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By ASG Strategies, Inc.
Hendersonville, NC Local Personal Historian firm The Cheerful Word, announces the new Fall Season, 8-part, “My Life Stories: Guided Memoir Workshop.”

By Native Ink Press
Native Ink Press, an imprint of Ink Smith Publishing of Monrovia, California has just published a fascinating memoir about the storied high-end power caterer, Ridgewell's, and the three generations of the family that founded and nurtured it through the...

By Strategic Book Group
Author A.P. Dollar's Surprising Holiday Story Can Be Enjoyed All Year Round

By ScrapMyPix, LLC
Excitement is building for the 15th Annual Baltimore Family History Workshop on October 12, 2013. Speakers like Rachel Jenkins of ScrapMyPix are prepared to teach individuals how to care for and share their family's history.

By Jill Bernstein Communications
New Book Presents One Man’s Memoir and Reveals Why All Our Stories Matter

By Intergeneration Month
Encouraging People To Intentionally Connect Generations At The Core

By Unlock the Past
Unlock the Past announces Unlock the Past Cruises, an international program of history and genealogy cruises. This expanded cruise commitment follows on from the success of the first three Unlock the Past cruises.

By Strategic Book Group
"Contradictions" is a powerful novel that recounts how one Jewish woman comes to terms with her religious and cultural roots, and a past that includes the Holocaust.

By Maple Creek Media
Murder mystery fans will rejoice in reading Connie White's newest novel that intertwines the investigation of a professor’s murder with the unprepared discovery of a family’s buried secrets.

By Strategic Book Group
"Utah’s Stolen Treasures" is a book that was inspired by three American Indian shields discovered by author Gene Covington’s grandparents in Wayne County, Utah back in 1926.

By Stories To Tell
Genealogy enthusiasts will get first-hand lessons on how to turn their research into a book at The Genealogy Event in New York City. Nancy and Biff Barnes, editors at Stories To Tell, an editing and book design company, will present two seminars.

By Strategic Book Group
If you’ve ever wanted to trace your family roots, "The Coffee Track" relates one man’s search for his ancestors that goes back five generations in the heart of India.

By ArchivesInfo
Do you keep "everything" in fear of tossing something "valuable"? Do you know the best formats for digital items? What do you want people to remember about you? A new book will help you ponder this to create & maintain your personal family archive.

By Melissa Mannon
How will people remember you when you are gone? How do you want to be remembered? ArchivesInfo announces the release of a new book to help you thoughtfully create and maintain recorded information that describes your life and helps mold your legacy.

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By ASG Strategies, Inc.
Hendersonville, NC Local Personal Historian firm The Cheerful Word, announces the new Fall Season, 8-part, “My Life Stories: Guided Memoir Workshop.”

By Native Ink Press
Native Ink Press, an imprint of Ink Smith Publishing of Monrovia, California has just published a fascinating memoir about the storied high-end power caterer, Ridgewell's, and the three generations of the family that founded and nurtured it through the...

By Strategic Book Group
Author A.P. Dollar's Surprising Holiday Story Can Be Enjoyed All Year Round

By Guidemark Publishing Limited
Rerelease of When I Was a Child: Growing Up In The Potteries in the 1840s by Charles Shaw

By ScrapMyPix, LLC
Excitement is building for the 15th Annual Baltimore Family History Workshop on October 12, 2013. Speakers like Rachel Jenkins of ScrapMyPix are prepared to teach individuals how to care for and share their family's history.

By The Heritage Seekers
No Longer Forgotten: The Voices of Our Ancestors Speak examines little known events of a South Carolina town

By Jill Bernstein Communications
New Book Presents One Man’s Memoir and Reveals Why All Our Stories Matter

By Intergeneration Month
Encouraging People To Intentionally Connect Generations At The Core

By Unlock the Past
Unlock the Past announces Unlock the Past Cruises, an international program of history and genealogy cruises. This expanded cruise commitment follows on from the success of the first three Unlock the Past cruises.

By Strategic Book Group
"Contradictions" is a powerful novel that recounts how one Jewish woman comes to terms with her religious and cultural roots, and a past that includes the Holocaust.

By Maple Creek Media
Murder mystery fans will rejoice in reading Connie White's newest novel that intertwines the investigation of a professor’s murder with the unprepared discovery of a family’s buried secrets.

By Strategic Book Group
"Utah’s Stolen Treasures" is a book that was inspired by three American Indian shields discovered by author Gene Covington’s grandparents in Wayne County, Utah back in 1926.

By Heraldrty & Crests
Have you ever wondered what your family crest is, where it originated or what the meaning of your family name is?

By HeraldryAndCrests.com
HeraldryAndCrests.com, a family history and heraldry website is now providing authentic family crests, shields and coats of arms in a variety of popular formats including hand-painted, embroidered and graphical print outs.

By Legacy Stories
The living history of the 20th century is at risk of being lost. The Living Legacy Project embarks on a massive effort to save it before it is lost forever.

By Stories To Tell
Genealogy enthusiasts will get first-hand lessons on how to turn their research into a book at The Genealogy Event in New York City. Nancy and Biff Barnes, editors at Stories To Tell, an editing and book design company, will present two seminars.

By Strategic Book Group
If you’ve ever wanted to trace your family roots, "The Coffee Track" relates one man’s search for his ancestors that goes back five generations in the heart of India.

By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
The Family History Fair at the North Carolina State Library will provide information and guidance for experienced family history researchers and beginners alike. It is part of the Library’s ongoing 200th birthday celebration in 2012.

