Posts Tagged With: Italians in Chicago

I’m Taking The Family History Writing Challenge

In my quest to create a genealogy department at Casa Italia and provide resources for researchers and writers, I decided to participate in the Armchair Genealogist’s Family History Writing Challenge for February. I attempt to write daily but it doesn’t always happen and I have a book about my military ancestors to finish among many […]

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Writing Legacy QuickGuides

I have been a busy bee writing, writing, writing! Just what have I been writing? Well Legacy QuickGuides® for one. Three are now on sale with more coming soon! Check out: Genealogy for Children in PDF or QuickGuide Card Land and Property Records in PDF or QuickGuide Card World War I and World War II […]

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Generations Collaborates with Casa Italia Chicago

Casa Italia Chicago Creates Genealogy Department Chicago, Illinois – January 4, 2013: Jennifer Holik of Generations collaborates with staff at Casa Italia Chicago to create a new genealogy department. The mission of the Genealogy Department is to collect, catalogue and preserve vital records, documents, published materials, artifacts, and stories pertaining to the family history of […]

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Generations and Sort Your Story Collaborate

Generations collaborated with Sort Your Story this year to write a couple of companion guides for the Sort Your Story software. Have you seen the software? It is a genealogical organization software. Very user-friendly and a great option for kids just started out in genealogy. The Sort Your Story Companion Guides in conjunction with my […]

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Those Places Thursday – Follow the Paper Trail Along Chicago Streets

There are times during Census research that a page by page search of an enumeration district in a Chicago Ward is required. A Look At Cook has several maps of each Census year’s Wards and enumeration districts. This is a fabulous resource when you need to do a page by page search. Need more help […]

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