Posts Tagged With: chicago genealogist

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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An Italian Project – Studying Those From Ricigliano, Italy

Disclaimer: I was given permission by one of my client’s to discuss his project and surnames in an attempt to bring more family members into the project and learn new information. I am researching several families in Chicago, from the town of Ricigliano, Italy. This project began last summer, in 2011 and will continue into […]

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Are You Writing It Down?

I have gone through a lot of transition the last few months in my personal life and my business has picked up considerably. All of this change has been good. There have been some stressful moments with the personal stuff but I made sure I took some time to write it down in my journal. […]

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