Genealogy Friday: 9 Sources for Native American genealogy

  Do you have Native Americans in your family history? Searching for Native American genealogy can be very difficult. Native Americans were looked down on and not acknowledged by the U.S. government, especially in the 18th-19th Centuries.  At one time, … Continued

Genealogy Friday: 3 Negatives of Published Family Histories

Last week I shared about the positives of published family histories and how important they are in providing clues. This week, I want to warn you about family histories. Don’t get me wrong—they are great!  Last week, I gave you three … Continued

Genealogy Friday: 3 Positives of Published Family Histories

I have several large nucleus families in my family tree. These can create huge files and become very overwhelming However, at least four of these families have had family histories and family genealogies that were written and published around the … Continued

Genealogy Friday: 9 Places to Search for Offline Resources

Last week, I shared some of my favorite online genealogy websites. However, just as important are the offline records you’ll find.   The online records are a great place to start, but to delve deeper into your search and find out … Continued

Genealogy Friday: Online Genealogy Records

There are many sites that offer online records for genealogy research, today. These sites can save many hours of paging through census records or other records that are online. Some of these sites are better than others.  Some of these … Continued