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Preparing for RootsTech 2018 - A Few Tips

RootsTech 2018 is coming right up.

I will be attending once again this year and I can’t wait!  Many of my plans are taken care of, but I’m still working on the two most important items: 1,026 more words


SLIG 2018: Getting around town

If you’re not a local, or even if you are and you don’t want to worry about bringing a car, you’ll be glad to know Salt Lake City has great public transportation as well as Uber and Lyft options.    299 more words

Conferences And Workshops

Family History Library Online Classes for January

The Family History Library has released their January class schedule and it’s impressive:

If your New Year’s resolutions include free, how-to family history classes, then look no further than the array of webinars and classes offered by the 

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Repository: The place where a source can be found. (i.e.: Library, FHC etc.) (Definition from genealogy-quest.com)


Resources at the Family History Library

Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, Kemp and Associates seeks out and identifies heirs to estates. Kemp and Associates takes advantage of its proximity to the Family History Library, the world’s largest genealogical research center, to find resources to aid in the identification of lost family members. 168 more words

Kemp & Associates

On the Trail of Territorial Records

The early U.S. Territorial Period was 1821-1845, but the eventual Territorial Period lasted until 1912, when Arizona and New Mexico were admitted as states.

Where can you find territorial records? 286 more words

Research Tips

Free Family History Library Classes and Webinars for April 2017

The Family History Library has announced their free classes and webinars for April. Taught by library specialists, they include sessions for beginner to intermediate level researchers. 11 more words