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Follow Friday – Stump Craig

I met Craig Scott at FGS 2011 last week. Did you know he has a blog called Stump Craig? You should check it out. Contact him with your questions and brick walls. He will provide an answer on his blog. Tweet

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Wisdom Wednesday – The National Archives and Social Media

Did you know the National Archives and Records Administration is very active on social media outlets? You can find them on Twitter, FaceBook, FourSquare, Blogs, and YouTube. I had no idea they were that active online! David Ferriero told FGS attendees in his talk last week that NARA has roughly 11 blogs, 29 FaceBook pages, […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Get to Know Randy Seaver

Last week I attended FGS 2011 and met the great Randy Seaver of Geneamusings. Now I’ll be honest, there are several people I have met through blogging and Twitter that I consider the rock stars of genealogy and Randy is one of them. It was very exciting to meet him! Randy is a very down […]

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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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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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Thankful Thursday – RAOGK

Hit a brick wall in your family history research? Need that one record to help prove a fact? Are you searching for a particular record in another county in Illinois or area of the country but cannot get there to obtain it? Not interested in hiring a professaionl researcher to track down your document? Then […]

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