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Join the WWII Conversation at the World War II History Network!

About a month ago I was invited by a colleague on LinkedIn to join the community at the World War II History Network. Once I did that, I was quickly put to work as a “Staff” to help moderate the genealogy group. Getting involved in this community has been a good thing for me personally […]

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Follow Friday – An In-Depth Guide to Richmond Virginia

PRESS RELEASE An In-Depth Guide to Richmond Virginia book release announced by The In-Depth Genealogist March 30, 2014; Utica, OH: This Guide to Richmond, Virginia was created in honor of The National Genealogical Society’s 2014 Family History Conference “Virginia: The First Frontier” held May 7-10, 2014.  Within the guide, Shannon Combs-Bennett shares her familiarity with […]

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NIGS Offers New Course: Business Skills: Creating a Genealogy Business

New Course!: Business Skills: Creating a Genealogy Business The National Institute for Genealogical Studies has a new course entitled Business Skills: Creating a Genealogy Business. Written by genealogist and author Jennifer Holik , this course is for anyone who is thinking of taking their genealogy research to the next level. Creating a genealogical business requires […]

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