- Geneabloggers has many deals going on:
- “SLIG Registration Tomorrow” – on the Legal Genealogist by Judy G. Russell – This one is on my to-do list!
- If you are considering SLIG, you should also check out this post by Angela McGhie on Adventures in Genealogy Education: “Is The Advanced Evidence Analysis Practicum Right for You?“
- “FamilyTreeDNA Introduces Phased Family Finder Matches” by Roberta Estes on DNAeXplained
- “Original or Derivative Records: What’s the Big Deal?” on The Family Locket Blog – excellent read!
- “What You Might be Missing in Marriage Records” by Amy Johnson Crow
- “Take Time to Understand Online Records” on the Ancestry Insider – excellent advice!
- “How to Find Collections for Your Area” on Ancestry’s blog – do you utilize the card catalog?
- Two excellent posts about reasonably exhaustive research this week: “What Does ‘Reasonably Exhaustive Research’ Really Look Like” by Linda Stufflebean on Empty Branches on the Family Tree and “Should Online Family Trees Be Used in a ‘Reasonably Exhaustive Search’” by Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings
- “TGP 42 – Lisa Alzo and Eastern Europe Research” The Genealogy Professional Podcast with Marian Pierre-Louis
- “Dear Myrtle’s Genealogy Blog: WACKY Wednesday: DNA with Blaine Bettinger, 13 July 2016” – save the date for this one!!
- “Navigating Naturalization Records” by Lisa Alzo on Legacy Family Tree – FREE until 13 July!
- “DPLA Genealogy and Family History Workshop” by Tamika Maddox Strong and Amy Johnson Crow – 26 July 2016 at 3PM EST
- Legacy Family Tree has some upcoming webinars for FREE if you can watch them live:
- Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings has updated/new records listed for Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org
- “Virginia Tech’s Civil War Newspaper Collection is Online” on Dick Eastman’s blog – awesome!
- FindMyPast Friday’s New/Updated Records:
- United States Naturalization Petitions
- US Passport Applications and Indexes
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