Julie's Genealogy & History Hub

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Friday Finds – 07/11/14

Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve found.


New-to-Me Blogs

  • Nothing this week.

Online Articles

Website & Resources

  • New York Research – Via NEHGS; list of resources for researching New York ancestors.

Upcoming FREE Webinars

Date / Time Webinar / Presenter / Host
07/15
7 PM
Central
World War I Draft Cards
Tim Pinnick
Wisconsin State Genealogical Society
07/16
1 PM
Central
When Freedom Came – Documenting the Family’s Freedom Story
Angela Walton-Raji
Legacy Family Tree
07/16
7 PM
Central
Get the Most Out of NEHGS…From Home!
Rhonda McClure
Georgia Genealogical Society
07/16
8 PM
Central
How to Interview Family: Skills for Your Ears, Eyes, Brain
Susan Kitchens
Southern California Genealogical Society
07/17
7 PM
Central
Now That You’ve Found Them, How Do You Keep Track of Them?
Gary Smith
Florida State Genealogical Society
07/17
8 PM
Central
Presenting and Preserving Your Family History
Donald R. Snow
Utah Genealogical Association
07/23
1 PM
Central
Researching Your Illinois Ancestors
Thomas MacEntee
Legacy Family Tree
07/24
12 PM
Central
“Records Found” Case Studies
US Citizenship and
08/02
12 PM
Central
Crossing the Border: How to Backtrack an Ancestor into Quebec from the US
George L. Findlen
Southern California Genealogical Society
08/06
1 PM
Central
Researching Your Tennessee Ancestors
J. Mark Lowe
Legacy Family Tree
08/06
7 PM
Central
Using the Online Resources of the DAR for Genealogy
Lois Abromitis Mackin
Minnesota Genealogical Society
08/08
1 PM
Central
Research Recharge – Turning Old Clues Into New Leads
Lisa Alzo
Legacy Family Tree
08/12
1 PM
Central
Atomic Energy Commission Awards
Shane Bell
Friends of the National Archives, Southeast Region
08/12
8 PM
Central
Land Records in Illinois
Michael John Neill
Illinois State Genealogical Society
08/19
7 PM
Central
The Hidden Web: Digging Deeper
Cyndi Ingle
Wisconsin State Genealogical Society
08/20
8 PM
Central
Seven Strategies for ‘Finding the Hard Ones’
James M. Baker
Southern California Genealogical Society

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