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Roots tech 2017

Feb 8 to 11 2017 in Salt Lake City Can’t go?  You do not have to miss everything – although nothing equals the experience of actually being there!   Rootstech have published a schedule of sessions that will be live … Continue reading

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Web links for English and Scandinavian Researchers

Started reviewing some of the materials from the RootsTech 2015 Conference in Salt Lake.  Came across some great links to web sites! Price and Associates is a company based in Salt Lake that offers professional genealogical services.  In addition their … Continue reading

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A Folk Tale With an Important Message

This is a folk tale from the Lettish people who lived near the Gulf of Riga perhaps in present day Latvia.  Similar folk tales exist in several other eastern European cultures. When the world was young, people thought everything should … Continue reading

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The Paperless Genealogist – myth or reality?

This was a class at Rootstech 2013 by Joshua Taylor – his handout is available at Rootstech.org – click on Main Schedule – or try this link http://rootstech.org/schedule/friday/B20 – there is a lot more in the handout than in my notes! Gave … Continue reading

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Some items from Rootstech 2013 – Rootsmagic for the mac and MyHeritage.com

We had a great time  at RootsTech 2013 in Salt Lake City.  There were over 6700 people registered.  It was held in the Salt Palace Convention Centre.  How big is the convention centre?  There were 3 conferences being held simultaneously! … Continue reading

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