July 2009 Podcast
July 2009 Podcast Show Notes
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In this episode:
Editor’s Desk: Organize Your Genealogy Life
News from the Blogosphere: Genealogy Wise
Top Tips: Reverse Genealogy
101 Best Websites: DeadFred
Library Spotlight: Daughters of the American Revolution
Best of Family Tree Magazine: Living History
Lisa Louise Cooke
The Editor’s Desk with Allison Stacy
News from the Blogosphere with Genealogy Insider Diane Haddad
Genealogy Insider and managing editor Diane Haddad gives the scoop on Genealogy Wise, the new social networking Web site from FamilyLink. Plus, learn about the new name for Ancestry.com's parent company (hint: it's a no-brainer).
FamilyLink Launches "Facebook for Genealogists"
FamilyHistoryLink to Shut Down
You’re probably familiar with the basic rule of genealogical research that says to start with yourself and work backward. In this episode's top tips segment, Family Tree Magazine contributing editor Maureen A. Taylor tells us how reversing that rule can deliver some great results.
which outlines five benefits to reverse genealogy with real-life examples, appears in the July issue.
101 Best Web Sites
Lisa chats with Joe Bott of
, a site that strives to reunite orphaned old photos with family members of the people pictured.
Daughters of the American Revolution
library in Washington, DC, is chock-full of resources and records—but did you know it also offers some useful online genealogy tools? Learn how to take advantage of the site in Lisa's interview with library director Eric Grundset.
Family Tree Magazine
Ever wished you could walk in your forebears' footsteps? Lisa talks with Family Tree Magazine contributing Nancy Hendrickson about unique ways to experience the lives of your ancestors, the subject of her article “Destination Yesterday” from the August 2005 issue.
Order the August 2005 Issue in digital or print format
Genealogy Insider blog
for all the latest genealogy news on a daily basis.
Pick one of the stragegies from Maureen A. Taylor's article "Switching Gears"
to use in your own research.
August 2005 digital issue
to take advantage of Nancy Hendrickson's tips and resources for finding re-enactments, living history events and other ways to experience history firsthand.
DAR Web site
to search the library catalog–and identify resources relevant to your research.
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