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Genealogy Education & Training

Genealogy Training – Volunteering, Attending, Reading, Conferences, & Videos — oh my. I was recently asked about what I do for Genealogical Training.  How do I keep up with things genealogical?  Of course, learning is an ongoing process, but the … Continue reading

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Newspaper Searching

I attended the Bangor Family History Fair at the Bangor Family History Center last weekend. Overall, it was a good experience and worth the two-hour drive, each way. Probably, the talk I enjoyed most was by Penobscot County GenealogicalSociety president, … Continue reading

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Roots Tech 2012 video – “Future of FamilySearch Family Tree”

More on the Roots Tech videos: The Roots Tech 2012 video presentations are, for the most part, wonderful and the presentation by Ron Tanner was among the best.  It was very informative and Ron is extremely entertaining and engaging.  He … Continue reading

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Roots Tech Videos – Great!

I ran into a really great site, Roots Tech.  It has videos from their latest convention, which is apparently the largest genealogy Tech convention in the country.  It is held yearly in Salt Lake City.  I wish it was a … Continue reading

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