Posts Tagged With: family history

Branching Out: Genealogy for Adults Lessons 1-30

My latest book, Branching Out: Genealogy for Adults Lessons 1-30 is now available on the Nook and Kindle. The paperback version in in proof stage and will be released by NGS on May 9. You will be able to purchase it on CreateSpace when it is released. At this time I am not sure if […]

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Generations Publishes Kids’ Genealogy Textbooks

Generations publishes six new genealogy textbooks for kids. Parents, teachers, and genealogical societies looking for a how-to genealogy textbook for elementary through high school-aged students need to look no further. In Branching Out, a new series available from Generations, author and professional genealogist Jennifer Holik provides parents and educators with the tools they need to […]

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Follow Friday – Launching Kids Genealogy Lessons

I am working with a two companies, On the Beaton Path and Base Zero Productions, to build a brand new website which will hopefully launch by April 1. When the website launches I will have a way to easily collect email addresses for the new newsletter I will be launching by June. By April 1 […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Read Winter Garden

I read a book recently called Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah. It is about a family of four, mother, father, two daughters, and the distance between them. The mother, Anya, tells stores of the Winter Garden and a peasant girl and her handsome prince, to her daughters as they grow up. Other than the stories […]

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Motivation Monday – 2012 Genealogy Goals

I think 2012 is going to be a fabulous year. A lot has happened since I wrote my 2011 goals so I believe 2012 is going to be a year of major changes. Here are my goals. Launch my redesigned website with the help of On The Beaton Path and Base Zero Productions. Publish two […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Build a Family Health History

October is Family History Month and articles are popping up everywhere about activities for the month. You can build a family tree, create a scrapbook, make a family cookbook, contact long lost relatives, write your family’s story, and those are just a few of the suggestions floating around. Looking through the Prevention magazine this weekend […]

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