Previous: Aug/Sept 2014
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What's New WorldCat?
Carol Richey gives us five reasons to take a closer look at the world's largest online library catalog
Top Genealogy Blogs: 2014 Edition
Tony Bandy shows you how to keep up with your family research via blogs
Online Newspapers: Add Color to Your Research
Constance R. Cherba researches
an 1887 shooting at the Sells Bros. Circus in Clinton, Iowa and recounts the events and eventual payouts to the victims and their families
"Nothing Further is Known"
Robbie Gorr examines using new resources to find long lost family members
Getting Teens Involved in Genealogy
Kellie Jensen explores the ways you can get your teenagers involved in their family history
Cleveland's European Ethnic Heritage Online
Amanda Epperson, PhD, looks at a period of 50 years of European emigration that helped shape the City of Cleveland
Probing Online Indexes at FamilySearch
Smiljka Kitanovic looks at why it's important to search indexes and registers to be certain you have found who you are looking for
Diane L. Richard looks at websites and related news that are sure to be of interest
Scanners: Have You Gone Portable Yet?
Tony Bandy looks at mobile scanner offerings for use with your family history research
In Genealogy... Never Assume Anything!
According to Dave Obee, getting to your research goal may require some creative sleuthing