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Issue: Apr 16, 2015

Genealogy HowTo - ShortCuts to Googling Success in Genealogy    by Cindy Carman

My husband says that he could search Google all day and not find the information he wants, but that I can search for 10 minutes and voila there is the page with the exact information for which he was searching. Here are the most successful shortcuts which I use in my Genealogy Google searches.

Ask Us - Canadian Genealogy Online - Part 9 - Prince Edward Island Research Resources   

Part 1 of Canadian Genealogy Online contained a general overview of how to research your Canadian ancestors and gave several links to online records. It included a description of when Censuses began to be recorded for each of the Canadian provinces and links to the online Canadian Census images and name indexes. Part 2 and Part 3 explored online resources for genealogical research in Alberta and British Columbia and Part 4, 5, 6, and 7 listed resources for Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador Research, and Nova Scotia Resources. Part 8 focused on Ontario online resources.

Today we will look at Prince Edward Island online resources for genealogical research.
Research resources for other provinces will be presented in future newsletters.

Just for Fun - Click Here for Humor -    A Good time to keep your mouth shut is when you are in deep water.

Reviews - The Family Tree Guidebook to Europe
by Allison Dolan and the Editors of "Family Tree Magazine"
   reviewed by Cindy Carman
Family Tree Magazine scores another win with its updated version of "The Family Tree Guidebook to Europe". I liked the older version so well that I thought this one couldn't beat it. I reviewed the older version in the April 2004 issue of the MyTrees.com newsletter. Comparing the two books I was pleasantly surprised to find that the new version was not just a rewrite of the older version. Though there were a couple of chapters that were close to being the same, there were significant additions to the newest version. For instance, the addition of new research tips and many more references to web sites that can make your genealogical searching successful.

Upcoming Events - CLICK HERE FOR MORE Upcoming Genealogical Events-
  

  • 18 April 2015, Huntsville, Alabama:The Tennessee Valley Genealogical Society Spring Seminar with presenter Barbara Vines Little, a noted genealogist and former NGS president.
  • 18-11 April 2015, Columbus, Ohio:2015 Ohio Genealogical Society Conference with featured speaker Judy G. Russell, workshops and tours.
  • 25 April 2015, Terre Haute, Indiana: Indiana Genealogical Society will hold its annula conference at the Indiana State University Campus. The featured speaker will be Judy G. Russell.
  • 9 May 2015, Richmond, British Columbia: The BC Genealogical Society presents its 2015 Seminar with featured speaker Jill Morelli. Topics will include "The Push and the Pull: Emigration", "Discovering the Other Censuses" and "The Changing Roles of Women during the Civil War" and others.

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