Aug 28, 2016
The news includes:
- The Federation of Genealogical Societies announces the
locations of its conferences through 2020.
- The Federation of Genealogical Societies announces a
partnership with the National Park Service for a new preservation
- The Association of Professional Genealogists has announced its
2017 Professional Management Conference.
- Findmypast announces release of Irish Outage Reports, and
additional Non-Conformist records for England & Wales.
- Drew discusses the wealth of new records released by
- The World War II Research and Writing Center announces a new
Listener email includes:
- Debra asks about genealogy software, and she looks for
recommendations for locating German records online.
- Eileen asks Drew why not use the to-do list, research log, and
other facilities of a genealogy program rather than other software
- Mike follows up about file numbering discussed in episode
- Mary Ann writes to say how much she enjoyed the interview with
Cyndi Ingle on the Genealogy Connection podcast.
The Guys review some fantastic books, just in time for the FGS
Conference and the Fall-Winter genealogy seminar season:
- Trace Your German Roots Online by James M. Beidler
(Family Tree Books)
- Map Guide to Luxembourg by Kevan M. Hanson (Family
Roots Publishing Co.)
- German Census Records 1816-1916: The When, Where, and How
of a Valuable Genealogical Resource by Roger P. Minert, PH.D.,
A.G. (Family Roots Publishing Co.)
- Stories from the World War II Battlefield, Volume III,
Writing the Stories of War by Jennifer Holik
- Stories from the World War II Battlefield, World War II
Writing Prompts by Jennifer Holik (Generations)
- Faces of War: Researching Your Adopted Soldier by
Jennifer Holik (Generations)
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