By Strategic Book Group
Historical Fiction Uses Genealogy to Trace African American and Native American Connections. Geared Toward Readers Ages 8 and Up.

By findmypast.ie
findympast.ie has assisted historian Fiona Fitzsimons in tracing the roots of Bram Stoker, the creator of Dracula.

By Strategic Book Group
Discovering Her Family’s Past Leads a Little Girl to the Future of Her Dreams

By findmypast.ie
Findmypast.ie has discovered evidence showing the Disney family's links to Kilkenny, Ireland, with land records showing the rental of 33 acres by the family.

By Biff Barnes
Nancy and Biff Barnes, managing editors from Stories To Tell, will join host Thomas MacEntee on GeneaBloggers Radio, at 8:00 p.m. (CST) Friday, December 16th to discuss the question, “Do Books Still Matter in Genealogy?”

By City and County of Swansea
If you’re looking to give something different for Christmas or a birthday, look no further than the Swansea shop, hosted by Swansea Council web team.

By Stephanie Stabulis
A must-read for all ages, “Bona Vita” is nostalgic for the older generation, filled with childhood memories for the middle generation, and provides story time for the younger generation.

By Biff Barnes
Editors Nancy and Biff Barnes of Stories To Tell will offer free consultations to authors at the Family History Expo in Duluth, Georgia, November 11-12. Authors will receive help with writing, editing, book design, and publishing questions.

By ArchivesInfo
Do you keep "everything" in fear of tossing something "valuable"? Do you know the best formats for digital items? What do you want people to remember about you? A new book will help you ponder this to create & maintain your personal family archive.

By Strategic Book Group
Neptune’s Fingers is the story of a young boy who learns about his family history through a series of strange dreams. But who is that strange boy he keeps seeing?

By Biff Barnes, Editor, Stories To Tell
Editors Nancy and Biff Barnes will help genealogists and family historians turn their research into books at the Northern California Family History Friday, October 7 and Saturday October 8 in San Mateo.

By Melissa Mannon
How will people remember you when you are gone? How do you want to be remembered? ArchivesInfo announces the release of a new book to help you thoughtfully create and maintain recorded information that describes your life and helps mold your legacy.

By My Storycatcher and OralHistoryEducation.com
This workshop is designed for anyone with a passion for storytelling. Professionals teach best practices in: interview techniques, preserving photographs, recording interviews w/ audio and video, oral history projects for the classroom and more.

By Federation of Genealogical Societies
The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) announces its new free mobile app which allows members, genealogists and family historians keep up with the latest FGS news as well as events and services.

By Nancy Barnes, Managing Editor
Book editor Nancy Barnes explores how authors can use family journals and letters to bring the past to life in a podcast interview with author Bruce Bothwell.

By N.C. Department of Cultural Resources
Due to state budget cuts, the Genealogical Research Services section of the State Library’s Government and Heritage Library in Raleigh will be closed on Mondays as of Sept. 12, preserving public access on Saturdays.

By Stephanie
My Wonderful Walls Proudly introduces their new line of wall stickers… Family Tree Wall Stickers. This unique product allows you to display and share your family ancestry via the walls. 2 new products are available now for purchase.

By Federation of Genealogical Societies
As more and more Americans become interested in family history, they are seeking conferences and education events such as the Federation of Genealogical Societies annual conference to learn more about their roots.

By Genes Reunited
Genes Reunited has announced the publication of ship passenger lists on its website, covering the period from 1890 until 1960.

By Annie Payne
The Living Legacy Project aims save the living history of our time before the people who made it (our parents and grandparents) pass on.To achieve this an army of Personal Legacy Advisors will be recruited to assist both families and the community.

By Biff Barnes
Nancy Barnes, book designer and managing editor of Stories To Tell, and Chicago-based graphic artist Nancy Gershman explore how dreamscapes allow authors to blend visual symbolic elements to enhance and deepen the emotional tone of their books.

By Nancy Gershman
Legacy artist Nancy Gershman digitally recreates iconic moments using memories, stories, symbolic objects and archival photos to enhance book jacket or chapter art for a family or personal history.

By Tpstry
Tpstry adds data portability options by rolling out new import and export features.

By Strategic Book Group
This fact-based story about life after the Civil War and seeking a future out West was written to commemorate the life of author Virginia Gibson’s great-grandfather.

By Strategic Book Group
Discovering Her Family’s Past Leads a Little Girl to the Future of Her Dreams

By Avery J. Parker
Alabama-Genealogy.net has announced that they are accepting sign ups for their Alabama Genealogy Newsletter which is expected to start later this year.

By Strategic Book Publishing
Sometimes a memento means more than a simple token of times past, and carries deeper meaning of a family’s history that can tell a story all its own.

By Your Ancestral Family, LLC
Your Ancestral Family, LLC , a full service professional genealogy research service announces a new web site as well as monthly heritage discounts. View www.yourancestralfamily.com.

By Harris Stowe-State University
Harris-Stowe State University, with the St. Louis African-American History and Genealogy Society, is hosting the organization’s second annual conference: Genealogy from Cradle to Grave - Researching the African-American Family over the Generations.

By Tpstry
Tpstry.com, a website taking a unique approach to discovering and sharing family memories, announced today the launch of a groundbreaking "Family Memories Website" feature as part of its new redesign.

By Elbert County Library District
The use of DNA testing for genetics allows one to trace ancestry back 25,000 or more years. The Elbert library (Colorado) will host a presentation about using DNA for genealogical research on Janurary 8, 2011.

By Strategic Book Group
A simple question can lead to all sorts of answers you didn’t expect. And if the question involves family history, the answer can be devastating.



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