Posts Tagged With: chicago genealogist

Writing Wednesday – Book Review “When Books Went To War”

I suspect I’m like many people with a stack of books 10 feet high next to their beds or on their desks. Currently I am reading four books which I do intend to finish and review on my blog in the next couple of months. I worked so much in the fall completing client books […]

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Remembering Soldier James Privoznik and The Battle of the Bulge

According to the Individual Deceased Personnel File for Pfc. James Privoznik was killed 70 years ago today during the Battle of the Bulge. I of course never knew James but have felt a special connection to him, particularly as I researched and wrote his story for my book “Stories of the Lost” last year and […]

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New Course: Creating Genealogy Programs for Adults & the Younger Generation

The National Institute for Genealogical Studies has a new course, Creating Genealogy Programs for Adults & the Younger Generation. This excellent course was written by Jennifer Holik who has authored a number of books about developing genealogy programs for children and societies/libraries. The first course start date is Monday, March 4, 2013 and will be […]

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