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  • Going In-Depth Magazine: The Second Year

    Going In-Depth Magazine: The Second Year

    $59.95

    Going In-Depth is the digital genealogy magazine presented by The In-Depth Genealogist. In each monthly issue, there are columns written by our team who are experts in their field from all over the world. These genealogists, archivists and historians all write with the hope of inspiring your family history journey and providing the knowledge you need to succeed. We strive to create a resource for every genealogist, no matter the age, stage, or focus of your research.

    This book is a compilation of the second year of Going In-Depth magazine’s issues. This 784 page volume is published in hardback and covers February 2014 through January 2015.

  • A Genealogist's Guide to Boston, Massachusetts

    A Genealogist’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts- PDF

    $4.99

    A Genealogist’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts is a great resource for genealogists who plan on researching in this geographic area.  Think of it as your personal travel guide with information on where to research in addition to where to eat and what to see.

    A Genealogist’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts was created by Jacqueline K. Gamble who shares her familiarity with Boston, Massachusetts and the surrounding area to assist genealogists and family in making their trip an enjoyable one.

    Now available for just $4.99 as a full-color downloadable PDF.

  • Genealogy Basics in 30 Minutes

    $11.99

    Written by Shannon Combs-Bennett, this book is a great reference and guide to get you started researching your genealogy!

  • In Search of Your Scottish Ancestors

    $14.95

    Written by Christine Woodcock, this book will assist you in getting started with your Scottish genealogy ancestors. Even if you are already familiar with Scottish research, this book will give you insight into other record sets that might offer you a deeper sense of your ancestor and his or her life.

  • The Tiger’s Widow

    $15.00

    Join Jennifer Holik on a journey that spans 72 years and several continents. This is the story of the life of Virginia Scharer Brouk, the wife of Flying Tiger, Robert Brouk. Virginia picked up the pieces of her life and joined the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, later known as the Women’s Army Corps (WAC,) to take up the fight after Robert was killed in a plane crash. Virginia’s story is of life, loss, war, and the connection of hearts filled with love.

  • Going In-Depth Magazine: December 2015 (Print)

    $15.00

    Get the beautiful full color 8.5″ x 11″ print copy of the magazine! This is our special Beginner’s Issue.  In this special issue many of our columns focused on how to get started in a variety of topics.

    Here’s what is in this issue of the magazine:

    • Nurturing Your African American Tree: “Planting the Seeds of your African American Family Tree” by Marietta Britt
    • In the Land of the Maple Leaf: “Beginning Your Canadian Research” by Kathryn Lake Hogan, UE, PLCGS
    • Genealogy Solutions: “How to Entice Beginners With ‘Genealogy Fun’“ by Leslie Drewitz
    • German Rootseekers: “Herzlich Willkommen! A Beginner’s Guide to German Research” by Ursula Krause
    • Going Dutch: “An ABC of Dutch Genealogy Terms” by John Boeren
    • Blossoms & Branches: “Once upon a Time… Writing Family History with Children” by Katie Andrews Potter
    • Timeless Territories: “Getting Started with Land Records” by Michelle Goodrum
    • Specialized Studies & Projects: “Let’s Start at the Very Beginning” by Tessa Keough
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “How to Start Researching Your Scottish Ancestors” by Christine Woodcock
    • Getting Started: “A Beginner’s Guide to Records Preservation and Access” by Jenny Lanctot
    • Stories from the Battlefield: “World War II Research- from the Beginning” by Jennifer Holik
    • Across the Pond: “Kick Starting Your Research across the Pond – England and Wales” by Julie Goucher
    • Doing It Ourselves: “Beginner’s Guide to Doing It Ourselves” by Larry Naukam
    • Jewish Genealogy: “Getting Started with Jewish Genealogy Research” by Jennifer Alford
    • Index of Surnames/ Places/ Subjects
  • “Going Over Home” by Katie Andrews Potter

    $7.99

    Looking for a fun read from an IDG writer? Check out “Going Over Home” by Katie Andrews Potter. 

  • Going In-Depth Magazine: August 2015 (Print)

    $10.00

    Get the beautiful full color 8.5″ x 11″ print copy of the magazine!

    Here’s what is in this issue of the magazine:

    • Across the Pond: “Worshipful Company of Gunsmiths” by Julie Goucher
    • Genealogy Downunder: “Family Angst Revealed in Probate Records” by Shauna Hicks
    • The Emerald Isle: “What will we do when we finish researching?” by Jim Ryan
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Applied Methodology… And Why It works!” by Leslie Drewitz
    • The Heritage Tourist: “This is the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • A Peek Behind the Scenes of “Who Do You Think You Are?” by Shannon Combs-Bennett
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “The Genealogical Gems Held at the National Library of Scotland” by Christine Woodcock
    • Stories from the Battlefield: “Two Minutes of Silence. Honoring the War Dead in the Netherlands” by Jennifer Holik
    • Getting Started: “The 1910 Census” by Jenny Lanctot
    • Doing It Ourselves: “Scéalta ó chroí – na litreacha an tionscadail 1916 (Tales from the heart – the letters of 1916 project)” by Larry Naukam
    • German Rootseekers: “Finding The Place Where Your Roots Are” by Ursula Krause
  • Bundle of IDG E-books

    $37.00

    A great deal for you!  Get all six of our PDF e-books in one bundle.  Get “Ancestors in a Nation Divided”, “A Genealogist’s Guide to the Washington, D.C. Area”, “Digging for Ancestors”, “A Genealogist’s Guide to Richmond, Virginia”, “A Genealogist’s Guide to Springfield, Illinois”, and “A Genealogist’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts.”

