Who signed this declaration of intention to become a citizen in the 1850s in Illinois?
The download service I use for the webinars only allows me so much space and I’m at the limit. I need to decide which ones to keep selling, which ones to no longer offer, and–I need a change of pace for a while.
So…effective 11 May 2016, I’ll no longer be selling the recorded copies of old webinars as shown below (we’ll still have our scheduled ones in May and will have downloads for those who register and happen to miss those). But we will be stopping the sales for a while so that I can regroup and focus.
Now’s a great time to order. Our prices are low and orders over $50 can receive an additional discount by using coupon code 2016over50.
- Brick Wall Strategies
- Female Ancestors
- Using the Bureau of Land Management Website and the BLM Tract Books
- Pre-1850 census family reconstruction
- Getting More from Ancestry.com
- Citing Images
- Determining Your Ancestor’s Migration Chain
- Organizing Online Searches
- Online Maryland Land Records
- Genealogical Problem Solving
- Charts, Charts, and More Charts
- Preparing for a Trip to the Family History Library
- Using Free Passenger Lists on FamilySearch
- Using Free US Probate Records on FamilySearch
- Determining If Your pre-1866 era Veteran Received a Military Benefit
- Using Online City and Regional Directories
- Where do I Go From Here?
- What to Blog About?
- Tightwad Genealogy
- Courthouse Basics
- Probate Records on Ancestry.com-Part I
- Probate Records on Ancestry.com–Part II
- Using Free Online US Local Land Records at FamilySearch
- Using Free War of 1812 Pensions at Fold3.com
- Using Land Patents Online at Library of Virginia
- Using Digital Newspapers at Library of Congress
- Getting More from FamilySearch
- Using the ELCA Records at Ancestry.com
- Getting More from Newspapers
- Effective Census Strategies for Ancestry.com
- Using Archive.org
- Using WorldCat
We still have room in our May 2016 webinars:
- Irfanview for Genealogists
- Digital Media Organization
- American Court Records
- Federal Land State Property Descriptions: Sections, Townships, Base Lines and Meridians
- Barbara’s Beaus and Gesche’s Girls
Join us for the following events this April/May (registration is limited):