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Presentation Slides from Midwestern Roots

I had a great time at Midwestern Roots 2014 in Indianapolis this past weekend!  Lots of enthusiastic and energetic researchers. :-) I’ve uploaded my presentation slides from my 4 presentations at Midwestern Roots.  Check out the Slides and Presentations Page for the PDF’s of those presentations. Also, I mentioned that my blog post Ask Ancestry … Continue reading

Between The Leaves: A Google Hangout from Ancestry.com

We’ve start a new series on Ancestry.com called Between the Leaves.  It’s a genealogy chat show for some of the genealogist who work at Ancestry.com: Myself, Juliana Szucs Smith, Amy Johnson Crow and Crista Cowan.  The first episode was a lot of fun to film and I can’t wait to do the next one! Enjoy!

Slides from RootsTech Presentations –Motivation Monday

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.

March is Women’s History Month. Sorting Saturday.

March is Women’s History Month!  Over on my Ask Ancestry Anne column at Ancestry.com, I’m running through The Accidental Genealogist’s blog prompts for the month, so check in with me there if you want to play along. Here is something fun from my friends over at Archives.com for Women’s History Month.  I dare you not … Continue reading

Follow Friday: Biplanes, Brickwalls, and Blogs

Haven’t done one of these in awhile, but lots of good blog posts out there.  Here are a few you don’t want to miss: Updates to the StLGS Website, from the StLGS News Flash Unhiding The Past: Gay and Lesiban Ancestors from Destination: Austin Family How Do You Pronounce “Ye”? from Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter … Continue reading