Three Genealogy Shortcuts That Aren't Cheats from TheOccasionalGenealogist.com
You'll Love These Smart Tools for Recording Old Genealogy Records, Pictures and Stories Anywhere
got genealogy's Golden Rules of Genealogy
How to Build a Genealogy Research Plan - Amy Johnson Crow How to Build a Genealogy Research Plan Should you absolutely love arts and crafts a person will enjoy this site!
Ten Steps to Success: Visiting the Family History Library
Do you want to know what birth records exist for a specific county? Did you just discover that your ancestor was in the military and need to know what military records might give you the most information about him? The answers to these (and MANY other) genealogy questions can be found in the Ancestry.com Family History Wiki. Join Crista Cowan as she shows you how to find the wiki, how to search it, and how to explore it because "we don't know what we don't know." #genealogy
Stop Searching. Start Browsing. - Did you know that not all records on Ancestry.com are indexed. Without an index these records will never show up in a search but they could be just the key you are looking for to learn more about your ancestors. Join Crista Cowan for a demonstration of how to locate these records and how to save them to your tree.
You Can Download 83,947 Genealogy Books Free of Charge ~ Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter
Printable Research Checklist Free from Midwest Genealogy Center, Independence, MO. For other forms check their site. . .
Free Online Genealogy & Family History Courses offered by Brigham Young University ~ Teach Me Genealogy
Slowly Being Driven Mad by the Ancestors: Genealogy Do-Over: Organising Your Files #genealogy #gendover
Links to Genealogy & Family History Research Resources via 4YourFamilyStory.com
An easy, low-tech way to label your scanned photos
"Gathering information from sources that can't be visited personally is a problem for all genealogists. Long-Distance Genealogy is designed to help armchair researchers overcome this unavoidable problem. Readers will begin by addressing the basics of starting a long-distance search. Next they'll learn what types of records and publications can be accessed from a distance, problems associated with the process, how to network, how to use computer resources and special last resort options."
Scan your photo negatives and bring the past to life
A checklist for sources searched pg 1 of 2 - original author unknown
How to cite genealogy sources | Cite Your Sources (Source Footnotes) | FamilySearch.org
Downloadable Source Citation Cheat Sheet: It has examples of what to enter in your genealogy software's citation feature for various types of sources.
Download this free Ancestry.com e-book, which includes an article on searching the Ancestry.com Card Catalog!
http://www.takhop.com/category/Organizer/ Organize Your Genealogy in 2016
Handwriting Helps — FamilySearch.org
Quote: When our hearts turn to our ancestors, something changes inside us." Russell M. Nelson #quote #genealogy
Create Your Medical Family Tree| One of the most important things you can do for your health is to take the time to create a Medical Family Tree.