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10 Lessons You Can Learn from an Oral Historian
Barbara D. Krasner offers tips on getting the best results when interviewing your relatives
Beyond the Book: Family History Card Games
In part four of her series, Janice Nickerson looks at innovative ways to share your family history
Military Research: Getting to Know More About My Father
Richard H. Goms Jr. recounts the different resources he used to find out what his father did in the US Marine Corps Reserves in WWII
So, How Did They Get "Polly" from "Mary"?
David A. Norris looks at how our ancestors' nicknames, diminutives, and monikers all play a role in our genealogy
Sound Genealogy: Beware the Sand Built House
Susan Davis Faulkner shares her story of why it's important to build your family tree on a foundation of solid, documented research
Time Travel Without a DeLorean
Time Clukey shows how to use an image scanner to get more information out of your photos
Diane L. Richard examines a neat window into previously hard-to-access non-native language documents, websites and more
The Last Sabinzer
Melody Amsel-Arieli looks at the research conducted by one man for his Russian Jewish Ancestors
From Feed Sack to Fashion
Carol Richey gives us a short history of the feed sack dress and other textile bag creations
Online is Fine...
Carmen Merrells says don't forget to look in "real" books for some genealogical gems
The Back Page
Dave Obee says, "Dont forget them when they're gone!"