01 April 2021

Internet Genealogy April/May 2021

Here are the contents of the new issue of Internet Genealogy available on 12 April.

Bright Beacons for Dark Seas: Lighthouses & Lightships
David A. Norris looks at sources for lighthouse and lightship family history records

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Diane L. Richard gives an overview of online image collections you’ll want to explore

School Days
Sue Lisk looks at websites that shed light on the experiences of teachers and students in the one-room schoolhouses of yesteryear

The Statistical Abstract of the United States
David A. Norris looks at a one-stop shopping source for historical statistics

Veterans Legacy Memorial: Your Family Connection?
Tony Bandy looks at the National Cemetery Administration’s online portal

English Treasures: 19th Century Wills
Ed Storey looks at an interesting collection of Durham and Northumberland records

Robbie Gorr says when it comes to genealogy, learning has no age or limit!

Pulling Away From the Web
Sue Lisk says there are benefits from taking the occasional break from internet research

10 TIPS to Boost Your Genealogy Research & Writing Productivity
Lisa A. Alzo shares expert tips from top genealogy educators

Enslaved: Peoples of the Historic Slave Trade
Diane L. Richard reviews an online source with worldwide scope

HathiTrust Revisited
Tony Bandy looks at an online digital library for your genealogy research

Internet Genealogy looks at websites and related news that are sure to be of interest

Back Page: Explore Every DNA Match!
Dave Obee says don’t ignore those notifications from your DNA testing results

1 comment:

Teresa said...

Looking forward to the article on HathiTrust. It's one of my favourite websites! I've found some cool sources on there.