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Treasures and The Truth: How to Record Family History, Part 3 of 3

This session of Treasures and the Truth goes over how to take videos on your phone of your family treasures, whether an object or memory and upload...

Treasures and The Truth: How to Record Family History, Part 1 of 3

Do you have family heirlooms and treasures that you don't have room for, and your children don’t want them? Do you have family history stories...

Treasures and The Truth: How to Record Family History, Part 2 of 3

Do you have family heirlooms and treasures that you don't have room for, and your children don’t want them? Do you have family history stories...

Expansion and Growth: Finding Clues in the Federal Census, Part 1: 1850-1870

In this session, Expansion and Growth: Finding Clues in the Federal Census, Part 1: 1850-1870, we'll explore how to explore federal census records!...

Expansion and Growth: Finding Clues in the Federal Census, Part 2: 1880-1900

In this session, Expansion and Growth: Finding Clues in the Federal Census, Part 1: 1850-1870, we'll explore how to explore federal census records!...

How Can Connecting with Ancestors Complete Us?

"Connecting with ancestors completes us" is a phrase I've coined after witnessing the transformative power of knowing one's family history in the...

Discovering the New York State Archives

In this session, learn how to begin discovering the New York State Archives! We will discuss how to access them and the nearly 26 miles of state...

Demo: Getting Started with FamilySearch Using the Logged-In Home Page

Are you new to family history and want some help getting started? In this video, Getting Started with FamilySearch Using the Logged-In Home Page,...

Studies That Prove the Benefits of Family History

Join me as we look in-depth at scientific studies that demonstrate the benefits of family history. Learning to recognize the benefits can help you...

Making Memories Last Forever

What constitutes a memory? And how do you record it in a way that lasts for generations? The answer is part of what you record, part of how you...

A Census Substitute: Electoral Rolls

The sorts of records available to us for research vary widely around the world. If you are used to researching in the UK and the USA you might find...

Researching Online in Yorkshire, England's Largest Historic County

A targeted guide to the amazing amount of material online and the dedicated websites to help researchers with ancestors from Yorkshire.  The county...