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Scanfest is Coming!
The April 2015 Scanfest   will take place here at AnceStories this coming Sunday, April 26th, from 11 AM to 2 PM, Pacific Daylight Time.   What
is Scanfest? It's a time when geneabloggers, family historians, and
family archivists meet online here ...
The April 2015 Scanfest will take place here at AnceStories this coming Sunday, April 26th, from 11 AM to 2 PM, Pacific Daylight Time. What is Scanfest? It's a time when geneabloggers, family historians, and family archivists meet online here at this blog to chat while they scan their precious ...
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Friday Finds in Newspapers: 17 April 2015
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historic newspapers: Hidden Gems in Newspapers - I Hit the Jackpot on This Website by Diane Gould Hall at Michigan Family Trails Who Do You Think You Are? Recap with America Ferrera: Good News About Newspap...
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historic newspapers: Hidden Gems in Newspapers - I Hit the Jackpot on This Website by Diane Gould Hall at Michigan Family Trails Who Do You Think You Are? Recap with America...
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Florida - four new titles for Lauderdale County from Google News Archive Idaho - one new title from the Library of Congress Illinois - one new and one updated title from the Library of Congress Iowa - four new titles for Wayne County from Advantage-Preserva...
Florida - four new titles for Lauderdale County from Google News Archive Idaho - one new title from the Library of Congress Illinois - one new and one updated title from the Library of Congress Iowa - four new titles for Wayn...
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Friday Finds in Directories: 10 April 2015
Recently, I found the following article regarding historical directories: UK Ordnance Survey Adds Four New Products to its Open Data Portfolio by Dick Eastman in Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter - this resource would work wonderfully in tandem with add...
Recently, I found the following article regarding historical directories: UK Ordnance Survey Adds Four New Products to its Open Data Portfolio by Dick Eastman in Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter - this resource would wo...
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Tuesday's Tip: Locating Deaf Ancestors and Relatives in Other Major Record Groups
March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. During this month, I will be listing tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relatives in historical records. We've spent quite a bit of time looking ...
March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. During this month, I will be listing tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relatives in historical records. We've spent quite a bit of time looking at the three deaf siblings--John ...
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Friday Finds and Follows: 17 April 2015
Articles and posts that caught my eye: Huguenot Genealogy - Finding Protestants in Notarial Records by Anne Morddel at The French Genealogy Blog - If you have French ancestors, you should be reading this blog. For a heavily Catholic country, it's nice to kn...
Articles and posts that caught my eye: Huguenot Genealogy - Finding Protestants in Notarial Records by Anne Morddel at The French Genealogy Blog - If you have French ancestors, you should be reading this blog. For a heavily Catholic country, it's nice to know there are Protestant records to be ...
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Thursday's Tip: Resource Wrap Up for Researching Your Deaf Ancestors and Relatives
March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concluded yesterday, April 15. During this month, I have listed tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relatives in historical records. Here is a wrap up of some resources ...
March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concluded yesterday, April 15. During this month, I have listed tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relatives in historical records. Here is a wrap up of some resources to conclude our month-long ...
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Friday Finds and Follows: 10 April 2015
We've got two weeks of Finds and Follows to catch up on! Surgery went well and I'm recovering during my Spring Break, anticipating being able to return to work on time. Articles and posts that caught my eye: The Day the Earth Moved, March 27, 1964 by Terri ...
We've got two weeks of Finds and Follows to catch up on! Surgery went well and I'm recovering during my Spring Break, anticipating being able to return to work on time. Articles and posts that caught my eye: The Day the Earth Moved, March 27, 1964 by Terri Hatch Politi at Unearthing My Family ...
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Friday Finds in Newspapers: 10 April 2015
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historic newspapers: State Not Archiving Newspapers by Lauren Mills at IowaWatch Troy (New York) Irish Genealogy Society Adds Marriage Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh Newspapers 1787 – 1895 by Dick Eastma...
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historic newspapers: State Not Archiving Newspapers by Lauren Mills at IowaWatch Troy (New York) Irish Genealogy Society Adds Marriage Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh New...
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March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. During this month, I will be listing tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relatives in historical records. We've spent quite a bit of time looking at the three deaf siblings--John ...
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Tuesday's Tip: Finding Deaf Ancestors and Relatives in School for the Deaf Historical Records
Columbus, Ohio Former School For Deaf Source; Wdzinc. "Columbus Ohio Former School For Deaf." Photograph. Wikimedia Commons . Web. 28 March 2015. March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. During this month, I wil...
March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. During this month, I will be listing tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relatives in historical records. We've been following the three deaf children of my ancestors, Ezra and Cynthia ...
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Great place! I had to salvage a vehicle and called around and got quotes. Not only was the quote from Whitey's the highest I received, but they didn't deduct for towing like the other places did. I definitely would do business with them again.
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If you are looking for a good place to take your animals in Spokane, I recommend the North Division Animal Medical Center. I have a cat that seemed to be having some abdominal problems. I was looking for a new place as the last place I went to was so expensive, plus they made me feel bad that I didn't get all their latest treatments and care plans. I actually called another place first that was recommended by a neighbor, but they didn't take walk-ins and were booked for a few days. That place recommended NDAMC. I called them about 7:45 AM and got an 11:00 appointment, but was also encouraged to come in at any time to see if we could get squeezed in. After I made the appointment, I read the reviews here and felt more than a little concerned. However, I decided to go ahead with the initial exam. Dr. Sipert and his technician Chrissy were awesome, as were the front desk staff. I felt like I was treated with respect and the prices were reasonable. They also didn't pressure me to have a bunch of tests taken, but offered quotes on things in priority order. I've been to other places here in Spokane and never felt completely comfortable as a pet owner and often faced sticker shock. When I found out that nothing was urgently wrong with my cat, I decided not to go forward with the tests and take her home for further observation, and my decision was respected. I purchased the flea treatment and got some recommendations for environmental pest treatments that I could buy over the counter. Finally, when I remarked about the good service on Facebook, one of my friends told me this is where she and her parents take their pets, as well as have them boarded. She also had nothing but good to say about this clinic. I'll be returning here whenever I need care for my cats.
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