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Modus Operandi: “Finding Ancestors in the Newspaper”
More than a resource for Birth, Deaths and Marriage announcements, researching in newspapers can provide many types of information about an ancestor’s life.
By Cheri Hudson Passey
Family Reunions: “A Theme for a Family Reunion”
Sometimes a theme for a family reunion helps get the ball rolling. Creating a common thread which winds its way through your family history can help those attending your reunion to bond regardless of the generation.
By Jenny Cowen
African American Research Adventures: “Searching for Osburn: A Case Study in Seeking the Enslaved”
For individuals with African American ancestry, the search for enslaved ancestors can pose unique challenges. This case study explores representative techniques that can be used in the search process.
By Taneya Y. Koonce, MSLS, MPH
Back to Your French Ancestors: “Discovering the French Archives”
Are you lost among the wealth of the French Archives? Discover their history and content.
By Sophie Boudarel
In Search of Your Scottish Roots: “Step AWAY From the Computer!”
Having just returned from another very successful Genealogy Tour to Scotland, Christine tells us that our Scottish ancestors are waiting for you to find them. But in order to do that, you need to step away from your computer.
By Christine Woodcock
Genealogy Downunder: “Ancestors in Prison? Why You Should Be Happy”
Occasionally we stumble upon our ancestors in the most surprising places. While creating a research guide for prison records, Shauna learned that several of her direct ancestors had been held in prison. Read her article to learn more about this amazing resource.
By Shauna Hicks
Across the Pond: “Restoration to Modern Day: 1750 – 1780”
Great Britain faced many changes in the period from 1750 to 1780 and the Seven Years War and Industrial Revolution were just a part of it. Learn more about what led to the American Revolution and the “madness” of King George III.
By Julie Goucher
Index of Surnames, Places, and Subjects