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Oregon Burial Site Guide – Available for only the P&H Charge! #Genealogy

I received the following note from my friend, Jan Healy. If you have Oregon research, this is a really good deal! This book is beautifully done, and they are basically giving them away. You’ll never beat the price. Press release – Oregon Burial Site Guide: We are losing our warehouse space the end of July. […]

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The Georgia Frontier; Three Volume Set — 15% OFF

The Georgia Frontier; Three Volume Set, by Jeannette Holland Austin Volume I: Colonial Families to the Revolutionary War Volume II: Revolutionary War Families to the Mid-1880 Volume III: Descendents of Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina Families Following General James Oglethorpe’s initial settling of Europeans from England, Scotland, and the Palatine to the Georgia Colony […]

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An Index to the New UDC CSA Ancestor Album

A few days ago, I received a few copies (now gone) of the United Daughters of the Confederacy CSA Ancestor Album, 2nd Edition. I got them from the publisher, Pelican Publishing Company, and they tell me that the book was printed in short run specifically for pre-orders of the book taken by the United Daughters […]

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Map Guide to German Parish Registers – Province of Pomerania I – RB Köslin – Now Shipping in Soft Cover

Over the last several days, FRPC has shipped the soft cover edition of Map Guide to German Parish Registers, Kingdom of Prussia – Province of Pomerania I – Regierungsbezirk Köslin to all our accounts that have standing orders. We are now releasing it to the public. The hardback library edition will be shipping soon, but […]

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Polish Roots is Now in a New Second Edition! 15% Off Sale Extended Through October 20

Rosemary Chorzempa’s Polish Roots has been the leading guidebook for Polish genealogical research for over 20 years. During that time, there have been numerous advances in Polish genealogy research. As all of my reader’s know, the Internet has made the task of locating Polish ancestors much easier, as more information and images are made available […]

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Free Guide to DNA Testing Download Available

Richard Hill is a well-known authority on all things DNA. A few days ago he advised me that his Guide to DNA Testing, which is posted online, and available free to all, has been updated and expanded. Richard also produced an excellent book a while back entitled Finding My Family. I recommend both.

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Lind Street Research Publishes a New Guide for Finding German Military Records for the former Kingdom of Hanover

I got the following news release this morning. It seems that Teresa Steinkamp McMillin has produced a guide to help researchers with ancestry from the former German Kingdom of Hanover. There are many military records dating from 1514 through 1866 available to researchers, all found on 130 rolls of microfilm at the Family History Library. […]

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Kansas Name Lists – Published and Online Censuses & Substitutes 1854-2012 – Now Shipping – ALL NAME LIST BOOKS, AL-KS ON SALE AT GREAT DISCOUNTS, Now Thru July 31!

Kansas Name Lists, Published and Online Censuses & Substitutes 1854-2012 with a selection of National Name Lists, 1600s – Present, is now available with a FREE PDF immediate download eBook. The latest in a series of books detailing Online Censuses & Substitutes state-by-state, this volume will prove to be invaluable for those researching ancestors in […]

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Pictoral History Book Proposed for Belleview, Florida

The following is excerpt is from an article posted in the May 22, 2014 edition of The history of Belleview might be able to fit neatly on a bookshelf in the near future. At the beginning of Tuesday night’s Belleview City Commission meeting, Tom Dann, president of the Friends of the Belleview Public Library […]

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Dropbox for Genealogists

“Are you familiar with Dropbox – a program that provides 2 gigabytes of online storage for free? Learn how to sign up for Dropbox, install the program and get started ensuring the safety and security of your genealogy research data. Seems too good to be true, right? Two gigabytes of online storage for free? And […]

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Mapping Software For Genealogists

Web seminars, or “Webinars,” have quickly become one of the most popular ways for professionals and companies to share information with large groups of individuals from across the country, or even around the world, without the high cost of travel. Webinars are just like seminars and among genealogists, Geoff Rasmussen is quite popular. Geoff is […]

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Blogging and More Blogging For Beginners

Pat Richley-Erickson, better know by many as DearMyrtle, is a renowned blogger and popular genealogical speaker. She runs a respected genealogy centric blog, is the co-founder of Genea Quilters, and is involved in many other aspects of genealogy, especially on the Internet. Who better to turn to when Legacy Family Tree wanted to do a […]

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Spotlight on Books & CDs Posted on FRPC Website, 11-24-2013

Spotlight on Books & CDs posted on Family Roots Publishing website, November 24th 2013 Legacy 7.0 Deluxe (with User’s Guide And CD) Legacy Training Video CDs – Volume 1 Legacy Training Video CDs – Volume 2 Mapping Software for Genealogists ; presented by Geoff Rasmussen – Webinar-on-CD Blogging for Beginners with DearMYRTLE – Webinar-on-CD More […]

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Books & Magazines Added to FRPC Web Site 11-20-2013

Books added to Family Roots Publishing website for November 20th 2013 History Magazine; December/January 2013; Building the Union Pacific Railway History Magazine; April/May 2013; Independence Hurricane of 1775 History Magazine; June/July 2013; Life On the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal The History of Railroads; compiled by David A Norris: from the Publishers of History Magazine Family […]

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Out-of-Style: A Modern Perspective on How, Why, and When Vintage Fashions Evolved – on Sale for over 37% off over Earlier Price This Weekend!

A few days ago, I got a call from the son of author Betty Kreisel Shubert, who has written one of the most helpful books available on the way folks used to dress. This large book is extremely helpful when we are attempting to date photographs. Ken explained to me that his mom’s book wasn’t […]

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