Nov 20, 2010
Published Nov 20, 2010
Mesa Family History Expo
January 21 & 22,
Mesa Arizona Convention Center.
Winter Weekend Research Getaway - Effective Use of Technology
Thursday, January 27th - Saturday January 29th 9:00AM- 5:00PM
New England Historic Genealogical Society
99 Newbury St.
Boston MA, 02116
Thegenealogist.co.uk reached an agreement with The National Archives, UK to acquire and publish online the 1911 England and Wales Census. The complete set of 1911 Census records go live on Ancestry.com by county, starting in late 2010 and completing in 2011.
NARA announced New Options Now Available for Reproductions of National Archives Holdings
If you’re looking to order copies of NARA’s holdings – including copies now available in digital form – you can use one of the following methods:
Download the appropriate form from frpom the NARA website
Beta FamilySearch recently published its first digital Chinese collection, along with additional digital image collections from Belgium, Germany, Guatemala, Mexico, Netherlands, Philippines, and Puerto Rico. Twenty million additional indexed records were also published for Civil War and Revolutionary War collections and the 1851 Census for England and Wales.
Redesigned search system - 1100 finding aids will now lead remote and onsite researchers to more than 32 million archival items.
The National Library of Australia has launched a new version of their Australia Trove website and a user forum
The Google Earth and Maps Imagery team has just released another extensive batch of aeriel and satellite images.
The Baltimore Maritime Museum in Baltimore, Maryland
U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Get the complete picture of the updated imagery KML download and view in Google Earth
this KML for viewing in Google Earth.
From Pat: “I just listened to your 100th episode with great nostalgia. Can something so "young" in years still create nostalgia for breaking a milestone such as this? YES!…I did notice how many callers mentioned blogging thanks to your encouragement and lessons. I wonder if that might be an interesting survey--how many people started blogs directly thanks to your influence in Genealogy Gems? I know I did!”
Michael wrote in about Google Earth for Genealogy: “I have very much enjoyed learning about GLO Records and Google Earth. I went back to the site yesterday and discovered that they have enhanced their website. At www.glorecords.blm.gov/…Thank you again for a great program, I have been plotting my families birth, marriage, death, burial, land patents, etc. It has been very revealing and helpful in suggesting new places to go look for more info.”
Robert wrote: “I am a relatively new listener to your Genealogy Gems podcasts…Being in the over 50 crowd and not very "techy savy", I had my daughter help me and now I am busy catching up on all the episodes. I routinely listen to them when I go on my daily runs through my iPhone. What a wonderful and I cannot begin to thank you enough.”
See Lisa at:
April 16 & 17,
Interview with Alvie Davidson, of APG