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Family History Survey Results

A couple of months ago I set out to gather more information about the general level of interest in family history by creating a short online survey. 666 more words

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Online Genealogy: Tips for Getting the Most Out of Search Engines

Part I.  A Look Under the Search Engine Hood

There are two types of search engines we use frequently in online genealogical research: Internet and database. 882 more words

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Genealogy Hobbyist Survey

I have done more than a bit of research to try to find meaningful (freely available) statistics about who is into genealogy. Sadly, I’ve found very little information on this subject. 148 more words

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Sudoku as a Genealogical Tool

Okay, maybe I’m a bit off the wall with this one, but I truly believe that completing Sudoku puzzles is a good way to develop your genealogical skills. 1,084 more words

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Kemptville Pirate's Day

Pearce Heritage Research Associates will be attending Kemptville’s 2nd annual Pirate’s Day on Saturday, September 15, 2012! The featured pirate this year is Blackbeard. To commemorate this event, PHRA has produced a 56-page booklet about Blackbeard the Pirate, aka Captain Edward Teach. 84 more words

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Miss Anne Powell Travels to Detroit, Pt. II

I hope that you have read the Captain Richard Duncan biography at the Biographi.ca website . By now you might be asking, “why do I have to do homework to read this blog?”. 1,284 more words

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