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  • Going In-Depth: August 2013

    Going In-Depth: August 2013 (Paperback)

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    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)

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    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: Jan. 2015

    Going In-Depth: January 2015 (PDF)

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    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)

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    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)
  • Going In-Depth: December 2014 (PDF)

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

    • Citing African Ancestry: “Using Community Clues to Learn About Your Ancestry” by Robin Foster
    • Getting Started: “You’ve Got to Start Somewhere” by Jenny Lanctot
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Collection Management: Is Your House the Family History Repository” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Across the Pond: “The Plague of London” by Julie Goucher
    • Timeless Territories: “Anatomy of a Deed” by Michelle Goodrum
    • The Heritage Tourist: “’The Great Migration’ from the Mississippi Delta Region” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “What Clan Do I Belong To?” by Christine Woodcock
    • Doing It Ourselves: “Part Two: Must Do’s” by Larry Naukam

     

  • Going In-Depth: July 2013

    Going In-Depth: July 2013 (PDF)

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

    • The Heritage Tourist: “Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Deep into DNA: “When DNA Disappoints” by Mike Maglio
    • The Society Pages: “President and Declaration Societies” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Grand Army of the Republic” by Cindy Freed
    • The Emerald Isle: “ ’It says in the paper …’ Irish Newspapers as a Source” by Jim Ryan
    • Across the Pond: “Census Alternatives” by Julie Goucher
    • My Twisted Roots: “Inhaling History” by Andrea Johnson Beck
    • Ask Ephraim by Ephraim McGettigan
    • Tech Review: “Family House: Not Just for the Grown Ups” by Jen Baldwin
    • Mi Famiglia: “Tracing Italian Roots – Resources” by Jennifer Holik
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “When The Family Bible Is Secondary Information” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • Pursuing the Past: “1920 through 1940: An American Era Like No Other” by Patricia Desmond Biallas
    • Remember the Ladies: “One Recipe for Learning More about Female Ancestors: Cookbooks” by Gena Philibert-Ortega
    • Timeless Territories: “How to Find Cancelled Land Entry Case Files” by Michelle Goodrum
    • Missing in Action Ancestors (MIAA)

     

  • Going In-Depth: August 2013

    Going In-Depth: August 2013 (PDF)

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    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: September 2013

    Going In-Depth: September 2013 (PDF)

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

    • Genealogy Solutions: “American Indian Heritage and Family ‘Tales’” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Across the Pond: “More on Locations” by Julie Goucher
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “Funeral and Memorial Cards” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Wheeling National Heritage Area” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Tech Review: “Let’s Take a ‘Field Trip’ ” by Jennifer Alford
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Find the Secrets Contained in Civil War Headstones” by Cindy Freed
    • Remember the Ladies: “School Days: The ABC’s of Finding School Records” by Gena Philibert-Ortega
    • Five Tribes Genealogy: “Finding Ancestors Among the Five Civilized Tribes” by Liz Walker
    • The Emerald Isle: “Irish Rentals as a Genealogical Source” by Jim Ryan
    • The Society Pages: “Embracing Your Revolutionary Past” by Shannon Combs Bennett

     

  • Going In-Depth: October 2013

    Going In-Depth: October 2013 (PDF)

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

    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “What Do You Do When Your Ancestor Isn’t Quite the Hero You Thought He Was?” by Cindy Freed
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Did you know there is a National Heritage Area in North Dakota?” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Remember the Ladies: “He Kindly Stopped for Me: Researching Your Ancestor’s Death” by Gena Philibert-Ortega
    • Timeless Territories: “Using Social Media to Enrich Stories of the Family Home” by Michelle Goodrum
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Let’s Start a Genealogy Club!” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Across the Pond: “Before 1837” by Julie Goucher
    • The Society Pages: “Civil War Societies for Female Descendants” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “Before Going Beyond The Obituaries” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • Ask Ephraim by Ephraim McGettigan

     

  • Going In-Depth: November 2013

    Going In-Depth: November 2013 (PDF)

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

    • The Society Pages: “Male Descendants of Civil War Veterans” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Five Tribes Genealogy: “Finding Your Cherokee Ancestors” by Liz Walker
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “Before Going Beyond The Obituaries, Part Two” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • Across the Pond: “The Great War” by Julie Goucher
    • Remember the Ladies: “Researching Women in the Military” by Gena Philibert-Ortega
    • The Heritage Tourist: “East of Atlanta” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Are There Civil War Genealogy Gems in Your Backyard?” by Cindy Freed
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Ancestry Trees, Self-Education, and Other Wonders” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Missing in Action Ancestors (MIAA)

     

  • Going In-Depth: December 2013

    Going In-Depth: December 2013 (PDF)

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

    • The Heritage Tourist: “Let the Blue Ridge Mountains Inspire You” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “What Else Is In The Paper? Death-Related Newspaper Articles Other Than Obits” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • The Society Pages: “Getting You Pointed in the Right Direction” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Across the Pond: “Festive Spirits” by Julie Goucher
    • Canadian Genealogy: “Year of the Korean War Veteran” by Elizabeth Lapointe
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Newspapers- The Last Frontier in Civil War Research” by Cindy Freed
    • Timeless Territories: “Seven Resources for Mapping Your Ancestor’s Land”  by Michelle Goodrum
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Finding Important Historical Records… In Unexpected Places…” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Ask Ephraim by Ephraim McGettigan

