To Do Before You Donate Your Genealogy by Amy Johnson Crow Copyright and the recipe by The Legal Genealogist 517 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA from Historic Wanderings 21 Valentine Days and County from Trials and Tribulations of a Self-Taught Family […]
What I Was Reading This Week: A 1779 Slave Petition finally passes in the New Hampshire Legislature, 233 years late from Nutfield Genealogy Just Go Do It. Now. from No Story Too Small Records of Rights from The National Archives Why You Can’t Do All Your Research Online from Michael J Leclerc Why Coca-Cola […]
I presented two lectures at RootsTechs 2014: Learning How To Tune Your Ancestry.com Search Putting Your Ancestors in Historical Perspective: Extracting Stories from Military Records on Ancestry.com and Fold3 If you were there and would like a copy of my slides or are interested you can find the PDF’s on my Slides and Presentations page.
What I Was Reading This Week: A Family Tapestry: A Flower-Filled Remembrance from A Family Tapestry Following Your Favorite Blogs Using Feedly from No Story Too Small Quick Tips: Source Analysis 101 from Evidence Explained Why Your Family Name Was Not Changed at Ellis Island (and One That Was) from The New York Public Library […]
What I’ve Been Reading This Week: 40 Maps They Didn’t Teach You In School Dating Family Photos from Clothing — Follow Friday from SassyJane Genealogy Ending the Poll Tax from The Legal Genealogist Searching for a Real Name from A Family Tapestry Writing Challenges and Prompts from Trials and Tribulations of a Self Taught Historian […]
OK, so this one is a little late, but better late than never. I was at SLIG last week and I took Researching the South with J Mark Lowe which was great fun and very educational! More to come on that later in the week. What You Might Have Missed It’s a Southern Thing from […]
What I’ve Been Reading This Week For the Love of Tula from A Southern Sleuth Genealogy NOW in San Luis Obispo from The Legal Genealogist Not One Thing Left To Do from A Family Tapestry A Challenge for 2014: Three Steps for Sharing Your Family History from Michael J Leclerc What Do We Know About […]