Monthly Archives: July 2011

Follow Friday – July 29, 2011

Good morning! Sunday I drove from Chicago to Jefferson City, MO, to do some work for a client for a few days. I spent Sunday at the Jefferson City Public Library. They have a small local history/genealogy section. Monday was spent at the Missouri State Archives. If you have any Missouri research, this is the […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Read the NGS Magazine

I spent last week catching up on some of my genealogy magazines and journals. I read the latest National Genealogical Society Magazine (April – June 2011). There were a few very good articles in there that seemed to provide a few bits of information on a few projects I have going right now. Proving of […]

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Wisdom Wednesday – Casefile Clues

Michael John Neill is a genealogical researcher in Illinois with over 25 years of experience. He is also the author of Casefile Clues and Casefile Clues for Beginners. Casefile Clues is a newsletter focused on real life genealogy and the documents and methodology used to solve a genealogical problem. Casefile Clues provide researchers with citations, […]

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Motivation Monday – Genealogy Education

This weekend I read several posts by Michael Hait regarding his recent achievement of genealogical certification. I wrote about it on my Family History Research Blog.  His post made me think a lot about my education to this point and my future goals. Currently I am more than half finished with the ProGen Study Group. […]

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Thankful Thursday – Lots Of Work To Do

Things are getting busy at Generations! Lots of exciting work and new articles to write and submit. I am also finishing a house history and hope to work on more of those. Before the month ends I will be researching at the Missouri State Archives in Jefferson City, Missouri. I prepared a long list of […]

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Follow Friday – July 8, 2011

These are a few great blog posts I stumbled upon in the last couple of weeks. What do you think of them? FGS Conference Blog: See the Sites: Museums in Springfield Open Forum: 6 Rules for a Beautiful PowerPoint Not really genealogy related per se, but useful if you are creating PowerPoints for lectures. Enjoy! […]

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