Posts Tagged With: family history

Follow Friday – An In-Depth Guide to Richmond Virginia

PRESS RELEASE An In-Depth Guide to Richmond Virginia book release announced by The In-Depth Genealogist March 30, 2014; Utica, OH: This Guide to Richmond, Virginia was created in honor of The National Genealogical Society’s 2014 Family History Conference “Virginia: The First Frontier” held May 7-10, 2014.  Within the guide, Shannon Combs-Bennett shares her familiarity with […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Read “Finding Your Roots”

There are many beginning genealogy books available today. So which ones are the best? That all depends on what you are looking for. I received a review copy of Janice Schultz’s Finding Your Roots and would like to share my thoughts about the book. The book is laid out similarly to other beginning genealogy books. […]

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Military Monday – “Can Do!” The Story of the Seabees

Ever wonder how the U.S. accomplished everything during World War II to win the war? It took good old American pride, courage, determination, strength, and plenty of ingenuity! We have all heard the story of the infantrymen, the pilots, and the Marines who fought the war. But have you heard the story of those men […]

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