Whittier Area Genealogical Society
Whittier Area Genealogical Society
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Technology is longtime expert Dick Eastman’s forte, but his essential e-newsletter also covers genealogy developments offline and unplugged
FamilySearch offers several webinars monthly on general research, United States, British Isles, Scandinavian & Latin American research. Click on the "Show" link to see topics, dates and times.
Authored by Randy Seaver, this site includes enough of an ecletic mix of news, research processes, personal reflections, and genealogy debate to make it of interest to almost any genealogist.
Family history bloggers will find inspiration here, and those more worried about brick walls than writer’s block can search almost 3,000 genealogy- and family history-related blogs.
Lisa Louise Cooke serves up “genealogy radio” on demand, with mobile apps for iOS and Android listeners. Plenty of podcasts are free—as is the companion blog.
The Genealogy Guys are George G. Morgan and Drew Smith, two avid and enthusiastic genealogists who want to discuss all facets of genealogical research.
This blog from Family Tree Magazine has articles, interviews, and news.
As the name says, you receive brief tips daily from Michael John Neill.
The Illinois Genealogy Society has monthly free webinars. Click her to find out what new webinars are coming up in the Prairie State! .
Legacy Family Tree offers both free and subscription webinars. WAGS members" benefits include 50% off the first year of membership.
The Legal Genealogist, Judy G. Russell, J.D., may be able to help you get through all the regulations or red tape of a difficult genealogy search.
Tutorials, book and app reviews, genealogy news, genealogy specials and morfe from Lorine McGinnis Schulze.
SCGS is there for you, no matter where you live. Join our twice-monthly webcasts with knowledgeable genealogists to help grow what you know.The initial broadcast is free and open to the public.
WSGS offers free genealogy webinars third Tuesday of the month. Hear great speakers and learn more about how to do your genealogy better.