Going In-Depth: July 2016 (PDF)

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

  • In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Brick Wall Busting” By Christine Woodcock
  • Getting Started: “The 1860 Census”  By Jenny Lanctot
  • Repository Research: “Get to Know the Daughters of the American Revolution Website” By Shannon Combs-Bennett
  • Genealogy Downunder: “School Days: Education Records for Family History”  By Shauna Hicks
  • Biz Matters: “The Importance of Mentors” By Janet Hovorka
  • Blooms and Branches: “Creating Family History, Naturally” By Katie Andrews Potter
  • Family Reunions:  “The Story of My Grandparents, Joseph and Sarah Cohen” By Jenny Cowen
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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:

In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Brick Wall Busting”
Sometimes all it takes is a second look at a record to break down a wall in your research.  Learn some simple steps to follow and go dig through your files.  You won’t regret it! By Christine Woodcock

Getting Started: “The 1860 Census”
There were some changes made when the 1860 US Federal Census was released.  Do you know that they are?  Make sure you do, as well as what other census schedules you should look at for your family.  By Jenny Lanctot

Repository Research: “Get to Know the Daughters of the American Revolution Website”
Many members of the Daughters of the American Revolution are on the hunt for women and minority ancestors.  Think you might have one in your branches?  Learn who else can be considered a patriot in this article.  By Shannon Combs-Bennett

Genealogy Downunder: “School Days: Education Records for Family History”
Have you looked into Australian education records for your ancestors?  There are a variety of records with a wealth of information.  You just need to know where to look.  By Shauna Hicks

Biz Matters: “The Importance of Mentors”
It is ok to ask for help, especially if you are branching out into business.  Having a mentor can be a great way to get that help and insight, into the community you want to serve.  Learn some ideas about forming that type of a relationship, and how it can help you in the long run. By Janet Hovorka

Blooms and Branches: “Creating Family History, Naturally”
Maybe you don’t need to corner your family at every gathering to learn one more piece to your family puzzle.  Instead, why don’t you consider being a part of the moment and creating family history?  It is easy, and oh so important.  By Katie Andrews Potter

Family Reunions:  The Story of My Grandparents, Joseph and Sarah Cohen”
Sometimes you have to seek the facts, and tell them to someone else.  Read about the journey to find family, and how you should never take anything at face value.  By Jenny Cowen

 

Index of Surnames, Places, and Subjects

 

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