Using Google Scholar for Genealogy (Premium)

Using Google Scholar for Genealogy (Premium)

Elevenses with Lisa LIVE show exclusively for Premium Members. Google Scholar is an amazing free tool, and in this episode, you'll learn how to use it for genealogy research. Not only will you learn what can be found, but I'll show you how to use the built-in tools...

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Premium Podcast Episode 205

Premium Podcast Episode 205

(PREMIUM AUDIO PODCAST) Save yourself future frustration and disappointment by putting an organization plan in place for all the types of genealogical items that you find. I personally use the organization systems that I am sharing with you in this episode, and they...

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5 Steps to Finding Marriage Records

5 Steps to Finding Marriage Records

Show Notes: Marriage records are essential to building your family tree. Here are the 5 steps you need to in order to find an ancestor's marriage record.  Watch the Video 5 Steps to Finding Marriage Records for Genealogy Downloadable ad-free Show Notes...

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What is WikiTree with Founder Chris Whitten

What is WikiTree with Founder Chris Whitten

Show Notes: When it comes to choosing an online family tree, there are lots of different options. It can be a challenging decision as to where to put yours. In this video and show notes article we're going to take a look at WikiTree.com. You'll learn what it is, how...

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Premium Podcast Episode 204

Premium Podcast Episode 204

(PREMIUM AUDIO PODCAST) Learn the benefits of digging deep into the places where your ancestors once lived. Discover what you need to find out about ancestral locations, and how to find the information. You’ll get a handy worksheet template with this episode. ...

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Self Publish Your Book!

Self Publish Your Book!

Show Notes: Have you ever dreamed of publishing a book about your family history? Although it's never been easier to do, there are some things to keep in mind and pitfalls to avoid.   In this video, Lisa Louise Cooke interviews Dale Spaulding, author of the...

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How to Find German Villages for Family History

How to Find German Villages for Family History

Show Notes & Video: Finding your German ancestor's village is key to finding the genealogical records you need to go further back in your family tree. In this session you'll learn: How and why it is important to know the "Heimat" because many records are kept on...

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How to Organize All this Genealogy Stuff!

How to Organize All this Genealogy Stuff!

Elevenses with Lisa LIVE show exclusively for Premium Members: We're going to cover how to put a solid genealogy organizational plan in place once and for all. I personally use these systems and they have proven to be reliable and efficient. We will cover 4 systems:...

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How to Export Google MyMaps to KMZ for Google Earth

How to Export Google MyMaps to KMZ for Google Earth

Show Notes: If you've created a MyMap in Google Maps, there's a lot more that you can do with it if you import it into Google Earth. However, exporting it out of MyMaps as a KMZ that can be used in Google Earth isn't really obvious. The good news is that it’s not hard...

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Researching to write a family history narrative

Researching to write a family history narrative

Dale Spaulding discovered remarkable stories when he was researching his family for over 30 years. But he got a little worried that these really uniquely American stories were going to be lost to time if he didn't do something about it. Maybe you have some of those...

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How to find newspapers in Google Books for free

How to find newspapers in Google Books for free

Show Notes: Google Books is known for having millions of free digitized books. But did you know that it's also packed with hidden old newspapers? Since newspapers don't typically appear in your initial search results in Google Books, I'll show you two ways...

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