How to Identify 5 Main Types of Old Photographs
Learn the characteristics of 5 old photographs to date photographs and determine when it was taken.
How To Find Your Next Genealogy Education Opportunity
Attending a genealogy conference - big or small- is a great way to further your genealogy education. But.... not everyone can attend a live event in person. Work, cost, and family obligations can send the genealogy researcher to seek educational opportunities online. These come in all forms - webinars, blog posts, videos, e-courses. Explore a variety of opportunities to sharpen your skills.
Want To Take a Peek at My Genealogy Bookshelf?
Have you ever wondered about your family's roots and the stories of your ancestors? Genealogy books can be an invaluable tool for exploring your family's history and learning about the lives of those who came before you. From historical records to personal memoirs, genealogy books offer a wealth of information and insights into the lives of our ancestors. Whether you're a seasoned researcher or just starting out, there's a genealogy book out there that can help you uncover new information and connect with your family's past. In this post, we'll take a closer look at the world of genealogy books, including some of the best resources for finding and using…
From Dusty Albums to Digital Treasures – Scan and Organize Old Family Photos
Your family's history is a treasure worth preserving, and nothing tells that story quite like old family photos. Unfortunately, those precious memories can often get lost or damaged over time. That's where scanning and organizing comes in! In our latest video, we guide you through the process of transforming dusty old albums into digital treasures that will stand the test of time. With our step-by-step tutorial, you'll learn how to preserve your family's legacy for generations to come. Check out the video now and start unlocking your family's past!