Rhonna Farrer loves photos; she loves the stories and memories that they contain. Farrer feels connected to her family through photographs. Farrer discusses what constitutes a "perfect photo" and the emotion and connection you can make just by looking into the eyes of those in the photos.
Genealogy. RootsTech can help you get started with, or delve deeper into, your genealogy and help you discover your ancestry. From helpful genealogy sites to the latest genealogy technology, the resources below can help you find your family in the genealogy records of the world.
5 Steps to Identify a Family Photo (57:43) Lisa Louise Cooke. Proven Methodology for Using Google for Genealogy (57:40) Peggy Lauritzen. Homespun and Calico: Finding Our Foremothers (1:00:27) D. Joshua Taylor. A Digital Treasure: PERSI and Your Family History (55:38) Robert Kehrer.
Photo Sleuthing January 30 2019. Genealogy 101 | Getting Organized November 16 2017. How to Handle Family Heirlooms Family History Is for Everyone: Kids October 19 2018. Photos with Rhonna Farrer February 5 2019. How to Store Heirloom Papers and Digital Copies ...
A high-res photo and biography. Downloadable Resources. You are welcome to use the PowerPoint template provided below as you craft your presentation slides. Please make sure your presentation includes one of the title slides and an end slide (various options are offered in this template). A disclaimer slide is also required and provided.
Metadata—Writing on the Back of a Digital Photo Family History in 5 Minutes a Day: Deborah Gamble February 28 2018. Online Genealogy for Beginners and Beyond: Lisa Alzo March 2 2018. Innovator Summit General Session 2017: Steve Rockwood You CAN Take It With You: Mobile Genealogy: Judy Muhn ...
The countdown to RootsTech continues, and we’re busy preparing for the best conference yet. We are thrilled that so many of you have decided to join us and the many fantastic keynote speakers, presenters, and exhibitors here in Salt Lake City.
Family History Is for Everyone: Kids. This is the first in a series of four blog posts designed to help you find fun ways for those of all ages to get involved in family history.
Have an antique, heirloom, or photo that you’d like an expert to look at? Now’s your chance! Bring in any small item or a photo of a large item you’ve been wondering about, and experts will tell you all about it. The Expo Hall will be open during the following hours: Wednesday, February 27: 6–8 p.m. Thursday, February 28: 9 a.m.–6 p.m.