Everton’s Genealogical Helper; Nov-Dec 2008; Volume 62, Issue 6.This issue includes a Net Family History section that features The Best German and Dutch Genealogy Sites on the Internet, by Jeff Bockman. If you are doing German or Netherlands 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 “the other places” where folks arrived in New York City as well as Ellis Island, political animals, 1968, and early scrap-booking.
The Hereditary Order of the Families of the Presidents and the First Ladies of America, By Margaret Moen
In this election season, Margaret writes about a hereditary society directly related to presidential ancestry.
Finding My Father, By Daniel J. Burns;
Mr. Burns tells of the search for his father, and reminds us to “never believe everything you hear.”
Be Cautious When Using Deed Indexes, By Jennifer Sheppard
Jennifer writes an interesting article about the possible pitfalls of deed index research.
Using Research Statements, By Robert D. Hennon
The late Robert Hennon proposes a few ideas that may improve your chances of locating your ancestors.
Dust and a Great Migration, By Richard L. Hooverson
Richard Hooverson writes about the “dust bowl” era of the 1930s, and how it caused one of the largest migrations in American history.
The 2008 American Community Survey: A Pre-2010 Census, By Donna Potter Phillips
Donna tells us about a survey taken of some households in 2008, a survey that acts as a pre-2010 census.
Canada Remembers the Arrival of American Loyalists in 1783, By Elizabeth Lapointe
Elizabeth writes of the 1783 arrival of loyalists to Canada, and the 225th anniversary celebrations going on now.
Scandinavian Questions and Answers, by Ruth Maness, AG</b>
Reading Old German Church Records - Part III: Seelenbuch & Familienbuch, by Kathy J. Stickney
Music Through the Generations, by Brookela Lutton
Fermazin (Poem), by Nanay Fermazin
Fred Eggert Drowned Crossing the Mississippi River, by Boyd Luenberger
Military Records & Information in the Prologue Magazine, by Donna Potter Phillips
The Bess Briton Michigan One-Room Schoolhouse Collection
Join a Lineage Society, by Starr Campbell
DMT - A Short-Run Publisher Specializing in Genealogy, by Leland K. Meitzler
CD-ROM Reviews, edited by Leland K. Meitzler
NET FAMILY HISTORY
The Best German and Dutch Research Sites on the Net, by Jeffrey A. Bockman
Your Geni.com - Plant it, Water it, and Watch It Grow!, by Keith Alan McCarty, Jr.
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.