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Tenacity vs. Pusillanimity
Tenacity vs. Pusillanimity

By Holly T. Hansen Over the years I have had many people ask me to help them or give them some ideas on how to break through a brick wall on their ancestral pedigree. Enthusiastically, I listen to their questions and then take a look at the problem. At this point, I begin to make […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Family History Education, Newsletter

Create and Use Genealogy Charts
Create and Use Genealogy Charts

Written by Holly T. Hansen As you are researching your family history, be sure you create charts. It helps you and others make sense of where you are going with your research. Family charts have been created by individuals, governments, and researchers for generations. LOOK FOR THEM!! Genealogical societies and associations collect them and make […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Boots and Compass Research, Family History Education, Newsletter

Dedicated Uninterrupted Research Yields Positive Results
Dedicated Uninterrupted Research Yields Positive Results

Thoughtful consideration and pondering on the results of our many Retreats at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City has been encouraging. To see the difference one dedicated and uninterrupted week of research makes in the abilities and awareness for attendees has been fantastic. We have had beginners who were hoping to learn the correct […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Boots and Compass Research, Featured

Learn to Use Court Records
Learn to Use Court Records

Written by Holly T. Hansen There is a huge volume of court records in the United States that is valuable for genealogical research. Understanding how these records are organized and where they can be found is critical to using them in your research. The government of the United States was created by the joining together […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Research Tips

Ask-the-Pros: Get Expert Advice on Where to Go Next!

When you have a research question, “Ask-the-Pros” at Family History Expos. We offer you several options to receive answers to your queries: Attend one of our Ask-the-Pros broadcasts Read this Blog Submit your query to our online Ask-the-Pros Q & A Our online Ask-the-Pros Q & A is a free service to our subscribers. Simply go […] … Read entire article »

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Using Online Tools to Locate Military Maps
Using Online Tools to Locate Military Maps

Presented by James L. Tanner This information is taken from one section included  in our Beginning Military Research Guide. We expect you will find the links included here beneficial to your research. Although it is evident that there are a huge number of genealogically important source documents that have not made their way online through digitization efforts, […] … Read entire article »

Filed under: Family History Education, Newsletter

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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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