Posts Tagged With: ancestors

Follow Friday June 24, 2011

Do you read Marian’s Roots & Rambles blog? If not, take a peek. This is what she does in her business. Very interesting. http://rootsandrambles.blogspot.com/2011/06/what-exactly-do-i-research.html And stop by Amy’s We Tree Blog and see what she’s up to. I’d like to be where she is now. http://wetree.blogspot.com/2011/06/vacation-from-my-ancestors.html Tweet

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Motivation Monday – Get Published

I received the March 2011 issue of the Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly. This issue was filled with many articles relating in some way to the Civil War. It also included an article called Get Published in Magazines Tips for Getting Your Words in Print by Leslie Albrecht Huber. Leslie discusses how she got her […]

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Wisdom Wednesday – Protecting Heirlooms

The latest issue of Family Tree Magazine, July 2011, has so much great information in it. One article that really hit me is the Taking Care by Denise Levenick. Denise talks about protecting heirlooms which include letters, documents, photographs, and objects. She discusses many ways to protect these items for future generations and how to […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Prepare for your Research Trip

Last week I discussed John Philip Colletta’s article Hazards of Histories. This week I’d like to encourage you to read Lisa Alzo’s Research Trip Survival Kit in the Family Tree Magazine for July 2011. Lisa lists 21 essential things when preparing for a research trip. The first thing on her list is “Itinerary” which includes […]

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Illinois State Genealogical Society Newsletter

If you have Illinois roots, you might be happy to find out that the Illinois State Genealogical Society newsletter is now available to member and non-members. Take a look when you have time! Tweet

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Are you Reading?

As researchers we all get so involved in our research that sometimes we forget to read. Read what you ask? Why genealogy magazines, journals, newsletters, and blogs of course! I recently subscribed to CaseFile Clues and I was able to get prior issues. These issues have been sitting on my computer waiting to be read […]

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