Monthly Archives: October 2012

Suggestions for Tackling Roadblocks and Brickwalls

I’m stuck!  I can’t go any further!  We all run into brickwalls or roadblocks while doing our research!  Banging your head against a brickwall can be frustrating – and painful! There is no one way to overcome a brickwall.  We … Continue reading

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Online Books and Library Catalogs

We just finished teaching a series of Genealogy classes at the Innisfail Library.  We had a really nice group of people – we hope they enjoyed the classes as much as we did! On the final night we were talking … Continue reading

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Organizing Your Files – paper and computer

  Does this sound familiar? Genealogy begins as an interest, Becomes a hobby; Continues as an avocation, Takes over as an obsession, And in its last stages, Is an incurable disease. – Author unknown Before long you will have so … Continue reading

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