Friday, January 15, 2016

Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for January 15, 2016


My Fab Finds for this week are (in no particular order)
  1. We Still Need Family History Centers! by Peggy Lauritzen, author of Anxiously Engaged
  2. Goal for 2016 – Becoming an Accredited Genealogist by Diana Elder for Family Locket
  3. How Could I Miss That Clue for Agnes Anderson? by Devon Noel Lee, author of A Patient Genealogist
  4. A Growing Source for Free Genealogy: Digital Public Library of America by Amy Johnson Crow, author of Amy Johnson Crow Blog
  5. Matrilineal Motivation Monday: Blurb Book for Mom by Amanda Pape, author of ABT UNK
  6. 12 Things You Will See from FamilySearch in 2016 by Steve Anderson for FamilySearch Blog
  7. School Records, Even if Your Ancestor Didn't Attend School by Melissa Barker, author of A Genealogist In The Archives
  8. I'm STILL Not Who I Thought I Was... Thanks DNA by Nicholas Weerts, author of The Dead Relative Collector
  9. Here’s to a year of family history research, tearing down some brick walls and a cool new website! by Cindy Freed, author of Genealogy Circle
  10. Becoming a Certified Genealogist - An Update by Lori Samuelson, author of Genealogy At Heart
  11. Dear Randy: How Do You Use Your Smartphone to Do Genealogy? by Randy Seaver, author of Genea-Musings
  12. Accentuate the Positive Geneameme 2015 - GeniAus reflects by Jill Ball, author of GeniAus
  13. If You Don’t Put It Online – Your Descendants Will Not Find It! by Thomas Jay Kemp for GenealogyBank Blog
  14. How To Do Genealogy When You Eyesight is Failing You? by Barbara Poole, author of Life From The Roots
  15. Win a copy of the new book The Family Tree Polish, Czech & Slovak Genealogy Guide from Shop Family Tree by Thomas MacEntee, author of GeneaBloggers
  16. Case Study: 5 Steps to Identify a Family Photograph AND How to Date Photographs Using Tax Stamps by Lisa Lisson, author of Lisa Lisson Blog

RootsTech 2016 Related Posts
  1. Calling All Bloggers Attending RootsTech 2016! by Thomas MacEntee, author of GeneaBloggers
  2. A RootsTech 2016 Marketing Trio by Jenna Mills, author of Desperately Seeking Surnames
  3. Family History Library Construction During #RootsTech by Ancestry Insider, author of The Ancestry Insider
  4. RootsTech Survival Guide – 12 Quick Tips by WikiChicks Conference Keeper
  5. RootsTech Survival Guide: The Innovator’s Summit by WikiChicks Conference Keeper
 
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8 comments:

  1. Thank you, Jana, for the shout-out! I would also encourage your readers to look at the Blurb book I made for my dad about his 1951-55 military service, which is linked in the post about my mom's book (#5 on your list).

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  2. Thanks, Jana! Much appreciated, Lori of GenealogyAtHeart

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  3. Jana - Thank you so much for including my post! It's always a pleasure to be on this list!! I appreciate it!!

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  4. Thank you, Jana! It's always nice to be honored on your weekly list!

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