  • Going In-Depth: August 2013

    Going In-Depth: August 2013 (Paperback)

    $10.00

    Want to read the magazine as a paperback in glorious color!

    Here’s what is in this issue of the magazine:

    • Timeless Territories: “What’s a Chattel Mortgage & Why Should I Care?” by Michelle Goodrum
    • Across the Pond: “A Moment of Reflection- History is Now” by Julie Goucher
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “United Confederate Veterans – Little Known Civil War Veteran’s Organization” by Cindy Freed
    • Remember the Ladies: “Who was Mrs. Walter Chatham?: The Problem with Names” by Gena Philibert-Ortega
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “A Perfect Family Bible” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • Canadian Genealogy: “1921 Canadian Census” by Elizabeth Lapointe
    • The Society Pages: “Huguenot Societies” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Jewish Genealogy: “Know Bupkes* about Israel Research? Let’s Get Started Anyway” by Jennifer Alford
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Champlain Valley National Heritage Area” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Town Libraries” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Missing in Action Ancestors (MIAA)

     

  • Going In-Depth: Jan. 2015

    Going In-Depth: January 2015 (Paperback)

    $10.00

    Want to read the magazine as a  paperback in glorious color!

    Here’s what is in this issue of the magazine:

    • The Emerald Isle: “Census Search Forms as a Resource for Irish Research” by Jim Ryan
    • Stories from the Battlefield : “Start the Year off Right! Get Organized!” by Jennifer Holik
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Walking Through Medieval History” by Christine Woodcock
    • Ephemeral Heritage: “The Project Life App: A New Way to Share Your Heritage” by Jennifer Shoer
    • The Heritage Tourist: “A Visit to South Park National Heritage Area in Colorado” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Across the Pond: “Occupations and Livery Companies” by Julie Goucher
    • Doing It Ourselves: “Ask Granny!” by Larry Naukam
    • Remembering Olde New England: “Who Were the Shakers?” by Jacky Gamble
    • Genealogy Solutions: “What’s All the Hubbub About? Professionals vs Hobbyists- and the Priorities Between the Two” by Leslie Drewitz
  • Going In-Depth Magazine: February 2013 (Paperback)

    $10.00

    Get your own color print copy of the premiere issue of Going In-Depth!

    In this issue:

    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Take a Civil War Road Trip” by Cindy Freed
    • My Twisted Roots: “Welcome to My Twisted Roots” by Andrea Johnson Beck
    • Remember the Ladies: “Three Websites for Researching Female Ancestors” by Gena Philibert-Ortega
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Freedom’s Frontier: National Heritage Area” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Timeless Territories: “Deeds: How to Get a Copy”  by Michelle Goodrum
    • Gen Ed: “Genealogy Conferences Want You”  by Shelley Bishop
    • The Society Pages: “Beginning the Process” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Guest Column: “Letting Go of My Ancestors” by Thomas MacEntee
    • Jewish Genealogy: “Starting as a Pisher* in Slovakia” by Jennifer Alford
    • Pursuing the Past: “Shopping for Those Bookshelf Basics” by Patricia Desmond Biallas
    • Ask Ephraim by Ephraim McGettigan
    • Deep into DNA: “Get Your DNA to the Top of the Charts” by Mike Maglio
    • The Emerald Isle: “Great Insights From Petty Sources: The Petty Session Court Records” by Jim Ryan
    • Dear Readers
    • Family Atlas: “Welcome to Texas” by Jen Baldwin
    • Across the Pond: “Introducing… Across the Pond” by Julie Goucher
    • Missing in Action Ancestors (MIAA)
  • A Genealogist's Guide to Boston, Massachusetts

    A Genealogist’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts-Paperback

    $9.99

    A Genealogist’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts is a great resource for genealogists who plan on researching in this geographic area.  Think of it as your personal travel guide with information on where to research in addition to where to eat and what to see.

    A Genealogist’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts was created by Jacqueline K. Gamble who shares her familiarity with Boston, Massachusetts and the surrounding area to assist genealogists and family in making their trip an enjoyable one.

    Now available for just $9.99 as a 5″ x 8″ black & white paperback through Amazon!

  • Cover- Ancestors in a Nation Divided

    Ancestors in a Nation Divided-Paperback

    $19.99

    Whether your ancestor fought for the Union or the Confederacy, Ancestors In A Nation Divided will help you open the doors to his military service. You’ll learn about the battles he fought, camp life, injuries he may have sustained and more. Your research will put you alongside your ancestor in his Civil War journey. You’ll learn about his experiences and in knowing what he lived through you’ll be able to appreciate his service all the more. The Civil War changed this country’s path, it shaped our nation into what we know today and your ancestor had a hand in that. Ancestors In A Nation Divided will help you start learning about your Civil War ancestor today. (110 pages)