Whether you've got a program at your library or are just looking for a something to do at the beach, it seems like summer is a time for reading. Good or bad, here are five recent genealogy-related books I've read and a quick review of each. 1. Archive Photography: How to photograph oversize photos, curled... Continue Reading →
Although my attempts to begin writing about my ancestors have fallen flat in the last year or two, I have found a new method of sharing that I do enjoy: making videos! It all began last summer when I was taking an online local history course for my library science degree. I was tasked with... Continue Reading →
Please enjoy this video about my 2nd great-grandfather, George Edgar Earley (1840-1931) from Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. https://youtu.be/NLBFaym7REY
After cataloging countless self-published genealogies, ranging from folders of loose papers to gorgeous multi-volume hardcover sets with embossed details, I compiled 10 things a cataloger would appreciate in a self-published family history.
I love participating in the weekly SNGF posts from Genea-Musings. You can view the original post here. This week's prompt is: "Who is one of your relatives (ancestor or not) who behaved poorly during his or her life? It can be any time period." I would say my most 'badly behaved' relative would be... Continue Reading →
I love participating in Randy Seaver's SNGF series! You can find a link to the original post here if you want to participate. This week's prompt is: What goals do you have for your genealogy research, education and writing during 2017? Research Complete the entire 2017 Genealogy Do Over program from Thomas MacEntee. As I have... Continue Reading →