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Webinar about genealogy evidence and online trees

On Wednesday, April 16, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern time, Legacy Family Tree offers a free webinar with Karen Gifford, Genealogy Evidence and Online Trees. Register here to watch it live. I expect the webinar will be archived as usual and … Continue reading

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Customized Google Searches and other tips

You have until April 14 to watch for free Legacy Family Tree’s webinar, Googling around with Google and other Technology, presented by Geoff Rasmussen. No matter how often I attend a Google presentation, I learn something new. This time, I … Continue reading

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Webinar — Using Canadian records to find US midwestern ancestors

On Tuesday, April 8, at 8:00 p.m. Central time (9:00 p.m. Eastern time), Canadian genealogist Kathryn Lake Hogan will present Using Canadian Records to Find Your Midwestern Ancestor in a webinar. This is part of the Illinois State Genealogical Society’s … Continue reading

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Googling around with Google webinar

On Saturday, April 5, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time, Legacy Family Tree presents Googling Around with Google and other Technology with Geoff Rasmussen. Mr. Rasmussen will explain how to set up Google alerts, how to search with a digital image instead … Continue reading

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Researching living relatives webinar

On Saturday, April 5, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time (10:00 a.m. Pacific time), the Southern California Genealogical Society will present the webinar, Descendancy Research, with Michael Brophy. Mr. Brophy will talk about researching living descendants of our ancestors and discuss proper methodology, sources, … Continue reading

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Webinar for frugal genealogists

I have yet to figure out why many genealogists are so bloomin’ cheap, but we are. We spend days fretting about whether or not to pay $10 or $15 for a marriage record even though this could be the missing link … Continue reading

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To tweet or not to tweet — That’s my dilemma

Oh, dear. I guess it is time I learned to tweet. To me, Twitter seems like a bunch of 140-character shouting. Then again, I thought Facebook was a waste of time until I discovered how it could help me with … Continue reading

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