What I Found Interesting This WeekZombie Apocalypse 2013Grandma's Experiences Leave a Mark on Your GenesA Scary Cemetery StoryAll Hallow’s EveReading and Digesting Complex Terms: Making a flow chart for MGPHalloween’s tollHundred-Year-Old Halloween Party InvitiationsThe Scoundrels in Our Families are Often More InterestingWhen you realize that you really didn’t read that document after allGenealogy and Maps You Can't Do One... Continue Reading →
What I've been reading and writing this week. Enjoy! Philippina's Choice from The Legal Genealogist This may be why your Civil War ancestor lost an arm or leg from Poore Boys in Gray Researching Newspapers for Genealogy for Free from The Ancestor Hunt You Don't Always Have To Be There: Is That a Problem? from... Continue Reading →
I don't know if these are treasures, but these are the PDF's of the sourcing presentations I've done for Ancestry.com Citing Your Sources, Part 1 (live presentation on livestream) Citing Your Sources, Part 2 (live presentation on livestream) Happy Sourcing!
OK, I don't know if I made it seem fun, but hopefully I did explain it enough to motivate people to try! The presentation is at: Citing Your Sources Can Be Fun on livestream.
I posted a series of Search Tips specific to Ancestry.com and thought that they might be worth rehashing here. Here are my top 20 search tips: Shaky Leaves -- Ancestry.com will do searches for you Place Pages -- 30,000+ data collections organized by country, state and county. Great way to find data collections you may... Continue Reading →