Digging Deeper into Newspapers.com

Digging Deeper into Newspapers.com

Grab your mug! In this Premium episode of Elevenses with Lisa we'll be digging for genealogy GEMS at Newspapers.com. Premium Members will discover exciting new research strategies. Barbara says "​This has been great - so many things I wasn't aware of." And Amy says...

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How to Find Old Rural Addresses on a Map

How to Find Old Rural Addresses on a Map

Have you ever found an address for an ancestor but been disappointed that it is just a Route number and a town name? Have you wondered if it is possible to figure out where they actually lived? The good news is, it is! I’m going to show you how to take a rural "route"...

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5 Top Tips for Searching at Newspaper.com

5 Top Tips for Searching at Newspaper.com

Learn how to find more about your family history in old newspapers at Newspapers.com. In this video Jenny Ashcraft from Newspapers.com joins me. She will share not only her 5 best search strategies, but also some amazing stories and items she's found that will inspire...

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Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 260

Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 260

Your Guide to the 1950 US Federal Census Are you ready for the release of the 1950 census from the National Archives? Lisa Louise Cooke covers how to prepare and everything you need to know to get the most out of this important genealogy record collection being...

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How to be a Forensic Genetic Genealogist

How to be a Forensic Genetic Genealogist

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a Forensic Genetic Genealogist. Dr. Claire Glynn joins me to talk about the field of investigative genetic genealogy, criminal cold cases solved, and the new Forensic Genetic Genealogy certificate program she has developed at...

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How to Find School Records

How to Find School Records

Discover how to find school records for your ancestors in episode 82 of Elevenses with Lisa this week. You may have a few educational records, but have you found them all? Most of us haven’t, and the chances are very good that there are still some gems out there...

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Which Genealogy Website Should I Use?

Which Genealogy Website Should I Use?

Deciding which genealogy website you should use doesn't have to be difficult. Lisa Louise Cooke will show you how to figure out which genealogy site is right for you. Watch the live show each week on Thursday mornings at 11 am Central. (calculate your time zone) ...

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1950 US Census Maps – How to Find and Use Them

1950 US Census Maps – How to Find and Use Them

In Elevenses with Lisa episode 79 Lisa Louise Cooke explains: How to find 1950 US Census Enumeration District (ED) Maps The purpose behind them and how to interpret the maps Ways to use the maps for your genealogy This is a follow up to episode 51 on The 1950...

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Premium Podcast Episode 192

Premium Podcast Episode 192

Genealogy Gems Found in the Family Bible with Lisa Louise Cooke   Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.   Download the audio file mp3 Download the show notes handout. Watch the video interview here.  The family Bible is an important...

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15 Freebies for Genealogy – Episode 77

15 Freebies for Genealogy – Episode 77

A ton of genealogy and family history research can be done for free. In this episode I'll share 15 fabulous free websites and what I love about them. These are essential for everyone serious about saving money while climbing their family tree. (Get your ad-free Show...

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Native American Genealogy – Episode 76

Native American Genealogy – Episode 76

Native American genealogy research follows the same path that all good genealogy research does, but it also includes some unique records along the way. It's a fascinating journey, and in Elevenses with Lisa episode 76 professional genealogist Judy Nimer Muhn (Lineage...

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What to do with Inherited Genealogy – Episode 74

What to do with Inherited Genealogy – Episode 74

In Elevenses with Lisa episode 74 Lisa Louise Cooke answers the question "I inherited the family genealogy - NOW WHAT?!" You'll learn: how to get started dealing with genealogy research that's been given to you organizational strategies incorporating the inherited...

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