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Marthe Arends
A Blast of Bluegrass
Coming to the New World
Digging Deep into New England
Everton's Data Now on CD-ROM
Fascinating Articles on PA's Bygone Times
A Feast of Huguenot Histories
Finding Your Canadian Roots
Four German Resources in One
The Genealogist's All-in-One Address Book
Get a Piece of Plymouth Rock
An Image of Early Virginia
Important Immigration Reference on CD
Important Mayflower CD
Irish CD Review
Irish Land Tax Survey
Key Resource for Tracing Immigrants
A Key to British Ancestry
Life in Early New England
A Local Look at Bay State Genealogy
Local Perspective for the Ohio Genealogist
Luck of the Irish Researcher
MA Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors
MD Probate Records Offer Rich Material
A Multitude of Massachusetts Records
New Arrivals in the Big Easy
Census CD for New England
New Citizens in Philadelphia
New England CDs from Genealogy.com
New Jersey — Back to Basics
On the Conference Sales Floor
NGS Quarterly Now on CD-ROM!
NY Marriage Index a Boon to Researchers
On the Pioneer Trail
Passenger Lists Available on CD-ROM
A Personal Genealogy Library in an Instant
Pennsylvania Research Resources
Primary Sources from Early Virginia
Quaker Records on CD-ROM
Revolutionary War Pension Resource
Searching for Scots
Straight to the Irish Source
A Variety of Virginian Records
Virginia Genealogies #1, pre-1600s to 1900s
Volumes of Virginia Records
Was There a Doctor in the House?
Westward Ho!
Wheeling to West Virginia
Who's Who in Early America

 Tony Burroughs
Building Blocks of African American Genealogy
Obituaries for African Americans

Sharon DeBartolo Carmack
Discovering Your Female Ancestors
Family Legends and Myths
Finding and Using Published Genealogies
How to Write a Compelling Family History
Interviewing Mom and Grandma: Oral History Tips

Karen Clifford
Focusing on Research Goals for the New Year
On the Trail of a Credentialled Genealogist
The Research Cycle

Dick Eastman
African Americans in the 1870 Census
Complete Book of Emigrants, 1607-1776
Roll of Honor: Civil War Union Soldiers

Family Tree Magazine Excerpts
Coming to America
Discovering Your Female Ancestors
Fiddler on the Roots: Researching Your Jewish Heritage
Finding and Using Published Genealogies
How to Write a Compelling Family History

Myra Vanderpool Gormley
Building a Dream Library
Local Histories: Finding and Evaluating
Locating Ship Passenger Lists
Revolutionary War Military Records
When You Need a Professional Genealogist

Kathleen W. Hinckley
Eat, Drink, & Sleep Genealogy
Education Part I: Online & Home Study Courses
Education Part II: Conferences & Institutes
Education Part III: Magazines & Journals
Finding Ancestors in Periodicals
Holiday Gift Ideas for Genealogists
How to Become a Professional Genealogist
Locating Korean War Veterans
Online Research — Beyond the Keyboard
Ten Reasons to Join a Local Genealogy Society

Gary B. Hoffman
Who Owns Genealogy?

Kory Meyerink
10 Things I Could Not Live Without
Involving Family in Your Research
Obituaries: More Than Meets the Eye
A Primer for New England Research
Using Dictionaries in Genealogical Research
Why Bother? The Value of Documentation

Michael Neill
Before Your Trip: Doing Your Homework
Choosing Your Family Book's Focus
Discrepancy Charts — Organizing the Inconclusive
Final Resting Place — Military Cemeteries
Finding Family in Court Records
Just the Facts!
Preparing for a Genealogical Conference
Service to the Cause
Time-Saving Tips for Genealogists

Lyman D. Platt
Church Records in the U.S.
Irish Research
Oral Histories
Using Photos in Your Research

