Genealogy Offline: A beginner's guide to family history research that is not online
Searching for Your Ancestors in Historic Newspapers
At Home in Lansing: the journals of Maurice L. Reed, 1927-1931
Lansing and Beyond: the journals of Maurice L. Reed, 1932-1934
On the Banks of the Pee Dee: The Ancestry of Mary Gladys Jordan Sells
National Genealogical Society Quarterly, September 2017: "Alias Smith and Crawford: Kubiaks of Manistee and Saginaw, Michigan"
Utah Genealogical Association Crossroads, Summer 2015, "Finding the Newspaper You Need"
APG Quarterly, December 2014, "The Evolution of a Book"
Archives.com: August 2013, Resources for Michigan Research
Archives.com: March 2013, Building a Case With Your Genealogy
Archives.com: April 2012 Podcasts and Webinars and Blogs, Oh My!
Archives.com: March 2012 Online Family Trees: Blight or Blessing?
Archives.com: February 2012 Essential Records You Won't Find Online
Archives.com: November 2011: Brick Wall Breakthrough
Voice of the Valley, Maple Valley, WA:
Beginning your family history research (Feb. 8, 2011)
Finding your ancestors online, for free! (Feb. 15, 2011)
There's gold in those subscription websites! (Feb. 22, 2011)
Treasures at the public library (Mar. 1, 2011)
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! (Mar. 8, 2011)
Being a lifelong learner (Mar. 15, 2011)
What do I do with all this stuff? Organizing your paper records (Mar. 22, 2011)
Choosing a genealogy software program (Mar. 29, 2011)
Essential reference books for the genealogist (Apr. 5, 2011)
Genealogy videos to watch online (Apr. 12, 2011)
Help put those digital images online (Apr. 19, 2011)
Take a genealogy road trip (Apr. 26, 2011)
DNA and genealogy (May 3, 2011)
The 1940 census is coming! (May 10, 2011)
Civil war records online (May 31, 2011)
Human Ashes Found in Black Diamond Bakery: Voice of the Valley, March 14, 2012
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