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Convict Research in Tasmania – Story of a Hangman
Gabrielle Morgan says if your ancestor was a convict transported to Van Diemen’s Land in the 19th century, Tasmania has records for you

Getting Familiar with Famicity

Tony Bandy tests a new online environment for managing your family history research

Census Enumeration Districts: A Source for Rarely-Seen Maps
David A. Norris highlights a resource with the potential of providing a nice selection of rarely-seen maps for your family history files

Develop Your Ancestor’s Story
George G. Morgan looks at resources for adding “color” to your ancestor’s life

Welcome to North Dakota
Carol Richey takes us on a tour of the many online resources available for researching ancestors who settled in North Dakota

Online Freedmen’s Bureau Records
Diane L. Richard looks at how a big push to digitize and index these records makes them more available than ever to those doing Southern research

Military Genealogy: Exploring the Fold3 Library Edition from ProQuest
Tony Bandy looks at a site that has long been a resource for individuals, but is also available via library access

No More Excuses! Writing Grandma’s life story on the go with the Scrivener for iOS app
Lisa A. Alzo shares how to write your family history from anywhere

Internet Genealogy looks at websites and related news that are sure to be of interest

The Back Page
Dave Obee says it’s the DNA age: we need to give in order to get



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