Family History Research

Wisdom Wednesday – Friday FGS Conference Sessions

Good morning! Let’s take a look at the wisdom I will gain from the FGS Friday sessions.

Records & Repositories at the Crossroads of America – Indiana Research

Demystifying Eastern European Research

The Value-Added Professional

Using “Correlation” to Reveal Facts That No Record States

Something For Everyone! Or Not? Establishing the Right Presentation Mix

St. Louis: The Gateway to the West

Some great sessions to learn about growing as a professional genealogist, locating new records and improving my presentations and presentation skills.

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My Genealogy Ebooks and Tip Sheets are Online!

My genealogy tip sheets and book are available on Nook, Lulu and Kindle. Take a peek! More tip sheets coming this year.

My Online Store

You can purchase any of my Ebooks from my online store here.

NOOK

KINDLE

LULU

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Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference

I recently joined the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) for my business, Generations.  FGS is hosting a conference September 7 – 10, 2011, in Springfield, IL. Registration has not opened but the listing of programs has been posted. I haven’t had a chance to fully explore the list but by quick glance I think I will have a difficult time deciding which programs to attend. My hotel is booked and I’m excited to attend. Are you going to FGS’s conference?

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HubPages

Part of my Generations business plan is to write and I am doing a lot of that in 2011. One site I began writing for at the very end of 2010 is HubPages. It will feature different things than what I post on my blogs for genealogical research and maybe I will branch out and write about raising twins and add tips on how to stay sane doing it. LOL! Check me out if you are in the Hub.

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