An Introduction to the Family History Center of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints

Posted: Thursday - July 4, 2019 Author: Carri Story

The Family History Center welcomes all people researching family trees, from the most seasoned genealogist to the person just starting out. There are genealogical helps at every turn at the Family History Center: the staff of volunteers, microfiche/microfilm readers, computers, books on local information, a printer with a scanner, an on-site ...

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FamilySearch Wiki

Posted: Thursday - August 1, 2019 Author: Carol Moore

While searching records is necessary for finding family members, sometimes language, customs, names or locations that are not familiar can make understanding the records difficult and sometimes downright confusing! Enter the FamilySearch Wiki, the free website for finding information about subjects, records and places that connect you to your...

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Geneology Blogs

Posted: Sunday - September 1, 2019 Author: Carol Moore

Since you are reading this, you are aware of the information available in blogs.  Genealogy blogs are a goldmine of information.

The first blog that may come to mind is which hosts a genealogy blog resource list of over 3,000 blogs, information on educ...

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Citations: Evaluating and Presenting Your Sources

Posted: Tuesday - October 1, 2019 Author: Michele Doyle

The purpose of citations is to evaluate your evidence to justify the conclusions drawn, in other words, to "prove" your genealogical findings.  Looking at where the information comes from, checking to make sure there are sources, being able to find that source again and evaluating conflicting information are several reasons for citing your work....

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