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Research Logs and To-Do Lists
This month at the Special Interest Group Meeting for both Roots Magic and Family Tree Maker the discussion started with Research Logs and
To-Do Lists. The difference between To-Do Lists and Research Logs is that a To-Do list is a simple list of things you ne...
This month at the Special Interest Group Meeting for both Roots Magic and Family Tree Maker the discussion started with Research Logs and To-Do Lists. The different between To-Do Lists and Research Logs is that a To-Do lis...
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Genealogy Websites
If you are like me, you find that you tend to use the same websites for your genealogy research. I received an email from one of our Society members who too, shares my downfall when researching. She stated that she welcomes ideas about different sites or re...
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Thursday's Treasure - More Treasures from the Archives
by Laurie Scheeler 2nd Vice President

Keyes & Hentz families

On my latest “library” treasure hunt I came across a great collection featuring the Keyes and Hentz families. Unfortunately we found no information about who donated the material or who ...
by Laurie Scheeler 2nd Vice President Keyes & Hentz families On my latest “library” treasure hunt I came across a great collection featuring the Keyes and Hentz families. Unfortunately we found no information about...
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NEW SET OF MAYFLOWER “SILVER” BOOKS donated to the Lake Havasu Genealogical Society

The Lake Havasu Genealogical Society Library accepts a new set of Mayflower Families Through Five Generations volumes, better known as the “silver books,” from the Arizona Mayflower Society. 

Mayflower Society Member, H Allen Nash their new Library Liaison,...
The Lake Havasu Genealogical Society Library accepts a new set of Mayflower Families Through Five Generations volumes, better known as the “silver books,” from the Arizona Mayflower Society.  Mayflower Society Member, H Allen...
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Saturday Sharing - Fraternal Organizations
This month, the Society’s program was on Fraternal Organizations. Since I had volunteered to do the program, I decided to approach the subject as a researcher. How would I know if my ancestor was a member of a fraternal organization? One way would be by the...
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Sharing Saturday - Disenberg Bible PART 3
The fifth and final bible page that I am covering for the Dusinberg Bible was written on the back side of a page.
The entries are as follows: ...
The fifth and final bible page that I am covering for the Dusinberg Bible was written on the back side of a page. The entries are as follows: Christina Law died Oct 15, 1869 age 58 yrs 10 mo 2 da. James Law Sr died Mar 8th...
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Creating an Ancestry.com Tree
This week I had the pleasure to help another society member create her first tree on Ancestry.com. She was adopted and wanted to do a tree on her biological mother's family, since she doesn't know the name of her father, yet! Anyway, I don't use Ancestry as...
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Social Media Advice
I just read a blog as part of LinkedIn that is titled “ 7 Worst Advices We Ever Heard About Social Media ” and it struck a chord with me. First of all, I agree that Social media accounts can be a wonderful thing because this is a way your society can stay c...
I just read a blog as part of LinkedIn that is titled “7 Worst Advices We Ever Heard About Social Media” and it struck a chord with me. First of all, I agree that Social media accounts can be a wonderful thing because this ...
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Online Learning
Even the most experienced researchers need to continue their learning. We might be strong in one area and weak in another or perhaps we just want a refresher or a different perspective on a research topic. Whatever the reason, we can always find online lear...
Even the most experienced researchers need to continue their learning. We might be strong in one area and weak in another or perhaps we just want a refresher or a different perspective on a research topic. Whatever the reason...
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Saturday Sharing – Digital Copies
Have you every wished you could find that article you read in Family
Tree Magazine, but can’t remember what issue it was in? Do you have stacks of
old magazines that are taking up valuable space in your home? The Genealogical
Library now has back issues of ...
Have you every wished you could find that article you read in Family Tree Magazine, but can’t remember what issue it was in? Do you have stacks of old magazines that are taking up valuable space in your home? The Genealogical...
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Saturday Sharing - Using Facebook for Genealogy
This month’s Share Session at the Genealogy Library talked about how to use Facebook for Genealogy. A lot of members had stated that they
don’t use Facebook and they don’t need to know what someone has for their lunch or breakfast. Other’s had mention that ...
This month’s Share Session at the Genealogy Library talked about how to use Facebook for Genealogy. A lot of members had stated that they don’t use Facebook and they don’t need to know what someone has for their lunch or brea...
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Sharing Saturday - Disenberg Bible PART 2
The third bible page that I am covering for the Dusinberg Bible is titled Marriages. However, one column was crossed out and re-titled as Births and the entries are as follows:     
The third bible page that I am covering for the Dusinberg Bible is titled Marriages. However, one column was crossed out and re-titled as Births and the entries are as follows: Column 1: ·        Emma V Dusinberg married ...
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Mailing: PO Box 953 Lake Havasu City, AZ 86405-0953 Physical: Shambles Village, Suite 17 2126 N McCulloch Blvd, LHC, AZ
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Welcome to the Lake Havasu Genealogical Society's Google+ page.  The LHGS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to collecting and preserving genealogical and historical data.  Our objective is to encourage and assist others in gathering ancestral information.  The library is open to the public free of charge.  If you are in the Colorado River area, we hope you visit often.  The LHGS is operated solely by volunteer help.  All donations are gratefully accepted.