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- Doing it Ourselves: “Creating a Treasure at the Mount Clemens Library in Michigan” In this issue, we take a look at the Mount Clemens library in Michigan, which is an example of an organization that has a good collection, saw a need, and was able to work with local people to enhance the research capabilities of the library. Learn how they harnessed the power of volunteers to make more information available. By Larry Naukam
- In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Making a Personal Connection with Your Scottish Ancestors” Your Scottish ancestors are waiting for you to uncover their stories in the local archives. They are waiting for you to connect with them in their villages, on their streets, in their churches, or at their grave sides. Christine shares some inspiring personal stories from her tour participants that may get you thinking about how you can connect to your own ancestors. By Christine Woodcock
- “A Trip to Green Gables” Jen shares how a vacation to visit the land of “Anne of Green Gables” brought her closer to the author, Lucy Maud Montgomery. Little did she know that she would be pulled into the genealogy of the author during the trip. By Jennifer Alford
- Blue and Gray Trails: “A Research Gold Mine” You have not completed a reasonably exhaustive research of your Civil War ancestor until you have a go at the Official Records. Get to know the research gold mine contained within these volumes. By Cindy Freed
- Ladies First: “The Oldest Profession: Prostitution” Being a woman is not always easy and researching them can be just as hard sometimes. In this issue we turn our attention to prostitution, a source of income for women since time immemorial. By Janet Few
- Modus Operandi: “Historical Background-Time and Place” What was happening in the lives of your ancestors? Knowing historical events can help to understand the members of your family tree and may break down a few brick walls. By Cheri Hudson Passey