Out Of Stock! Do Not Order!------------------------------- Everton’s Genealogical Helper; Jan-Feb 2009; Volume 63, Issue 1.This issue includes a Net Family History section that features The Best Scandinavian Genealogy Sites on the Internet, by Jeff Bockman. If you are doing Scandinavian research on the Internet, you can’t afford not to read this article.
It is the normal Genealogical Helper, with 176 pages, twice the size of any other popular genealogy magazine. The $7.95 cost when purchasing from Family Roots Publishing includes the postage to your home within the United States of America. Foreign customers - please email us for postage costs.
The following articles are included in this issue:
Musings and Gleanings from the World of History and Genealogy, By Richard Hooverson
Mr. Hooverson writes about Martin Luther King Day; Military Decorations and Insignia; Ode to Oxen and Deere; Press 1 for English; Who Was Who When; and There’s a Sucker Born Every Minute.
Stories Told in Stone, Cemetery Iconology and Gravestone Interpretation: A Genealogy Research ToolBy Gaylord Cooper
Mr. Cooper writes about the Interpretation of gravestone art.
City Directories: A Treasure Chest of Information, By Patricia Dingwall Thompson;
City Directories are loaded with genealogy. Patricia tells us where to find the data and how to use it.
The Past in Motion, By Gregory Peduto
Gregory points out how to save your old movies and electronic data.
Controlling Bias in Genealogy, By Robert D. Hennon
Our own biases have a distinct relationship to our ability to do successful genealogical research. The late Robert Hennon points out how to get around our natural inclinations.
France and Alsace – A Beginner’s Guide, by Glenn Lazarus
Using German Parish Records, by Gail Blankenau
The Duffields, by Craig Schultz
Honey’s Mishap (Poem), by Kagan Hoffman
A visit to England, by Ruth Knudson
Military Records: Follow-up & Trivia, by Donna Potter Phillips
The Quest for John Summers, by Peter Summers
The Man Who Would be Found, by Nancy Ronning
Saving Elmwood Cemetery, by Curtis Wolbert
The Museum We Call A Cemetery, by Starr Campbell
CD-ROM Reviews, edited by Leland K. Meitzler
News to Peruse, edited by Leland K. Meitzler
NET FAMILY HISTORY
The Best Scandinavian Sites on the Net, by Jeffrey A. Bockman
Build It and They Shall Come, by William Norin,
Online Genealogy for Beginners and Pros on Dynastree, by Christian Richtscheid,
On the Bookshelf, edited by Leland K. Meitzler
Bureau of Missing Ancestors, (free queries) edited by Hazel Mills
On the Horizon (Free Genealogical Event Calendar – unsurpassed anywhere!)
This issue is the normal Genealogical Helper, with 176 pages, twice the size of any other popular genealogy magazine. The $7.95 cost from Family Roots Publishing includes the postage to your home within the United States of America. Foreign customers - please email us for postage costs.