How to build your Family Tree

I was recently inspired during a trip to one of the states of my ancestors, The Great State of Louisiana. Louisiana is also know as "The Sportsman's Paradise".  Growing up my  grandfather, Thomas Cleveland (II),  was an avid hunter and fisherman. He kept hunting dogs and routinely went away to hunt with his friends. He... Continue Reading →

Resources – Varied

As I talk with genealogists or teach classes people will frequently ask me, "Where did you find that (information)?" or "Where did that come from?". As a historian,  genealogist and librarian I consistently document my sources. It's important to give credit to the person who found the info or transcribed the document. It's also great... Continue Reading →

Black Newspaper Resources

A few weeks ago I attended a wonderful Genealogy Seminar in Atlanta. There was a lot of great information. The one tidbit I'm going to discuss today is a great resource on  Black Newspapers . This site is maintained by  Matthew F. Delmont. Black Newspapers are a wonderful glimpse into the culture and community of a particular... Continue Reading →

9 Top FREE Genealogical Websites – Day 8

FamilySearch.org
This is one of the best free online resources available. Search millions of digitized and indexed records from around the world. Some results point to offsite sources for digitized records. Don’t ignore the Learn tab; it’s packed with keyword-searchable articles and online courses.

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