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Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy

January 24, 2013<p>The Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy is an absolute must-find if you’re trying to find Quaker ancestors – or any ancestors …

Quaker Meeting Records on HathiTrust

January 26, 2013<p>My last post on the Encyclopedia of American Genealogy, outlined the treasure trove of information on Quaker meetings and how they …

The Mother Load of Quaker Monthly Meeting Records

January 28, 2013<p>In my last post I mentioned a little collection I built of Quaker Monthly Meeting Records on Hathi Trust. Useful as I hope it is, it …

Quaker Emigrations to Pennsylvania

August 27, 2013<p>You may be aware that William Penn established the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with that goals of religious tolerance and peace. …

Making high-quality movies with Google Earth - Google Earth Blog

<i>We’ve mentioned Planet In Action‘s Paul van Dinther on GEB quite a few times in the past. From his games like “Ships” and “Drive the A-Team Van” to</i> …

Printed Sources - A Guide to Published Genealogical Records

June 22, 2013<p>Printed Sources by Kory L. Meyerink<p>When I first started doing genealogy “many moons” ago, I was way to busy collecting names, dates, and …

Family Maps of..... Book Series

May 1, 2013<p>If you’re doing land research in Public Domain States (all states except the Colonies, Texas & Hawaii), there is a book series you …

How to Label People in Digital Pictures

May 8, 2013<p>With print or paper pictures you can turn the picture over and write who the people are on the back. Maybe it’s me, but I have yet to …

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by |<p>Five thousand voices unheard New York has always been the Black Hole of northeastern genealogy in the United States. Between records that were …