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Attention Mesa and St. George Family History Expo Attendees

Family History Expos is supporting the RootsTech conference February 6-8, 2014. We are not holding our annual Expos in Mesa or St. George this coming year. We look forward to seeing you at RootsTech and some of our other events in 2014. This was not an easy decision for us to make. But we are excited to see the St. George and Mesa local Family History Centers creating amazing events to serve the research needs in their areas. We know it is time to serve new areas where there is a need for more educational... Read More →

Midwest Family History Expo in September

Take Advantage of Early Bird Savings Learn the tech to trace your roots! If you are from the Midwest, have heritage in the Midwest, or just plain want to network with family history enthusiasts don’t miss this event. This Expo is especially of interest to family history enthusiasts, businesses and volunteer organizations who cater to history minded individuals and families. The Midwest Family History Expo is “THE PLACE” to network with like minded people. We look forward to connecting... Read More →

Weekly Tip: The Research Wiki: An Important New Tool To Guide Your Research

By Jimmy B. Parker Wikis are exciting tools to provide information. The concept behind them is that “we are smarter than me.” In other words, no one person can know everything about any subject. There is always someone who knows additional details about any subject that can be named. If we could combine our accumulated knowledge and make it available to others, we would all be better for it. Certainly, that is true in the field of family history. With 50 states and over 3,000 counties... Read More →

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Weekly Tip: LDS Research

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints began with a question a 14-year-old farm boy named Joseph Smith had about which church he should join. Over its 175-year existence the church has had a rich history that includes oversea immigration treks to the pioneer trail through the United States ending in the Salt lake Valley. As we look at resources available to those wanting to know more about their Mormon ancestors, please know that even if you are not Mormon, that does not preclude you from... Read More →