Posted on October 2, 2011 by woodgensoc
James Tanner of Genealogy’s Star blog makes me think. A recent blog entry asks what makes a genealogical community. One of the criteria he suggests is “shared values and interest.”
That leads to this question: what are the shared values and interest of the Wood County Genealogical Society both from local members and those who live a distance away in Texas or in other states?
Please share your ideas in the comments below (and be sure to sign up for emails when new comments are posted or comeback here often to see and respond to comments).
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Posted on August 12, 2011 by woodgensoc
James Tanner‘s Rule No. 2 (Focus on more recent sources and documents before you try to jump back in time) for genealogical research is pretty powerful but his rules one and three are absolutely key to getting started (or restarted) on your family research.
You can take all three in (and perhaps put them on the wall to look at over and over again) at his blog Genealogy’s Star at this link: http://genealogysstar.blogspot.com/2011/08/it-is-both-who-and-what-you-know.html
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