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Evernote for genealogy

I gave a talk at the monthly meeting tonight about Evernote. Evernote is software that remembers everything so that I don’t have to. Given the powerful features that even the free version has, you’d almost think that it was designed … Continue reading

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How to find British colonial era military records in Library and Archives Canada

Thanks to help from one of my fellow volunteers at the AFHS library, I learned just how much is available from Library and Archives Canada (LAC). However, it was readily apparent that actually finding relevant information wasn’t the most intuitive … Continue reading

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British Columbia Genealogical Society online chat tonight

A blog comment on my post about online resources left by Diane Rogers at the BCGS pointed out that she hosts a monthly online chat. Log in and ask a question about Canadian genealogy, the BCGS journal or website, one of BCGS’ … Continue reading

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The Generations Project

While doing research on a topic that I’m crafting a blog post about, I stumbled across a “television show” that is produced by byutv, a programming production company affiliated with Brigham Young University. I put “television show” in quotes, in … Continue reading

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You use WHAT for genealogy?

I recently attended a great webinar given by Thomas MacEntee through Legacy Family Tree Webinars. For those of you who haven’t heard of Thomas MacEntee, he is a tech wizard and “genealogy ninja” who keeps abreast of the newest technologies … Continue reading

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