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What Did They Do and How Did They Do It?
Mary Kircher Roddy looks at Cornell University's HEARTH website; a great way to add context to your family history writing
Remembrance: World War I Centenary
Carol Richey looks at several resources that will help you research your WWI ancestor
The State of Scanning: 2014!
Tony Bandy looks at what is new in scanning technology and suggests ways to maximize your productivity
Distraction Free Family History Writing
Lisa A. Alzo reviews Write.app — a new web-based tool for writing in the cloud
Map Your Photographs: HistoryPin.com
Maureen Taylor looks at a popular website for genealogists and history buffs
Case Study: Tracing Frances Lamb Mims Wilson
George G. Morgan shows that even with good online sources, you should use original records whenever possible to confirm your results
Latin 101 for Genealogists
David A. Norris looks at common latin terms and abbreviations you might encounter in family history research
Diane L. Richard looks at websites and related news that are sure to be of interest
British Record Societies' Publications Online
Alan Stewart goes all out to point out many online sources for British Record Societies
Scapple: Your Virtual Family History Sketchpad
Lisa A. Alzo reviews a new tool to virtually sketch out your research and writing ideas
The Back Page
Dave Obee expounds on the benefits of Trove, a great Australian online newspaper resource