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A Summer Reading List for Genealogists

Well friends, it’s almost time to hit the road for summer genealogy travel season.  Warm weather months are a great time to pack your bags, book airbnb accommodations, and road trip around the country in search of those elusive genealogy records.  Whether your travel takes you around North America or beyond, you are going to… Continue reading A Summer Reading List for Genealogists

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Spring Brings Great Genealogy Reads and Online Shows! – Wisdom Wednesday

I’m always on the lookout for books, movies, and other fun fictional stuff featuring genealogists.  Hollywood and fiction writers love to place genealogists in a lot of the same stereotypes – namely obsessed research-driven people who glorify the deceased and whilst bumbling around the present with limited social skills.   Occasionally, I do meet these… Continue reading Spring Brings Great Genealogy Reads and Online Shows! – Wisdom Wednesday

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Dave Dowell’s Crash Course in Genealogy – Tuesday’s Tip

I’ve read a lot of genealogy books.  I’m not bragging or anything, but I work in a library, so it makes sense that I’m looking through/checking out/reading genealogy books all the time.  The results are mixed. Are they all stunning works of research?  No. A dry read?  Sometimes.  Ok.  Most of the time. Useful?  Yes,… Continue reading Dave Dowell’s Crash Course in Genealogy – Tuesday’s Tip