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14 articles on digitizing records.
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89 Wonderful recipes of our ancestors for eggs and souffles.
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The Genealogical Proof Standard is a principle associated with information found in direct evidence as well as cases built upon multiple pieces of diverse or contradictory evidence. By following this standard, you will substantially reduce costly mistakes of connecting family … Continue reading →
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155 slideshows for US Census 1890-1930.
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Ask for documentation. Never be shy about asking for documentation from another researcher when they have shared information with you. Again, without the paper records in hand, nothing is proven. Always verify. There is never a time when you should … Continue reading →
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Presenter: Barry J. Ewell Presentation: Learn the power of an oral interview and how it can advance your genealogy research by months and years. Learn effective research methods for conducting oral interviews and how to use the knowledge gained in … Continue reading →
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Find your ancestors faster when you see your family in the times and seasons. Learn background information about a place, group or subject, including: History (of places or groups) Geography (of places) Culture (related to religious, social and ethnic groups) … Continue reading →
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Use your camera in your library, archive, or museum research. Consider using your digital camera as a tool for documenting and capturing information you find in your research.
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Instead of going to the library, traveling great distances to secure records, or waiting weeks and months to hear from correspondence, researchers can now use the Internet for much of their research. The Internet has opened the possibilities and created … Continue reading →
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Whether the source provides good, limited, or no information— write it down. Whether the source is a newspaper, journal, court record, personal interview, letter, or church record, write everything down while you still have the source in your hands. Citing … Continue reading →
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What exactly is analysis? It’s the dividing of information into its six parts: who, what, where, when, why, and how. Each of the six parts can be applied to every document or source that you acquire. To quote Sir Conan … Continue reading →
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The identity of the ancestor is more than a name. It is every known detail of a human life, which includes information about the individual, their relationships, and their origin. Begin by targeting your research location. Search for any document … Continue reading →
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His personal mission is to educate, mentor, and inspire genealogists to find answers to the questions that will guide and supercharge their research and to to make a bigger difference on the planet by sharing information to join generations.
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Founder of MyGenShare.com, visit: http://mygenshare.com/ | Author, Blogger, Speaker: Visit: Barry's Blog http://barrysblog.mygenshare.com/

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His personal mission is to educate, mentor, and inspire genealogists to find answers to the questions that will guide and supercharge their research and to to make a bigger difference on the planet by sharing information to join generations.

He has presented and shared his knowledge and experience at local, regional, and national conferences. Research interests include Eastern U.S., United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Germany, and Russia. Throughout his professional career in advertising and public relations strategy for technology companies, he has worked for companies like IBM, 3M, and Rational Software. He is author of Family Treasures: 15 Lessons, Tips, and Tricks for Discovering Your Family History. See: http://store.mygenshare.com/

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MyGenShare.com is a comprehensive digital library for genealogists. Within 30 seconds, start finding answers to your genealogy questions. Use our seven day free trial to access the digital library's million-plus indexed resources which includes articles, eBooks, ePeriodicals, historical maps, podcasts, slideshows, videos, a genealogy links directory, and genealogy search engines. Visit: http://mygenshare.com/
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