We don't always have hours of uninterrupted genealogy time. But even when you have just a spare 15 minutes, you can still do some family history tasks. Here are my 5 suggestions. #genealogy#familyhistory
Do you know what your Civil War ancestor looked like? If you didn't inherit a photo, there are 4 sources you should check out that might have his physical description. #genealogy#familyhistory#civilwar
When you find a tombstone or death record that doesn't list the birth date but does list the exact age at death, don't panic. It isn't as hard as you might think to calculate that birth date. #genealogy#familyhistory
Thrilled that my session "Best Websites and Apps for Local History" was chosen to be streamed at #RootsTech! You can watch on the site for free on Thursday, Feb 4 at 4:30MT. Here's the full schedule of streamed sessions. #genealogy
In this episode of Genealogy Weekly, we covered a resource for Masons in Michigan, two resources for the Carlisle Indian School, and a database for the Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Orphans Home. Links and show notes are below the video. … Continue reading →
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Amy Johnson Crow
Genealogist, web developer, and MLIS. I love making genealogy resources available to people.
Kent State University
Masters of Library and Information Science, 2009 - 2011