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Here's what is in this issue of the magazine:
- Doing It Ourselves: “Going to Church on the Computer” By Larry Naukam. Getting started with finding and using church records, including several online resources.
- Heimatbote: “Strategies to Jumpstart your Search for a German Home Town; Part I: Researching in the United States” By Ute Brandenburg. Struggling to find the place in Germany where your immigrant ancestor was born? Here are some advanced research strategies that might just help you break through that brick wall.
- Genealogy Downunder: “Finding Ancestors in Digitised Publications: South Australia” By Shauna Hicks. 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 South Australia.
- Modus Operandi: “Finding Family in the Cemetery—Stories Among the Headstones” By Cheri Hudson Passey. Looking for your ancestor’s burial site? Here are some tips for locating cemeteries, planning a visit, and finding stories among the headstones.
- The Archive Lady: Are Your Ancestors on Display? By Melissa Barker
- Blue And Gray Trails: “Ancestors in a Nation Divided, an excerpt” By Cindy Freed. No matter which side your ancestors fought for, Ancestors in a Nation Divided will help you open the doors to his Civil War military life.
- Specialized Studies & Projects: “Look Before You Leap to Ensure a Smooth Landing, Part 1” By Tessa Keough. Strategies for planning and undertaking a new research project.