Julie's Genealogy & History Hub

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Friday Finds – 03/06/15 (A Day Late)

Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve found, such as new blogs, interesting posts/articles, useful websites and resources, and of course upcoming webinars.


New-to-Me Blogs

Online Articles

Print Articles

  • Nothing this week.

Website & Resources

  • Illinois Boys in Blue – “The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library in Springfield, Illinois is the repository for photographs of more than 8,000 Illinois soldiers who served in the Civil War.  All of these images have been scanned and are in the process of being cataloged and added to [this online collection].”

Recently Read Books

  • Currently reading I Would Have Searched Forever, by Sandy Musser.
  • Finished reading Luxemburger immigrants to Aurora:  The Story of the Nineteenth Century Influx of Luxemburger Immigrants and Their Role in Aurora’s Development, by Joseph Lies.
  • Finished reading Searching, by Carol Schaefer.

Upcoming FREE Webinars

Date / Time Webinar / Presenter / Host
03/10
8 PM
Central
Finding Your Femme Fatales: Exploring the Dark Side of Female Ancestors
Lisa Alzo
Illinois State Genealogical Society
03/11
8 PM
Central
Crafting Ancestor Profiles from Start to Finish
Lisa Alzo
Legacy Family Tree
03/17
7 PM
Central
The New and Improved Wisconsin Historical Society Website
Lori Bessler
Wisconsin State Genealogical Society
03/17
8 PM
Central
Are You Ready to be a Professional Genealogist?
Paula Stuart-Warren
Association of Professional Genealogists
03/18
1 PM
Central
Irish Genealogical Records in the 17th-19th Centuries
Judith Eccles Wight
Legacy Family Tree
03/18
8 PM
Central
Get the Scoop on Your Family History with Newspapers
Lisa Louise Cooke
Southern California Genealogical Society
03/19
7 PM
Central
Attacking Brick Walls Using Technology and Traditional Methods
Claire V. Brisson-Banks
Florida State Genealogical Society
03/25
1 PM
Central
Where Does It Say That? Learning to Love Indirect Evidence
Chris Staats
Legacy Family Tree
03/26
2 PM
Central
African American Resources at NEHGS
Meaghan E. H. Siekman
New England Historic Genealogical Society

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