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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sentimental Sunday: Me and the Sugar Creek Gang

My grandparents had a lot of the Sugar Creek Gang books and the bookshelf was always the first thing I went to when we visited for the weekend.  There seemed to be a never-ending supply of the books.  But in all actuality there were only 36 of these wonderful adventure books.  Much time was spent … Continue reading »

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Follow Friday: Geneabloggers

Follow Friday is all about genealogy blogs.  You may ask, how many are there?  How do I find them? Don’t despair!  They are soooo easy to find.  Not just because there are 1,900 listed on Geneabloggers alone but because Geneabloggers lists them!  Geneabloggers is hosted by the generous and prolific Thomas MacEntee (who is also integral … Continue reading »

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What I learned (day after) Wednesday: ProGen November 2010

I’m taking a few liberties with the topic.  We have some catching up to do to get you current with the various courses I’m taking as I described in My Development Plan.  So for awhile we’ll use “What I learned Wednesday” for the NGS-HSC lessons and the day after Wednesday (otherwise known as Thursday) for … Continue reading »

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What I learned Wednesday: NGS-HSC Lesson 1

Let me catch you up with my NGS-HSC progress.  As I mentioned in My Development Plan, I’m currently doing two courses to further my genealogy knowledge and extend my skills to become a professional genealogist: the ProGen Study Group and the National Genealogical Society (NGS) Home Study Course (HSC). The syllabus for the NGS-HSC describes the … Continue reading »

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