Ellis Island Records! BEST Search Strategies

Ellis Island Records! BEST Search Strategies

The free Ellis Island Passenger Search database is home to 65 million records of passengers arriving at the Port of New York from 1820 to 1957. Kathryn Marks, Manager at The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation explains the best strategies for finding your...

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Snagit versus Evernote Which One Should You Choose?

Snagit versus Evernote Which One Should You Choose?

Show Notes: Over the years I’ve talked a lot about how to use Evernote and Snagit. Both are amazing tools for research and make it easy to do web clipping. If you’ve been wondering what the difference is between these two powerful tools, or if you haven’t and you’re...

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Search Hack – Google Site Search

Search Hack – Google Site Search

Show Notes: How to use Google site search to search a website that doesn't have a good search engine, or doesn't have one at all. Google's Site Search will help you find exactly what you need! This tip comes from the hour-long Premium Membership "Elevenses with Lisa"...

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5 Genealogy Search Hacks (Premium Exclusive)

5 Genealogy Search Hacks (Premium Exclusive)

Elevenses with Lisa LIVE show exclusively for Premium Members. These 5 search hacks are going to move you into the category of genealogy search ninja! Premium Members can join me for the live show and join in the chat. Or watch the video replay afterward at your...

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5 Reason You MUST Look at Original Records

5 Reason You MUST Look at Original Records

Show Notes: When you find family history information online you MUST make every effort to find the original genealogy record so that your family tree will be accurate! There are 5 reasons to find original records. I'll explain what they are, and what to look for so...

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History Hub Tutorial

History Hub Tutorial

Show Notes: Are you trying to work on a genealogy brick wall, and you think the records you need might be at the National Archives? In this video, I’m going to show you a new way that you can get answers and hopefully get the records quickly. The National Archives is...

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