Monthly Archive: December 2011

Dec 27

Free Webinar: Introduction to the 1940 Federal Census

Join us for a Free Webinar Space is limited Reserve your Webinar seat now at: Constance Potter, a reference archivist at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, DC, specializes in federal records of interest to genealogists.  She has a particular interest in, and affection for, federal census records.  Potter has worked on …

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Dec 22

Legacy Family Tree Announces “Genealogy Idol” Competition

Press Release Wednesday, December 21, 2011 Legacy Family Tree Announces “Genealogy Idol” Competition  Attend the first-ever Genealogy Idol competition – from home or in person The first-ever Genealogy Idol competition will take place during theRootsTech conference on Thursday, February 2, 2012 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Anyone can participate regardless of where they live or whether …

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Dec 19

2012 Jamboree Extension Webinar Series

For Immediate Release December 18, 2011. (Burbank, CA)  The Southern California Genealogical Society announces the return of the popular Jamboree Extension Webinar Series, which provides web-based family history and genealogy educational sessions for genealogists around the world. Speakers for the 2012 Series include many distinguished professional genealogists and family history lecturers. Drew Smith, George G. …

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Dec 08

“My Rooted Technology” – a meme about using technology in genealogy

Yesterday Randy Seavers  posted “My Rooted Technology” – a meme about using technology in genealogy, so I decided to join in the fun in preparation for RootsTech 2012. My Rooted Technology Technology you already use: type (in blue) Technology you would like to use or learn more about: italicize (in red) Technology you don’t use, have …

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Dec 07

Wordless Wednesday – Improvement Society Meeting, 1908


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Dec 04

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun: Dear Genea-Santa


Dear Genea-Santa, Thank you, thank you, for making sure that I got to the 1st RootsTech conference in Salt Lake City last year! Although it’s not easy, I’ve tried very hard to be a good genea-girl and historea-girl this year. Countless hours have been distributed to the Georgia Chapter of the Trail of Tears Association, …

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