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This 'Dictionary of Old Occupations' can be very interesting. Add these details and definitions to the "notes" in your tree to make it come alive. #genealogy

Family Tree Researcher: Dictionary of Old Occupations - Index

~ Death & Gravestone Symbolism ~

  • Mira

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Which census was that?

Which census was that? - Organize Your Family History

WolframAlpha can help you answer a lot of #genealogy questions like: -Was your great-grandmother's name common at that time? -What happened on your grandfather's birthday? -What was the weather like on your grandparents' wedding day? -What were the towns they lived in like, including demographics, and how far are they from where you live? -What was 20 dollars' worth the year your great-grandmother was born? -What is the technical relationship between you and your grandfather's sister?

WolframAlpha: A New Tool for Genealogy

We’re excited to introduce Shoebox from – a brand new version of the Shoebox mobile scanner that allows you to upload photos directly to your family tree on There has never been a simpler, faster, and more beautiful way to scan your old photos.

Introducing Shoebox From – A Scanner in Your Pocket

Preserving family history by using your smartphone: "It's natural to use special recording devices to preserve your family history, but with today's technology, extra devices."

Preserving family history by using your smartphone

November is a great month to get those family stories recorded. Llama says so. The National Day of Listening is a new national holiday started by StoryCorps in 2008. On the day after Thanksgiving, StoryCorps asks all Americans to take an hour to record an interview with a loved one, using recording equipment that is readily available in most homes, such as computers, iPhones, and tape recorders, along with StoryCorps’ free Do-It-Yourself Instruction Guide at: nationaldayoflist....

Check this out. You can now use Facebook to grow your family tree!

Using Facebook to Grow Your Family Tree
  • Jamie DeMonaco

    This feature does not seem to be available in my ancestry account. :(

Have you checked out the state and county resources available on USGenWeb? Great #genealogy tool.

Free Genealogy and Family History Online - The USGenWeb Project
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Keeping tabs on upcoming tablets - CNET
  • Linda Morris Hammen

    I have ancestry on my tablet and on my phone so that wherever I am, I can work on my genealogy!