Posts Tagged With: abraham lincoln

Tuesday’s Tip – Read Haunted Springfield, Illinois

I have visited Springfield, Illinois, many times in the last twelve years, but it wasn’t until 2011 that I really toured Springfield. I visited Lincoln’s home, the national park surrounding his home, the Old State Capitol, the new Capitol building, his old law office, and various other places around town. I also spent a considerable […]

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FGS 2011 Is Less Than A Month Away!

I can’t believe FGS2011 is less than a month away! Where has the time gone? I just pulled out my many times revised sessions sheet to look over what I finally settled on attending. So here’s my final line-up. Wednesday Plenary Session But It’s My Family 21st Century Marketing Techniques for Genealogists/Genealogical Societies Engaging a […]

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Prairie Archives, Springfield, IL

This week I was in Springfield, IL, researching at the Illinois State Archives. I took a break and visited the Prairie Archives bookstore located at 522 E. Adams Street. It is on the block with the Old State Capitol. Adams does not run through that part of the block so you have to park and […]

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Follow Friday – Civil War Resource

I was reading Randy Seaver’s Genea-Musings blog this week and came across his Book Review: Life in Civil War America. I do not have any Civil War folks in my family tree but started a little research for someone who does. I think I will check this book out so I learn a few things […]

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