Posts Tagged With: archivist

Follow Friday – MyHeritage Blog

At the FGS 2011 conference at the beginning of the month I had the pleasure of meeting Daniel Horowitz from MyHeritage.com while taking the behind the scenes tour of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library. Daniel blogged about the tour here. I thought the tour was amazing. What interesting jobs all the archivists and librarians have. […]

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Indiana University Calumet Archives

I am pleased to announce I am now offering research services at the Indiana University Calumet Archives, in Gary, Indiana. The Calumet Archives houses a great deal of northwest Indiana material such as high school year books, community papers, individual papers, newspapers, and photographs. The Archivist, Stephen McShane, is wonderful. I visited the archives twice […]

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Ancestry.com’s Expert Connect is Gone

My friend Thomas MacEntee over at Geneabloggers suggested a couple of weeks ago that I join Ancestry.com’s Expert Connect. Well I waited because I had so many other things on my to-do list and now Ancestry has shut their Expert Connect down. If you are looking for a Chicago area, which also includes Indiana, Wisconsin, […]

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National Archives Chicago Workshops

The National Archives Chicago Branch will be offering two workshops in the late Spring. Telling Your Family Story on Saturday, May 14, 2011, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  The class fee is $10 payable at the door. Staff from How History Works, Inc., will present Telling Your Family Story providing tips and tricks to […]

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