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First FREE Weekly Webinar Fills to Capacity — Repeat planned

Update: Organize and Share Your Photos We want to thank everyone who has signed up and plans to attend our first webinar. Your response has been wonderful, and the webinar is full! Therefore, we have set up to repeat our May 15th Class on May 16th. History tells us that not everyone will make it to the class. So you can still try to get in on the 15th but if it is full come back and sign up for the May 16th class at 7:00 pm. And for those of you who were disappointed that you could not make it on the 15th this is a double good thing for you. We look forward to connecting with you on May 15th or 16th! Getting Started with Heritage Collector – Part 1  (Overflow … Read entire article »

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Don’t Miss the April Family History Expos Bonuses

Here are just a few reasons you don’t to miss an April Expo (we’ll be in Houston, Oklahoma City, and Albuquerque), registered attendees can take advantage of the following bonus items: Free personalized genealogy wall charts for attendees (made from your personal files) valued at $19.00 or more. Class Handouts Syllabus include materials from three Expos with more than 300 pages of research guidance. Free online class offered by Genealogical Studies valued at $89.00 Download, view and study class handouts before the event so you can come prepared with questions. FamilySearch developers, consultant training, and expert researchers from the Family History Library will be there teaching classes. Ask-the-Pros booth where you can bring personal research and genealogical questions to discuss with our professional researchers $50 value. Exhibit area filled with vendors who have unique products and services, … Read entire article »

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Weekly Tip: The Research Wiki: An Important New Tool To Guide Your Research

Weekly Tip: The Research Wiki: An Important New Tool To Guide Your Research

By Jimmy B. Parker Wikis are exciting tools to provide information. The concept behind them is that “we are smarter than me.” In other words, no one person can know everything about any subject. There is always someone who knows additional details about any subject that can be named. If we could combine our accumulated knowledge and make it available to others, we would all be better for it. Certainly, that is true in the field of … Read entire article »

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