 
Donna Przecha
1900 Census — The Missing Link
Another Sort of A to Z — Your Filing System
Breaking the Medical Code
But I Don't Speak the Language
Creating a Family History Book
Deja Vu — Revisiting Your Research
European Migration & Your Family Origins
Finding Female Ancestors
Genealogy & Travel
The Importance of Given Names
Impossible and Improbable
Indexes: How to Use Them
Locating Published Genealogies
Look Outside Your Family to Find Ancestors
Maps in Family Research
Marriage in the Modern Age
Missing Fathers
Notes on Naturalization
Peeling the Big Apple
Preserving Your Research
Researching in England
Secrets of the Census
Spelling Doesn't Count
They Changed Our Name at Ellis Island
This Year I Am Going To...
Tracing Your Health History
Using Timelines in Your Research
Wills and Testaments
You Can Go Home Again: Immigrants Who Went Back

Carla Ridenour
Packing for a Genealogical Journey

Maureen Taylor
All About Adoption Research
Establishing an Immigration Timeframe
Family History in the Classroom
Family History Summer Fun for Kids
Follow the Clues — Dating Your Photos
Gathering Family Memories
Photographs and the Holidays
Tips for Photographing Gravestones

Edith Wagner
Encouraging Family to Volunteer at the Reunion
Family Reunion Fundraising
Icebreakers: Warming up the Family
Ideas for Activities and Themes
Invite Your Ancestors to Your Family Reunion
It's a Date! Picking a Reunion Day
Learning from Your Reunion
More About Where to Have Your Reunion
Planning for Happy Holiday Reunions
Quilts and Cookbooks — More Fundraising
Reunion Day: Managing the Event & Time
Reunion Gs: Genealogy & Golf
Reunions: The Next Generation
Reunion Volunteers Will Get It Done
Ruling the Reunion
Sharing Family Research at a Reunion
Thinking About a Reunion?
Timing Your Family Reunion
Tips for Reunion Days
What Should We Do at the Reunion?
Where in the World Will Your Reunion Be?

Raymond S. Wright III
Ancestors in Published Passenger Lists
The Basics
Compiled Sources
Effective Interviews
Evaluating Written and Oral Evidence
Federal and State Records
Finding Ancestors in Records
Gazetteers and Atlases
Local Records
More Ancestors in Published Passenger Lists
People as Sources for Family History
Preparing to Interview a Witness
Searching in Original U.S. Passenger Lists
Searching in European Emigrant Records
Social Security Records
Your Family in Print

Guest Authors
1900: A Year in the Life of America
After the Click, Leave a Message
African-American Research Tips
American Surnames
Cemeteries — Not Just for Halloween Anymore
Digging out from the Paper Pile
Discovering Your Ancestor's Religion
Every Ten Years
Expert Advice: Running a Family Association
Family Associations 101
Family History and Ethnic Genealogy
Family History Begins at Home
Family History CD Review
Family Traditions: The Ties That Bind
The Famous and Infamous
Finding Records of U.S. Military Service
Finding Your Ancestors in Ireland
Finding Your Way in the National Archives
A Genealogist's Post-Vacation Checklist
Get Nosy with Aunt Rosie
Guidelines for Reading Old Documents
Heirloom Hints
Irish Resources
Just for the Health of It
A Little Help from Your Friends
Making Sense of the U.S. Census
More About Immigration and Migration
Offerings at the DAR and SAR Libraries
Organizing Oral History Information
Organizing Your Research
Packing for a Genealogical Journey
Protecting Family Memories from Time
Publishing a One-family Periodical
Restoring Damaged Photographs
Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants
The Size and Shape of Your Reunion
Social Security Sleuthing
Sourcing — The Key to Your Family Detective Work
Spring Cleaning, Genealogy Style
Step-by-Step: Documenting Your Sources
Tips for Reading Old Records, Part 1
Tips for Reading Old Records, Part 2
The Weekend Genealogist
What Is a First Cousin, Twice Removed?
Writing Letters That Get Results

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