Genealogy Helps #08

Searching for our ancestors has become a popular pastime, enhanced by the rise of the internet, which has made the task easier and much quicker.

And whether you are a beginner, researching a single person or an entire lineage, or more advanced, the tips you will find within the pages of this ebook will help you on your journey to understanding more about your ancestry.

Genealogy Helps #8 is 218-pages worth of research basics, interesting stories, historical locations, and international searches. It will also provide you with important information on;

  1. Site of Salem Witch Trial Hangings Discovered: Why It’s Important to Genealogists
  2. Why Some Family Tree Websites Don’t Work
  3. How to Network with Family Members Using Social Media for Genealogy Research
  4. 10 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for March
  5. The Biggest Genealogy Research Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make
  6. What to Do if Your Research Isn’t Getting Any Results
  7. 3 Ways to Make the Most Out of Your Census Research
  8. Free Genealogy Resources to Bring Your Ancestors to Life
  9. 3 Genealogy Blunders to Avoid
  10. Every Family Historian Should Focus On These Three Things
  11. The History of the Confederate Flag
  12. Women in the Civil War
  13. 10 "Must-Do" Genealogy Projects for April
  14. The Dangers of Being Careless on Citing Resources in Your Genealogy Research
  15. What are Railroad Records?
  16. Early Forms of Text Messaging
  17. The Wright Brothers: How They Became Aviation Pioneers
  18. What is a GEDCOM?
  19. Tips for Using Birth Records to Ensure Success in Your Genealogy
  20. The Birth of Lincoln Logs
  21. 10 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for May
  22. The Origin of Mother’s Day
  23. Leif Eriksson: the Famous Viking Explorer
  24. Who Were the Ashkenazi Jewish People, and Are You Related to Them?
  25. What You Need to Know About the History of the Television
  26. Genealogy Debriefing After a Genealogy Trip
  27. How Theodore Roosevelt Developed His Cowboy Reputation
  28. Is Tracing Your Health History Important in Your Genealogy Research?
  29. The Real Story of Calamity Jane
  30. 10 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for June
  31. Iconic Historical Landmarks Worth a Road Trip to See
  32. Understanding The Meaning of Your American Surname
  33. Finding Probate Records
  34. Organizing Tips to Help Tidy up Your Genealogy Home Office
  35. They Changed Our Name at Ellis Island
  36. Soundex: What It Is and How to Use It
  37. Researching Church Records in the U.S.
  38. The History of the Ghost Army
  39. 10 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for July
  40. How to Research Your Hessian Soldier Ancestors

There is much more besides, of course, and with tips and advice on things you may possibly have overlooked, such as church records, the changing of names at Ellis Island and other unusual places to carry out your research, this is one resource you don’t want to miss reading.

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