10 years of GRIP: 2021 will be virtual

Ten years ago, four course coordinators sat at a table with the directors and discussed the very first Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP). We were having dinner with Deb Deal and Elissa Scalise Powell who were the architects of GRIP. The first four coordinators were the late John T. Humphrey and Thomas W. Jones, […]

Dear Myrtle and Research Write Connect Academy

Dear Mytle’s Wacky Wednesday is featuring genealogical education. I was privileged to be part of the November 13th edition with Liza Alzo who created Research Write Connect Academy. I give a lot of credit to Pat Richley-Erickson and Cousin Russ (Worthington) who guided us along and made the hour full of great info on Lisa’s […]

Did you know this professional genealogist attended law school? Always check her sources.

Education has always been important to me and has continued throughout my personal family history research and in my job as a professional genealogist.  I love to tell people that I went to the same building for high school as my grandmother attended in grade school. That usually brings a quizzical look from anyone who […]

Online record services from the Minnesota Historical Society

The Facebook page of the Gale Family Library at the Minnesota Historical Society in Saint Paul carried a recent update on what is available for researchers while the library is closed. Read about more details after this graphic from the MHS post. Attention Researchers: Library Services Update! Please follow and like us: