Family History for All Ages: Family. This is the fourth blog in a series of 4 blog posts designed to help you find fun ways for those of all ages to get involved in family history.
Photo ID. You might be asked to show photo ID at check-in to verify your identity, so don't forget your ID! Along with all the things you should bring, there are a few things you should not bring. These include: Recorder/Video Camera.
Photo scanning. Yup, that's it. It’s time to scan your photos, back up your digital copies, add metadata, and share them with your family! Learn more about digitizing your photos with these blog posts: Organizing and Preserving Photograph Collections, ...
Remember who you are. It’s a simple phrase but one with deep meaning. I have said it multiple times as my children have walked out the door—off to school, out with friends, on a date.
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6 Tips You Missed While #NotAtRootsTech. If you weren’t able to attend the Friday session of RootsTech, here are 6 tips that will help you as you research your genealogy.
Becoming a Find a Grave contributor is also something to consider. You can photograph headstones in your local cemeteries, help build out the cemetery map online, create cemetery profiles, fulfill photo requests, and transcribe gravestone information. For more on becoming a contributor, click here. PoliticalGraveyard.com
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