Call Us : 801-829-3295
Cart |   Checkout

Blog

Family History Expos » Archive

10 Ways to Find More Ancestors
10 Ways to Find More Ancestors

We truly enjoy assisting you to become a genealogical expert. For almost 15 years, Family History Expos has been sponsoring events throughout the United States. We are dedicated to facilitating family history education through offering events, handouts, Research Guides, charts, software, and more. Our new live broadcasts now allow us to serve more of our […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Expo News, Family History Education

“I Wanna Hold Your Hand”
“I Wanna Hold Your Hand”

By Lorraine I. Quillon I watch “Jeopardy” all the time and am constantly amazed when the topic is modern music and performing groups. They might as well be talking Slovenian! So for all of those of our readers who occupy an age group that recognizes the above title taken from a song and can tell […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Expo News, Family History Education, Newsletter

Capturing Dad’s Story
Capturing Dad’s Story

By Jennifer H. Johnson Do you know how your dad proposed to your mother? What do you know about their first date? How did your father feel about being a teenager? These are questions whose answers you may never know unless you ask. The best place to start your genealogy research is with the people […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Expo News, Family History Education, Newsletter, Research Tips

New Web Design and New GenTeacher Service from Family History Expos!
New Web Design and New GenTeacher Service from Family History Expos!

At Family History Expos, we are all about education and events. NOW, we bring the events to you at your convenience. Online live events, recorded events for online viewing, and local events by request.  We have scheduled 1 June 2016 for the launch of our new website design and NEW GenTeacher products and services. Watch […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Expo News, Newsletter

Ask-the-Pros: GPS and Family History
Ask-the-Pros: GPS and Family History

Thursday evening is the time to ask your GPS questions. Marlo Schuldt will be online with us during our Ask-the-Pros weekly broadcast. Marlo will be teaching us some fun and innovative ways to use GPS with family history. Arlene H. Eakle and Holly Hansen will be online to answer genealogy research questions for those of […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Research Tips

The Colors of our Lives
The Colors of our Lives

Written by Jennifer Hunt Johnson When you connect with your family you see how the threads of your lives are woven with those of your ancestors in a beautiful tapestry. The threads and colors from your ancestors and family blend together in a vibrant   kaleidoscope. Life is richer when we come to know the people […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Expo News, Newsletter, Tid-bits

Genealogists and the Gordian Knot or Alexander the Great Need Not Apply
Genealogists and the Gordian Knot or Alexander the Great Need Not Apply

Written by Lorraine I. Quillon At the beginning of Alexander the Great’s career, he entered Persia at the head of his army. Here he heard of a great king who had created a huge knot of rope. A prophecy had been made that anyone who could untie that knot would become the ruler of Asia. […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Expo News, Newsletter

Conference on German and Scandinavian Research
Conference on German and Scandinavian Research

Brush up on your German and/or Scandinavian research skills. We will be broadcasting live from Brookings, South Dakota this Friday and Saturday. The Brookings Area Genealogical Society and Family History Expos is sponsoring the event. Held at the Community Living Center, 625 5th Street, Bookings, SD. April 15-16, 2016, registration is only $35.00 for Friday […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Expo News, Family History Education, Research Tips

Cross-checking Your Data
Cross-checking Your Data

Not all historical documents are strictly accurate. Human frailties—including hearing loss, strong non-English accents, handwriting errors, and a multitude of other factors—can limit the ability genealogists have to rely upon historical records. It is also entirely possible that records were intentionally altered or recorded inaccurately due to a huge number of other possible reasons. For […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Family History Education, Newsletter

Celebrating Family History with Digital Illustration

Terri Kallio submitted how she celebrates her family history through digital illustration. Her submission has earned her a complimentary registration to one of our upcoming Ask-the-Pros Friday morning research adventures. We know that “Family History Heals” and through celebrating our family history research we can share the good with others. We asked Terri how she […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Expo News, Friends of FHExpos, Newsletter