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  • 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

     

  • Going In-Depth: June 2014 (PDF)

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

    • The Heritage Tourist: “Silos and Smokestacks” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Upcoming Conference Schedule
    • Genealogy Solutions: “Genealogical Wills: Who Will Inherit Your Stuff” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Across the Pond: “Understanding Reform” by Julie Goucher
    • Citing African Ancestry: “Using Community Clues to Learn About Your Ancestry” by Robin Foster
    • Deep Into DNA: “Your Autosomal DNA Tapestry” by Michael Maglio
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “What Else is in the Paper? Death-Related Newspaper Articles Other Than Obits, Part VI” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “Civil War POWS: Prisoners Within Their Own Country or Another” by Cindy Freed
    • Tracing Your Criminal Ancestors: “Juvenile Delinquents” by Kirsty Gray
    • Stories from the Battlefield: “Where to Start” by Jennifer Holik

     

  • Going In-Depth: July 2014 (PDF)

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

    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “The Scots in North America” by Christine Woodcock
    • Tracing Your Criminal Ancestors: “The Horror of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century London Prisons” by Kirsty Gray
    • Stories from the Battlefield: “The World War II History Network” by Jennifer Holik
    • Remembering Olde New England: “The New England Vampire Panic of the Nineteenth Century” by Jacky Gamble
    • The Society Pages: “Honoring the Founders of New England” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “When It Comes To My Civil War Ancestor: No Letters, No Diary, No Problem!” by Cindy Freed
    • Across the Pond: “Educational Reform” by Julie Goucher
    • Five Tribes Genealogy: “Finding Your Chickasaw Ancestors” by Liz Walker
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Have You Heard of the Gullah-Geechee National Heritage Corridor?” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Genealogy Solutions: “When the Urge Strikes – Indulge It!  But How?” by Leslie Drewitz

     

  • Going In-Depth: August 2014 (PDF)

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    • Stories from the Battlefield: “Writing a Love Story” by Jennifer Holik
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Travel to Shenandoah Valley Battlefields NHA” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Deep into DNA: “Out of Africa, Hand in Hand:  Leaving the Nest” by Mike Maglio
    • Tracing Your Criminal Ancestors: “The Horror of the 18th and 19th Nineteenth Century London Prisons, Part 2: Fleet Prison” by Kirsty Gray
    • The Society Pages: “Celebrating Ancestors from Mr. Madison’s War” by Shannon Combs Bennett
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “The Very Best: Sites for Researching your Confederate Civil War Veteran and Ancestors” by Cindy Freed
    • Genealogy Solutions:  “Walk Away” by Leslie Drewitz
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Banished to the Americas” by Christine Woodcock
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “A Look at Church Records” by Debbie Carder Mayes
  • Going In-Depth: September 2014 (PDF)

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

    • Beyond the Obituaries: “More Local Sources to Learn About an Ancestor’s Death” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “I Have a Confession” by Christine Woodcock
    • Genealogy Solutions: “What’s in a Nick-Name?” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Stories from the Battlefield: “James Privoznik, From Civilian Conservation Corps to Army” by Jennifer Holik
    • Across the Pond: “Family Allowance Act of 1945” by Julie Goucher
    • Remembering Olde New England: “A Walk Through Boston’s History: A Tourist’s Guide to Seeing the Freedom Trail” by Jacky Gamble
    • Ask Ephraim by Ephraim McGettigan
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “My Civil War Toolbox” by Cindy Freed
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Freedom’s Way” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Tracing Your Criminal Ancestors: “The Horror of the 18th and 19th Nineteenth Century London Prisons, Part 3: Bridewell Prison” by Kirsty Gray
  • November 2014 Magazine

    Going In-Depth: November 2014 (PDF)

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

    • Remembering Olde New England: “Researching Your Abenaki Roots” by Jacky Gamble
    • Doing It Ourselves by Larry Naukam
    • Across the Pond: “The Great Fire and the Rebuilding of a City” by Julie Goucher
    • Stories from the Battlefield by Jennifer Holik
    • IDG Extra: Military Service Questionnaire
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Plan a Visit to the Ohio and Erie National Heritage Canalway” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Tracing Your Criminal Ancestors: “Trouble at Princetown” by Kirsty Gray
    • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Haw, Jimmy! The Joys of the Scottish Naming Pattern” by Christine Woodcock
    • Citing African Ancestry: “Genealogy is a Science” by Robin Foster
  • Going In-Depth: October 2014

    Going In-Depth: October 2014 (PDF)

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    • Five Tribes Genealogy: “Finding Your Freedmen Ancestors” by Liz Walker
    • The Society Pages: “Pioneer and First Family Societies” by Shannon Combs-Bennett
    • Tracing Blue & Gray: “We Can Hear the Voices of Union and Confederate Soldiers Today” by Cindy Freed
    • Tracing Your Criminal Ancestors: “The Most Famous of Prisons” by Kirsty Gray
    • Beyond the Obituaries: “Pioneer Societies” by Debbie Carder Mayes
    • Across the Pond: “The National Insurance Act of 1946” by Julie Goucher
    • The Heritage Tourist: “Country Roads, West Virginia” by Dr. Bill Smith
    • Genealogy Solutions: “’… but what about Willie?’ and the Ancestry.com Message Boards” by Leslie Drewitz
    • Index of Advertisers/Surnames/Places/Subjects