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NGS 2014 Conference App is Apptastic!

NGS 2014 Conference App is Apptastic!

The Who Hunter is excited to share with you a complete run through of the feature set for the NGS 2014 Conference App. If you’re using a mobile device at the conference, you want this app! Stay organized, connect with friends and find your way around all from the palm of your hand.

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Newspapers.com: A Second Look

Filed in On The Hunt, Reviews by on 21 March 2014 40 Comments
Newspapers.com: A Second Look

Unwilling to jump on the Newspapers.com bandwagon when it first launched, and pay Ancestry.com yet another subscription fee I chose not to add this site to my budget. It’s time to take another look to see if my opinion has changed.

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#genfair2013 Fabulous

Filed in Free, On The Hunt, Resources, Reviews by on 9 September 2013 0 Comments
#genfair2013 Fabulous

What can I say, as a first time attendee, other than I thoroughly enjoyed last week’s NARA Virtual Genealogy Fair? It truly was a fun, informative experience. Several sessions warrant special mention: Zack Wilske’s “Citizenship Matters: Bureau of Naturalization Files at the National Archives” was particularly informative.  As was Damani Davis’s “Genealogy and the Freedman’s Bank: […]

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Must Reads – The Legal Genealogist

Filed in On The Hunt, Reading List, Reviews by on 16 August 2012 1 Comment
Must Reads – The Legal Genealogist

Working with legal documents is a daunting task. First, there’s the Latin. Phrases such as corpus delicti, de jure (hint, it’s not the soup of the day) and non compos mentis are terms you may encounter in your family research. Second, Latin isn’t the only language the law draws on for its terms. And third, […]

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