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Chronicling America OFFLINE This Weekend
It's getting late; too late to post my Friday Finds in Newspapers, especially since I have an early beginning to my long day tomorrow. I did want to post this notice that the Library of Congress sent out: all their websites, including Chronicling America, w...
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Friday Finds and Follows: 28 August 2015
Articles and posts that caught my eye: Jackson Axley at the Washington State Secretary of State blogs continues his series called "A Snapshot of..." which highlights each county in Washington State. An image of the county flag, a historical overview, photos...
Articles and posts that caught my eye: Jackson Axley at the Washington State Secretary of State blogs continues his series called "A Snapshot of..." which highlights each county in Washington State. An image of the county flag, a historical overview, photos, and fun facts are included in each ...
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Articles and posts that caught my eye: This week's post will be heavily geared toward Washington State Resources, mainly because of the Northwest Genealogical Conference held last week in Arlington, as well as recent articles published at the Washington Sta...
Articles and posts that caught my eye: This week's post will be heavily geared toward Washington State Resources, mainly because of the Northwest Genealogical Conference held last week in Arlington, as well as recent articles published at the Washington State Secretary of State and Washington ...
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Friday Finds in Newspapers: 21 August 2015
Recently, I found the following articles and items regarding historic newspapers: Tuesday's Tip: Use AmericanAncestors.org to Access Two Early Newspaper Collections by Randy Seaver at Genea-Musings - this is an older, but helpful, article that I meant to in...
Recently, I found the following articles and items regarding historic newspapers: Tuesday's Tip: Use AmericanAncestors.org to Access Two Early Newspaper Collections by Randy Seaver at Genea-Musings - this is an older, but he...
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Kathy Bowen and Charlotte Sullivan pose on Saturday afternoon at the Westbound Sprague Lake Rest Stop. Photographed by EWGS member John Wilson. Used with permission. Saturday and Sunday, August 1st and 2nd, members of East...
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August 2015 Scanfest Held at Google Hangouts
Today's Scanfest will be held at Google Hangouts, rather than on Blyve or the other chat platforms we've experimented with in the past. To access the Hangout go to this link  at any time today between 11 AM and 2 PM, Pacific Daylight Time. You will need to ...
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Articles and posts that caught my eye: Jackson Axley at the Washington State Secretary of State blogs continues his series called "A Snapshot of..." which highlights each county in Washington State. An image of the county flag, a historical overview, photos, and fun facts are included in each ...
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Scanfest is Coming!
The August 2015 Scanfest   will take place here at AnceStories this coming Sunday, August 30th, 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 her...
The August 2015 Scanfest will take place here at AnceStories this coming Sunday, August 30th, 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 Directories: 21 August 2015
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historical directories: 8 More Vital Record Alternatives by Lindsay Fulton at Vita Brevis - yes, you guessed it: one of the alternatives in city directories. Lindsay gives an excellent example. This Underus...
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historical directories: 8 More Vital Record Alternatives by Lindsay Fulton at Vita Brevis - yes, you guessed it: one of the alternatives in city directories. Lindsay gives a...
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That's my sister with her Mr. Wonderful. And they are going to be married next week, the day I had planned for the July Scanfest way back in December. As genealogists, we love weddings! A whole new branch to tie into the family tree; another family to research! But as the sister of the bride, ...
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