New Magazines: Internet Genealogy and Family Tree Magazine


Categories: New Magazines

New Magazines: Internet Genealogy and Family Tree Magazine

Internet Genealogy October/November 2012, Vol. 7, No. 4

* "1940 Census: Deciphering Your Ancestors' Data in Context"

* "Jewel of the Midwest: A Review of the Columbus Memory Project" by Tony Bandy

* "Researching English Ancestors in Quebec" by Elizabeth Lapointe

* "Mind Maps: Free Your Mind" by Lisa A. Alzo

* "The Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner: Portable, Mobile Scanning!" by Tony Bandy

* "Name Variant Tools" by Diane L. Richard

* "25 sources for Death Information" by Gena Philibert-Ortega

* "Google Maps" George G. Morgan shows us how to visualize our ancestors' environment

* "Adventures with ArkivDigital" Amanda Epperson discovers a way to research records of the Swedish Church online

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Family Tree Magazine October/November 2012, Volume 13, Issue 7

* "Weekend Warrior" by David A. Fryxell. Seven genealogy projects are do-able in less than two days

* "Heirloom Hunting" by Sunny Jane Morton. A five-step reconnaissance mission for family keepsakes

* "Your Latin American Genealogy Journey" by Chris Staats

* "Researching Quaker Ancestors" by James M. Beidler

PLUS three articles on the theme: How to Research Like a Pro
* "Stolen Moments" by Lisa A. Alzo
* "Preventive Medicine" by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack
* "Genealogy GPS (Genealogical Proof Standard)" by Sunny Jane Morton

Note: These issues can be borrowed for 1 week. Back issues of most Prairie History Room magazines are kept in the shelf behind the current issue and can also be borrowed for a 1 week loan period.


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