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Jun 18, 2022

If you’ve been wondering how to write and self-publish a book about your family history, my guest has answers for you!

In this episode author J.M. Phillips shares:

  • How to be a great family history storyteller
  • Her favorite writing techniques that help create a compelling story
  • What she learned about self-publishing...


May 11, 2022

In this episode you'll discover the best places to locate records that can substitute for the lost 1890 census. You'll learn:
  • what happened to the 1890 census
  • which parts of the 1890 census survived
  • Information that was provided in the 1890 census
  • the best substitute records and where to find them

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Apr 15, 2022

In this episode we're talking about this unique moment in time where we have access to the 1950 U.S. Census but we don't yet have the full index. 
 
The 1950 census must be indexed so that we can search for relatives by name, location and much, much more. You can help with this exciting project, and no special skills or...


Mar 9, 2022

When you’re working on our genealogy, you’ve got data and records coming from all directions: websites, interviews, archives, downloadable documents, and more. Some of it you’re actively working on, some of it you need to save for later, and the rest has already been analyzed and is ready for archiving. This...


Feb 10, 2022

Researching ancestors in another country can be a little daunting. Challenges include foreign languages, moving boundaries, and spelling variations. This is certainly true for German genealogy.

If you’re new to German genealogy or your research has stalled, this episode is for you. In fact, even if you...