Posts Tagged With: libraries

Finishing the Story Presentation

On Tuesday, September 18, 2012 – 7:00 p.m. I will present¬† Finishing the Story.¬†This lecture consists of three case studies presented on World War I and II military ancestors who died in service, locating their records, and telling their stories. The presentation is being held at the Algonquin Public Library. Hope to see you there! […]

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Wisdom Wednesday – The Genealogist’s Companion and Sourcebook

Last month I was browsing Family Tree Magazine’s website looking for The Family Tree Sourcebook. I found it and Family Tree Magazine was offering it in a bundle with The Genealogist’s Companion and Sourcebook. I ordered the bundle. I wanted the Sourcebook so I didn’t have to run to the library to borrow it and […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Search County Histories

Last week I visited the Missouri State Archives and a couple local libraries for client work. When I was finished I drove to Springfield, MO, to visit my sister and wait for my parents to bring my son home from vacation. I again stopped into the Springfield Public Library to look through a couple of […]

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Follow Friday – Tony’s Genealogy Blog

Tony Kierna is the Genealogy Coordinator for the Schaumburg Township District Library. Do you know him? Do you know about the Genealogy Program at the Schaumburg Township District Library? If not, you should. They have monthly programs on many different genealogy topics. Meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Tony recently reviewed my […]

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