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“Up a Creek without a Name”
David A. Norris looks at how you might be able to identify creeks, streams, branches and other waterways often seen on old documents and maps alive
Genealogy & The Lawy
Judy G. Russell says "Don't Forget the Ladies"
Pre-Vital Records — Where’s a Person to Look?
Diane L. Richard suggests when the searching gets tough, look at alternate sources for birth, marriage and death data
Finding Fortune in Canada’s Other Gold Rush
Pat Javor reveals the difficult life of her husband’s ancestor who came
to Canada in the early 20th century to find his fortune in Northern Ontario
“Tracking Down Grandpa Graham”
Wynne Crombie sets out to find her grandfather’s grave in County Down
Nurse or Wife: An Early 20th Century Choice
George Matheson rediscovers his grandmother and her early life as a
nurse through family photos and letters
The Reality of History and Its Impact on
the Family Researcher
Russell H. Erganbright learns that you have to take the good
with the bad when researching your ancestors
DNA & Genealogy
When it comes to DNA testing, Diahan Southard says: "Just keep it simple!"
Advice From the Pros
Diane L. Richard gives reasons for why you should contribute to a genealogical publication
An Epitaph for Thomas, Emmett and
Sonya Tangsrud Dwyer solves the mystery of where three distant
cousins were laid to rest
Ten Tips to Bust Through Family History
Lisa A. Alzo offers some ideas to tap into your creative muse to
finally write that family history!
The Back Page
Dave Obee says DNA research is great, but don't forget your roots!
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