Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Internet Genealogy: Aug/Sept 2017

At a recent trip to the Ottawa Public Library at Centrepointe I found the most recent issue of the bimonthly magazine Internet Genealogy from Moorshead Magazines with the following contents.

Through the Night Gates: Portals to the Past 
Sue Lisk looks at six ways to open doors to successful research

Review: Telling Your Family Story with Pass It Down
Tony Bandy looks at a solution to the challenge of preserving treasured family stories

A New Look at Old Yearbooks
David A. Norris takes us on a voyage back in time to reveal the benefits of researching vintage yearbooks

Researching Irish Newspaper Archives
Joe Grandinetti looks at how black and white newsprint adds color to genealogy

Family History Comes to Life
Lynn Cassity shares a 1933 family journal using Personal Historian 2

State Encyclopedias
David A. Norris sheds light on a broad spectrum of online resources to assist in adding valuable context to your family history

Whatever Happened to Uncle Willie?
Robbie Gorr presents a Canadian case study of long distance research using online resources

NetNotes 
Diane L. Richard looks at websites and related news that are sure to be of interest

Demystifying the Freemasons 
Melody Amsel-Arieli looks at online sources to help you research your Freemason ancestors

More Websites Worth Surfing 
David A. Norris looks at additional websites that you might find useful in your genealogy research

The Back Page 
Dave Obee says look beyond the jargon of DNA to see the real results. In his opinion DNA testing is crowdsourcing at its finest.

On my visit I noticed again partnership in action at the Centrepointe library branch. Brochures from various family history organizations are neatly on display. A book on Leeds family history purchased for the OPL by BIFHSGO was on the display stand at the entrance to the second floor along with other books of interest for the history enthusiast.

Good job OPL Centrepointe.

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