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Research Notes 2018-2-12

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The February edition of the Ancient City Bulletin is now available to download. Here’s what you will find in this edition:

  1. Editorial Notes: North Florida Genealogy Conference

  2. Research Toolbox: Family Search Mobile Apps

  3. In the Archives: Ancestry Research Guides

  4. Storytellers Studio: Scribd

You’ll find the February edition and all past issues in the SAGS Support Library.

Saturday is our February Member Meeting. Connie Bradshaw is returning with more DNA goodness. This time her presentation is focused on Autosomal DNA testing. Check-in begins at 12:45 and the meeting starts at 1:00pm.

NEHGS is offering a free webinar on the Early New England Families Study Project on Thursday, February 15th, beginning at 3:00pm EDT. Alicia Crane Williams is the presenter. Get details and register to attend at their American Ancestors website.


There are many more interesting – and free – webinars and online courses just waiting for you. Visit the Online Events Calendar page at SAGS Support so see what’s on the calendar. Tap the title of any interesting event to get details – including how to register.

We are also posting interesting instructional videos in the SAGS Community Research Support group on Facebook. The group isn’t just a place to post news or links to resources. It’s also a great way to get help. Having trouble finding an ancestor? Post a description of your problem and see how quickly you get a response – or several.

Want a look at what you can do with the online timeline platform, Twile? We’ve got it at Storytellers Studio. Twile isn’t the only project discussed there either. It’s full of creative ideas for sharing your family history.

Final Notes

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