Sunday, November 13 – Monmouth County Genealogy Society Meeting
Lincroft, NJ– “Tunneling Through German Immigrant Research: A Case Study,” will be the topic of the Monmouth County Genealogy Society meeting at 1:30 P.M. on Sunday, November 13th at the Community Center, 72 Broad Street, Eatontown. Continue reading
If you’re looking for a great way to connect to history in New Jersey, taking advantage of the weekend-long history events should be on your list! This year, October is packed with multiple opportunities in over 80 locations in three counties.
Less than 10 days left to take advantage of the Early Bird Discount! Join fellow researchers from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, North Carolina, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina and Virginia at this one-of-a-kind event. Nashi Predky is the only genealogical conference dedicated to Ukrainian research in the US.
It’s September and this means Back-to-School for my family. However, for me… this means Back-to-Genealogy. While I slow down my schedule during the Summer to spend more time with my family, I look forward to the normalcy of our school routines.
Currently, my research calendar is getting busier and this means that I’m out to more research “hot-spots”! In the past month, I’ve made trips to county courthouses, the State Archives, and not-so-close libraries. What are your plans for research? Continue reading
“The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, the print disabled, and the general public.”
This site can be very helpful in your research process as it offer two areas that are the focus in today’s blog post – Web and Texts. While there are others—Video, Audio, and Projects – I’ve chosen the two that I think are the most beneficial for genealogists.
Week-long institutes are a gathering of like-minded genealogists who want to take their education to a new level. If you’ve never attended a National Conference or Institute, I encourage you to look into them.
This is my second year attending the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh held at LaRoche College in the North Hills of Pittsburgh. My choice for the week this year was “Your Immigrant Ancestor’s Stories: Writing a Quality of Narrative” lead by John Philip Colletta. Since I have a fair amount of immigrant ancestors both 20th century eastern European back to colonial, I thought spending a week with the nationally known Dr. Colletta would be an exciting opportunity for growth in my writing.