Going In-Depth: September 2018 (PDF)

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

  • Ladies First: “At Your Service: Shop Workers” By Janet Few
  • Genealogy Downunder: “Finding Ancestors in Digitised Publications: New Zealand” By Shauna Hicks.
  • From The Stacks: “What Is An Archive?” By Melissa Barker, The Archive Lady
  • Heimatbote: “Strategies to Jumpstart your Search for a German Home Town. Part II: Researching in Comprehensive German Databases” By Ute Brandenburg.
  • Modus Operandi: “Books and Packets: Finding Your Ancestors in Probate Records” By Cheri Hudson Passey.
  • “Finding the Answers to World War II Questions” By Jennifer Holik
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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:

  • Ladies First: “At Your Service: Shop Workers” By Janet Few
    Investigate the working lives of female ancestors, both paid employment and household tasks. It is often easier to research the occupations of the men in our families, so now is the time to redress the balance and put the ladies first. In this edition we look at the lives of female shop workers.
  • Genealogy Downunder: “Finding Ancestors in Digitised Publications: New Zealand” By Shauna Hicks.
    Family history is closely aligned to local history and Shauna’s articles look at online resources that help to place Australian ancestors within their local communities. We continue our journey with New Zealand and remember that some territory-based resources may also be applicable to the Australian states.
  • From The Stacks: “What Is An Archive?” By Melissa Barker, The Archive Lady
    Do you know what an archive is? As genealogists we should know, but do we? Knowing where to find the records is essential to our genealogy research.
  • Heimatbote: “Strategies to Jumpstart your Search for a German Home Town. Part II: Researching in Comprehensive German Databases” 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 the brick wall.
  • Modus Operandi: “Books and Packets: Finding Your Ancestors in Probate Records” By Cheri Hudson Passey.
    Looking for records that may lead you to friend and family connections, death dates, places of residence and lifestyles? Probate records can be a treasure of information!
  • “Finding the Answers to World War II Questions” By Jennifer Holik
    Learn about how you can research your service member's service through several course offerings.

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