Going In-Depth: October 2017 (PDF)

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

  • Blue and Gray Trails: “Civil War Headstones: There’s an App For That” By Cindy Freed 
    • Doing It Ourselves: “Project Potpourri” By Larry Naukam 
    • Photo Basics: “Know Your Photo Formats” By Maureen Taylor 
    • Back to Your French Ancestors: “How to Trace Your Huguenot Ancestors” By Sophie Boudarel 
    • Ladies First: “Gloving Girls”  By  Janet Few 
    • Modus Operandi: “Snail Mail: Researching the Old-Fashioned Way”  By Cheri Hudson Passey 
    • Ramblings through Irish History: “The Plantations of Ireland Part 4: Hamilton & Montgomery Plantations”  By Jenny Joyce
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Want to read Going In-Depth magazine, but don't want to commit to a subscription?  Purchase the PDF for your own use!

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

  • Blue and Gray Trails: “Civil War Headstones: There’s an App For That” Those marble headstones marking Civil War veterans graves contain hidden information wanted by today’s family historian. It is info not viewable to the naked eye but can be found with some study. By Cindy Freed 
  • Doing It Ourselves: “Project Potpourri” In this round, Larry shares projects all over the country to show the diversity of work being done. The point of these projects is to preserve and make materials available to those that may not be able to travel to their repository. Get inspired by some great resources! By Larry Naukam 
  • Photo Basics: “Know Your Photo Formats” Inherited some new photographs? Not sure of the photograph formats and how to care for them? Or just hoping to narrow down the timeframe and who those relatives may be? Maureen shares great information on identifying what you may have. By Maureen Taylor 
  • Back to Your French Ancestors: “How to Trace Your Huguenot Ancestors” Searching your Huguenot ancestors is often a complicated work. In this article you will learn the key periods, as well as essential websites. By Sophie Boudarel 
  • Ladies First: “Gloving Girls” This article describes the work of women who made gloves for a living. This was primarily a cottage industry, carried out on a piece work basis and was particularly popular in the English counties of Somerset and Worcestershire. Find out about the work that these women did, the equipment that they used and the reputation that they gained. By  Janet Few 
  • Modus Operandi: “Snail Mail: Researching the Old-Fashioned Way” Exhausted modern research techniques and still no answers to your genealogy questions? It may be time to get out the stationary and return to the old-fashioned way. By Cheri Hudson Passey 
  • Ramblings through Irish History: “The Plantations of Ireland Part 4: Hamilton & Montgomery Plantations” Before the Plantation of Ulster ordered by King James VI & I, private plantations of Counties Down and Antrim were already taking place. By Jenny Joyce

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