What To Do When Technological Changes Get You Down

What To Do When Technological Changes Get You Down

Feeling frustrated by changing technology? Here's a look back at a post I originally wrote in 2013 that addresses the mayhem tech changes can cause, and how a visit to a fast food restaurant changed my perspective on a particularly rough day. The "Mayhem" commercials...

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Is an Archive Really What You Think It Is?

Is an Archive Really What You Think It Is?

A lot of the best information about our ancestors' lives is buried in an archive--NOT indexed online! Melissa Barker explains what an archive is and how to find one that might reveal secrets from your family history. International Archives Day is Friday, June 9!...

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New DNA Ethnicity Chart: Display Your Heritage

New DNA Ethnicity Chart: Display Your Heritage

Just in time for Father's Day! This new DNA ethnicity chart design is a classy and cutting-edge way to share your family history. As wall displays, this is the perfect conversation-starter for your home or heritage gift for a loved one. There's a gorgeous new way to...

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Remembering Dad with a Family History Interview Video

Remembering Dad with a Family History Interview Video

Here's how to make a family history interview video. We'll walk you through an easy and quick process that will result in a professional quality video that you'll be proud to share with your family and generations to come.  My husband Bill does not  enjoy being on...

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Reviving a Memorial Day Tradition: Paper Flowers

Reviving a Memorial Day Tradition: Paper Flowers

Have you ever brought back a favorite family tradition from your childhood? I did that with a favorite Memorial Day tradition--revived with a little help from YouTube. Deep in the hollows of Virginia lived ‘Big Grandma’ with her nine children. She was a mountain...

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Ohio Genealogy Research and the Virtual Courthouse

Ohio Genealogy Research and the Virtual Courthouse

I have thoroughly enjoyed having Amie Tennant as a blogger for the past year. In her final blog post for Genealogy Gems she takes us on a tour of her home state's digital records. Then she will be turning all of her attentions to her own genealogical certification....

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