     

  • Going In-Depth: January 2014

    Going In-Depth: January 2014 (PDF)

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

    • The Emerald Isle: “Time and Tithes” by Jim Ryan
    • Deep Into DNA: “Pandora’s DNA” by Michael Maglio
    • The Society Pages: “Ancestors in Paradise” by Shannon Bennett
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Death Certificates, Funeral Homes, Cemeteries and Tombstones…“ by Leslie Drewitz
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Why Research Your Civil War Ancestors?” by Cindy Freed
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “What Else Is In The Paper? Death-Related Newspaper Articles Other Than Obits, Part 2” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • Timeless Territories: “Land & Property Clues in the Census” by Michelle Goodrum
    • Across the Pond: “’Survey into Life and Labour in London (1886-1903)’ by Charles Booth” by Julie Goucher
    • The Heritage Tourist: “The Great Basin National Heritage Area” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • MIAA: Missing in Action Ancestors
    • Five Tribes Genealogy: “Finding Your Seminole Ancestors” by Liz Walker

     

  • Going In-Depth: February 2014

    Going In-Depth: February 2014 (PDF)

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

    • Remember the Ladies: “Until Johnny Marched Home, What Did His Wife Do? Researching Female Ancestors During the American Civil War” by Gena Philibert-Ortega
    • The Emerald Isle: “Eye-witnesses to Our Ancestry: Travellers’ accounts as a genealogical background source” By Jim Ryan
    • The Society Pages: “Florida Societies” by Shannon Bennett
    • Across the Pond: “Medical Genealogy” by Julie Goucher
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Free Civil War Books- Get Your Free Civil War Books Here!” by Cindy Freed
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “What Else Is In The Paper? Death-Related Newspaper Articles Other Than Obits, Part 3 Tragic Deaths” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area and the Colorado River” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Canadian Genealogy: “Before 1865: Immigration Records in Canada” by Elizabeth Lapointe

     

  • Going In-Depth: March 2014

    Going In-Depth: March 2014 (PDF)

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

    • Five Tribes Genealogy: “Finding Your Muscogee [Creek] Ancestors” by Liz Walker
    • The Heritage Tourist: “A Distinctive National Heritage Area: Northeast Massachusetts’ Essex County” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • 2014 Conference Schedule
    • Remembering Olde New England: “Introducing… ‘Remembering Olde New England’ ” by Jacky Gamble
    • Genealogy Solutions: “When You’ve Done Everything You Can… Do More!” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Where Do I Find My Civil War Ancestor’s Photo?” by Cindy Freed
    • The Society Pages: “Societies for Irish Descendants” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Citing African Ancestry: “Oral History: Essential to African American Genealogy” by Robin Foster
    • Across the Pond: “Medical Genealogy- Sad Next Steps” by Julie Goucher

     

  • Going In-Depth: April 2014

    Going In-Depth: April 2014 (PDF)

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

    • Citing African Ancestry: “Learn More About Genealogy From Family Resources” by Robin Foster
    • Timeless Territories: “Going Local: Researching in Land & Property Indexes- Part 1” by Michelle Goodrum
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Homecoming 2014: Plan a Genealogy Research Trip to Scotland” by Christine Woodcock
    • Guest Column: “The Indian Princess and the English Gentleman: Celebrating the 400th Anniversary of the Marriage of John Rolfe and Pocahontas” by Shannon Bennett
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “What Else is in the Paper? Death-Related Newspaper Articles Other Than Obits, Part IV” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Searching the Hidden Censuses for Your Civil War Ancestor” by Cindy Freed
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Which NHA Region Produced a Powerful Concentration of Cultural Icons?” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Missing in Action Ancestors (MIAA)
  • Going In-Depth: May 2014 (PDF)

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

    • Stories from the Battlefield: “Military Memories:  31 Writing Prompts to Celebrate Your Military Ancestors” by Jennifer Holik
    • 2014 Conference Schedule
    • The Heritage Tourist: “The Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “What Else is in the Paper?  Death-Related Newspaper Articles Other Than Obits, Part V” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • The Emerald Isle: “Know Your Place” by Jim Ryan
    • Timeless Territories: “Going Local: Researching in Land & Property Indexes- Part 2” by Michelle Goodrum
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Tidbits & FAQ’s” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Did Native Americans Bear Arms in the Civil War?” by Cindy Freed
    • The Society Pages: “California Societies” by Shannon Bennett
    • Five Tribes Genealogy: “Finding Your Choctaw Ancestors” by Liz Walker
    • Deep Into DNA: “DNA, SNP, STR, OMG!” by Michael Maglio
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Using Archives for Scottish Genealogy Research” by Christine Woodcock
    • Remembering Olde New England: “Researching Slaves in Colonial New England”by Jacky Gamble
    • Index of Advertisers/Surnames/Places/Subjects