What happens when you take a writer, a genealogist, and a historical researcher and put them in a room together? What happens when they are the same person?
Roccie Hill began doing genealogy to find answers to questions about her family!
Where Liberty Dwells, There Is My Country – American Civil War – Letters, Photographs & News Reports written by Suzanne Meredith was a wonderful educational read for me.I thought it would be about the war, much like other military books I have read, but I was pleasantly surprised - Come learn more!
The International Society of Family History Writers & Editors recently announced the winners of the 2016 “Excellence in Writing” competition. We were very thankful for those who volunteered many hours in reading and judging the submissions. Come learn more!
Genealogy Basics in 30 Minutes written by Shannon Combs-Bennett was recently released. This is a quick guide to creating a family tree, building connections with relatives, and discovering the stories of your ancestors. Come learn more!
One of reasons some do family history is to join a genealogical, historical or hereditary society and/or organization. While each of these groups have their unique qualifications in order to join, most of them require documenting their lineage from the person applying to the qualifying ancestor.