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Research Notes 2020-8-20

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The Corona Virus may have us spending a lot of time inside, but it also gives bi us a good excuse for working on our family research. This week’s Research Notes has a list of online resources that are available at no charge and are easy to access.

A good place to start is the Research Resources post at the Genealogy Toolbox blog on Tumblr. This post “points you to a number of resources offering lessons, tips and concepts on research basics.

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Sample genealogy articles in newsreader.

Research Delivered . . . Yes, you can have your research delivered to you. All you need is a newsreader. Click the title of this note to download the guide that introduces you to the wonderful world of newsreaders.

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Photos from the Mission of Nombre de Dios

Photographs are important elements in our family’s history. The Flickr Photo Archive is a great way to save and share your family photos. It’s also a photo-based social network displaying photos from around the world. The Flickr Commons is where museums, archives and libraries have posted photos that are accessible to everyone. Thanks to Flickr users, there are many albums containing a broad range of photos. Cemeteries are a favorite topic for many Flickr photographers.

A series of guides to help you make the most of Flickr’s many resources are available at no cost. A good place to begin is to download the Flickr Photo Archive – Getting Started guide. You will find all the Flickr guides at the Storytellers Studio on Tumblr.

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