This presentation evaluates cloud-based tools useful for storing, organizing, preserving, sharing, and collaborating on genealogy research, professional work, and society operations.
These are the video tutorials that I recommend for learning more about the 1940 U.S. federal population census, and what you can find out about your ancestors in this census.
Do you present or blog on genealogy topics? Do you crate genealogy instructional materials? Do you like to share your family history discoveries online or in print?
Did your ancestors or relatives serve in the U.S. military? Whether you are new to this research and just getting started, or you are a seasoned researcher who wants to learn more, if you live or work in or near north Orange County, California, you will want to attend these two November lectures I am giving about U.S. military genealogy research.
Last year I did something that I did not think I would ever do regarding my genealogy research. I hired another professional genealogist to research one of my family lines.
This introductory overview lecture explains Hispanic genealogy concepts, immigration to and migration within the U.S., researching your ancestors lives in the U.S. and in the homeland, and key reference tools for better understanding the records.