Thursday, June 19, 2014


Now available in the Genealogy Room:

Family Tree Magazine (July/August 2014)

• Better Together (innovative genealogy tools resulting from online partnerships)
• Five Questions with Curt Witcher
• WWI Around the World
• Positive IDs (keeping track of soldier identities)
• Going Over There (WWI timeline)
• Gold Stars (top 10 websites for WWI service records, casualty records, and more)
• Genealogy Adventure Awaits! (cross one or more genealogy destinations off your bucket list with a summer road trip)
• U.S. Census Workbook & Toolkit
• DNA Success Stories (busting brick walls with DNA testing)
• Hidden Treasures (finding roots in Bulgaria & Romania)
• Storing Baseball Memorabilia
• Now What? (questions from researchers who’ve hit the wall)
• Over the Borderline (map of Europe before and after WWI)
• Marriage License (overview by the Documents Detective)
• Online Calendar Tools (best, most useful apps)
• Finding Relatives in’s Unindexed Records

Illinois State Genealogical Society Quarterly (Summer 2014)

• Our Hero: the Life and Death of a World War II Aviation Cadet
• Scottish Research Basics
• Writing Home to Illinois During World War II
• Lincoln Funeral: Profiles of Pallbearers & Clergymen Involved
• Union Civil War Vets Buried in Bloomingdale Township, DuPage County
• Faces From the Past: Identifying Photos with Marge Rice
• Memories in Your Home
• Family Bible Records Collection

St. Louis Genealogical Society Quarterly (Spring 2014)

Note: They need volunteers to help prepare their quarterly. Contact them here if interested.

• Book Reviews
• Feature Articles in Other Publications
• Web Resources (Arphax Publishing Co.)
• Tech Tips—Staying Up to Date
• Using and Remembering Carl: a Cautionary Tale
• A Whisper in History: James McLean Thomson
• Who Was Jane Foster?
• Ezekial Lard: November 1765-1799 in Spanish Louisiana

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