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- Blue & Gray Trails: “Little Did They Know They Were Living History” Many times when we tour historic venues we lose sight of the fact that actual people lived these events. Yet there are times when we’re moved and gain a vivid understanding of the emotions and actions of a person who not only witnessed but contributed to history. My trip to Franklin, TN was one of those occasions where I actually felt history. By Cindy Freed
- “RootsTech Recap” Jenny Joyce reports to us about the 2018 RootsTech conference. By Jenny Joyce
- Genealogy Downunder: “Finding Ancestors in Digitised Publications: Western Australia” Family history is closely aligned to local history and my new series of articles looks at online resources that help to place Australian ancestors within their local communities. We will look at specific websites that make freely available books, journals, directories, government gazettes and other similar resources. We continue our journey with Western Australia (and remember that some state-based resources may also be applicable to other Australian states and territories). By Shauna Hicks
- Modus Operandi: “Are You Forgetting These? -Museums, Historical Societies and Genealogical Societies” There are places to look for information on our ancestors which are often overlooked as we search for documents and other records. What about Museums, Historical Societies and Genealogical Societies? Here is why you should not forget these three. By Cheri Hudson Passey
- Research Sprints: “Research Planning Pays Off” A new column all about making the most of your time when you research. Jen shares the challenges of trying to fit in genealogy with limited time. In this article she shares how she made the most of her visit to northern Indiana. By Jennifer Alford
- Ramblings through Irish History: “The Irish Brehon Laws” In this issue we learn about the ancient Irish laws that the English were determined to stamp out. By Jenny Joyce