Monthly Archives: August 2016

When You Follow Ancestors, Know a Bit about Where You Are Going — THE CURIOUS GENEALOGIST

Our ancestors had a tendency to move around. If they didn’t, we probably wouldn’t have so much trouble finding their records. When you track people from state to state, you start noticing what holds true for finding records in one … Continue reading

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My Tips for Making a Photo Book — selfeducatedconservative

I sort of consider myself the unofficial family historian. I make about four photo books a year, plus two for my mom, and occasionally I make books for other family members. I scrapbooked for several years, but quickly found myself … Continue reading

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