Turning Genealogy into Historical Fiction

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Genealogy to Historical Fiction by Bev Scott Going from genealogy research to a full length historical fiction novel is an involved and lengthy process.  This is the first installment in a serial documentation of the journey author Bev Scott traveled from reading yellowed documents in the National Archives to launching an historical fiction novel based […]

International Genealogy Guides

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International Genealogy Does international genealogy research sound impossible to you?  Think again! FamilySearch has some wonderful research guides on their website at https://familysearch.org. And everything is free of charge. With permission from the FamilySearch website, I quote below from their easy to understand explanation of what to do when visiting their guides. Each Genealogy Guide […]

FREE United States Research Seminar

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FREE United States Research Seminar, August 22-26, 2016 Thomas MacEntee, owner of Geneabloggers.com , gave me permission to share a recent post from his blog about this upcoming free United States research seminar. To quote: Classes Include: New England, Mid-Atlantic, Mid-South, Gulf South, Midwest, Great Plains, Pacific, and Mountain West Regions, U.S. Topics, FamilySearch classes […]