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Our Family Heritage: A History Of Our Family

Looking for an easy and fun way to preserve the memories in the closest branches of your family’s history? Or, looking for a great way to get others in your family involved in the work? Our Family Heritage: A History Of Our Family is a great solution. The book also makes a great gift, and […]

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Two Beautiful Heirloom Charts

Genealogists love their charts. Why shouldn’t they? Charts are easier to read than paragraphs of text. While a chart typically provides only an overview of information, they can make excellent references. Charts can also be beautifully crafted, providing an wonderful work of art to any home. Larger format charts are often printed on impressive paper […]

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50 Family Tree Images

50 Family Tree Images is a CD collection of uniquely designed graphical family tree images. Each file is a different piece of art to which you can add your family’s pedigree and print. By adding family names to these artistic family tree renderings, you can create beautiful artwork for you home, office, or even for […]

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Paper Trees, Legible and in Color!

More than once, I have heard Leland, editor extraordinaire of the GenealogBlog, comment over the book Paper Trees. He always thought this collection of hand drawn genealogy charts was unique and great for the individual with the artistic talent to color and with good enough handwriting to legibly enter their family’s information. Leland thought such […]

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Hurricane Isaac’s Unearthed Coffins and Tombs

The following excerpt is from the November 15, 2012 the Times-Picayune. A few of Hurricane Isaac’s unearthed coffins and tombs continue to line the Mississippi River levee in Plaquemines Parish, some still standing askew near houses or amid woods. By now, though, the majority of the disinterred remains are back in the Braithwaite cemeteries where […]

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Our Family Tree — Create a New Family Heirloom

Our Family Tree: A History of our Family is a hardback, fill-in the blank, beautiful family history memory book. This 8.5″ x 11″ hardback book, if properly cared for, will last generations. Filled with pages ornately crafted to add a sense of style to each form, this book is a journal, a memory book, and […]

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Genealogical Charts for Research or Fun

Sometimes you need to inject a little fun into your research. Filling in a giant wall chart is one way you can have some fun and learn a little as well. The Genealogist’s Historiograph set is one such educational and relaxing activity. The package provides a two-part set, with each chart sizing in at 22” […]

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Generation Maps Becomes Family ChartMasters

I just heard from Janet Hovorka that Generation Maps has changed their name to Family ChartMasters. Following is their news release. Easy to use genealogy chart printing service becomes even more accessible Cedar Hills, Utah. — June 1st, 2011 — Generation Maps, the leading genealogy chart printing service, announces today that it is changing its […]

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Who Do You Think You Are? – Coming to NBC April 20

The following NBC announcement is directly from their website: Some of today’s most-beloved and iconic celebrities including Lisa Kudrow, Sarah Jessica Parker and Susan Sarandon are set to star in NBC’s new alternative series “Who Do You Think You Are?” premiering on Monday, April 20 (8-9 p.m. ET). From executive producer Kudrow (“Friends,” “The Comeback”) […]

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Printable Family Tree Templates

The following news release was written by Savetz Publishing staff: Seven new family trees and ancestor charts have been added to the Web site FamilyTreeTemplates.net, which offers family tree templates and blank genealogy charts perfect for researchers, young students or anyone interested in tracing their family roots. The site now offers more than 25 family […]

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