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My 1992 article on the Prince Albert branch of Sask Genealogical Society

I'm taking the writing course in September, and one of the first things we're asked to do is talk about our writing experience. That reminded me about this story from 17 Oct 1992 that I wrote for the Prince Albert Daily Herald. It was three weeks into my first job after graduating from journalism school. Apparently, I hadn't yet learned the difference between "that" and "which." Oh, and I took the photo, too. …See More
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Jun 17
Drew von Hasselbach replied to genealogicalstudies.com's discussion Intermediate Level Courses in the group General Methodology
"Here's something I did for work the other day. I thought I'd share it because it shows how I put my training to some practical use! The issue I've seen "oldest person" stories before, but the records aren't always…"
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Nov 7, 2021
Drew von Hasselbach commented on genealogicalstudies.com's group General Methodology
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Oct 25, 2021
Drew von Hasselbach commented on genealogicalstudies.com's group General Methodology
"@Gaynol ... That's a great solution, especially because I tend to use Google docs, which doesn't have a small caps feature like Word or Pages. Simply lowering the font size for any surname text that is typed in all caps would look less…"
Sep 4, 2021
Drew von Hasselbach commented on genealogicalstudies.com's group General Methodology
"Hello. The methodology part 4 materials say we should capitalize surnames. I remember when that was a thing with older programs, like PAF. But is this still considered a best practice? I know familysearch.org now asks for "normal…"
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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Hasselbach, Hahn, Anderson, Schlenther, Lengert, Buchholz, Rowe, Eisler, Memerty, Gelpcke
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Saxony, Bukowina, Volhynia
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Intermediate Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Interested since childhood

Drew von Hasselbach's Blog

My 1992 article on the Prince Albert branch of Sask Genealogical Society

Posted on August 10, 2022 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

I'm taking the writing course in September, and one of the first things we're asked to do is talk about our writing experience. That reminded me about this story from 17 Oct 1992 that I wrote for the Prince Albert Daily Herald. It was three weeks into my first job after graduating from journalism school. Apparently, I hadn't yet learned the difference between "that" and "which." Oh, and I took the photo, too. …

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