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November 2018 Blog Posts (12)

Finishing up Methodology Part 1

Shannon Bennett, Student with The National Institute for Genealogical Studies

I came to the world of genealogy just over three years ago. That is not to say that I was not interested for years before that, but that is when the stars finally aligned and lead me to this path. My little girl dream of participating in the “grown-up” world of family storytelling (aka genealogy) had come true.…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 29, 2018 at 9:00am — No Comments

Congratulations!!!

Please join us in a round of applause to CONGRATULATE our newest graduates. …

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 26, 2018 at 4:54pm — No Comments

Growing Your Genealogy Business

When, why, and how to grow your genealogy business are important questions to tackle. These questions may always be in the back of your mind, but unless you formally address them periodically, you may never take the necessary actions, or you may find your business growing in a way you do not like or are not prepared for. Some small business owners are content, and rightly so, with the size of their business, which suits them perfectly. Growing your business is not a requirement.…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 26, 2018 at 11:00am — No Comments

Who's the Informant?

Once we verify the type of source we are looking at we need to evaluate the information found in that source. Then, after all of the information, we have obtained from our sources has been evaluated and analyzed, it becomes evidence to help answer a research question.

According to the Evidence Analysis Process Map, information is based on the informant’s knowledge of the event and whether that knowledge is primary, secondary, or undetermined.…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 20, 2018 at 10:30am — No Comments

Transcription!: Methodology Part 1

Shannon Bennett, Student with The National Institute for Genealogical Studies

These last two Methodology, Part 1 modules nicely wrapped up this course. They covered resources for research as well as explanations of record sets. While I was familiar with most of these I did…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 17, 2018 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Incorporating Social History Into Family History

By Sandy Fackler, PLCGS (student) with The National Institute for Genealogical Studies

When I first started doing genealogy I collected names, dates, and places. I was a genealogist. Years later I became a family historian. Besides those names, dates and places, I wanted to know the what, when, where, and how. I needed the meat on the bones.…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 14, 2018 at 12:30pm — No Comments

The Search is Afoot: Methodology Part 1

Shannon Bennett, Student

Anyone who discovers a passion for family history also discovers an addiction that they can’t describe except to others who share it. Being able to describe what I want to do and why, is something that I have struggled with from time to time. I am sure you can relate. Which is why I was excited to see a description of exactly who I want to be written in black and white in the first pages of this course.

A quote from Ethel W. Williams…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 11, 2018 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Have You Heard?

A Surprise Savings you won't want to miss!

The big reveal happens November 14th at midnight!…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 9, 2018 at 8:30am — No Comments

Know Your Evidence

Evidence is what we use to answer our research questions and establish conclusions. Once we have evaluated and analyzed the data we find in various sources we need to determine if the information helps to answer our research question. If it does, we use it as evidence to answer our question and support our conclusion. Evidence is classified as direct, indirect, or negative, and each type can be used to…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 8, 2018 at 10:00am — No Comments

search genealogy (maclachlan)

I am still trying to catch up with Brian Charles maclachlan, in ref,to the Maclachlan clan. My great grand father was Andrew Cunningham Maclachlan, born in 1861 east Greenock Renfrewshire Scotland. He passed away in 1925 in New London Ct.

Added by ronald lee boysworth on November 6, 2018 at 12:33pm — 1 Comment

My Presentation Assignment: Lecture Course Final Module

Shannon Bennett, Student

On January 9th I gave my virtual presentation for Lecturing Skills Including Preparation. I was very nervous. More nervous than I have been in a long time, mainly because I knew I wouldn’t be able to see my audience.  That to me was the biggest hurdle. Not being able to gauge my audience’s reactions.…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 5, 2018 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Your German Migrant Ancestor

By Jean Wilcox Hibben, PhD.

If your ancestor was an auswanderer – one who left the area now called Germany – with a group of other like-minded individuals, he/she was an emigrant and might be found in any number of locations.

You are probably already familiar with the phenomenon of “push-pull” when it comes to emigration/immigration. North America was hardly the only option for those seeking a better life. For some, it was a “stop along the…

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Added by Angela Rodesky on November 2, 2018 at 2:00pm — No Comments

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