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My Thoughts on Genealogy Societies & Blogs

There was a post last week by a genealogist who stirred up a lot of discussion on the blogs about the paradigm shift in genealogy and the blogger’s role in this shift. Marian Pierre-Louis wrote a two part follow-up to this post. You can read Part I here and Part II here. Be sure to […]

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To Soar With The Tigers, A Great Holiday Gift

Are you looking for a great holiday gift this year? Check out my book, To Soar with the Tigers, about Flying Tiger Robert R. Brouk. The book contains family information, his complete war diary, the story of his life after discharge from the AVG and death. Robert mentions many of his 3rd Squadron comrades in […]

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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 – Northern Illinois Library Systems Merge

I recently read an article about the merging of the Northern Illinois Library Systems.  Due to budget cuts in the state of Illinois, the five Northern Illinois systems will merge as of July 1, 2011 to form RAILS – Reaching Across Illinois Library System. This system is supposed to help with the transfer of books […]

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To Soar with the Tigers Available in Paperback

My book, To Soar with the Tigers, is now for sale as a signed paperback copy. To order, select hardcover or paperback from the drop down menu. Copies will be available to ship at the end of April.

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Do you Read CaseFile Clues?

I wrote a post a few weeks ago about CaseFile Clues and my thoughts on it.  I also subscribed to the series. This weekend Michael John Neill extended his offer for Brick Walls A-Z so I took advantage and emailed asking for a copy. This issue of CaseFile Clues is fantastic for researchers of all […]

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