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Megan Smolenyak announced that RootsTelevision would remain an active website. A few weeks ago she had announced its closing, but due to the outcry of the genealogical community, we are excited she has changed her mind. Here are some great features of RootsTelevision.
The Federation of Genealogical Societies invites you to the 2010 FGS Conference in Knoxville, TN. The theme this year is “Rediscoering American’s First Frontier”! Come join the fun, learn and network with other genealogists.
The Geneabloggers have come up with their 2010 theme thanks to Amy Coffin. For those who have time in their schedules to blog, this weekly suggestion gives them something to write about.I have enjoyed participating in last year’s blogging and Week 1 of this year. Here is Week 3’s blog.
Genealogical Societies have noticed a decline in their membership with the economy having most of us tightening our financial belts. Those in leadership positions are questioning what they as a society can do to promote their membership and make others feel their monies are well spent in joining their Society, whether they live nearby or out of state/country.
Many of us are writing our Genea-lists out for the upcoming year. Educational opportunities will be somewhere on that list for most of us. I want to suggest a genealogy educational idea to add to your list.
A family history gift is a special way to tell someone how much you care for them. Sometimes finding that unique gift is hard to do. There are gifts you can get for the “genealogy addict” that will make them smile. They will appreciate your thinking of them and their passion in doing their family history.
The Association of Graveyard Rabbits is an organization I have recently heard a lot about. Not really knowing what was all about, I decided to do some research to learn more about it and inform you.
This is the conclusion of the Richard Hightower “Champion” Cox articles written by Dr. Larry Cox.
Ancestry Magazine is published bimonthly by Ancestry.com since 1982. You can subscribe to this informative magazine whether you subscribe to the online Ancestry.com or not. For a sampling of what this magazine has to offer you can visit Ancestry Magazine.
I have been a subscriber to Ancestry Magazine and love reading their articles. Each issue is packed full of informative articles that seem to be written just for me; I am always amazed how their articles seem to answer questions on research problems I was having that month!
Family History Consultants for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are called to this position to help members develop the skills needed to identify their ancestors. One of the ways to do this is meet with your members and provide fun interactive ways to learn about Family History and Temple related topics.