Jul 5, 2010
Published July 5, 2010
The LIVE Genealogy Gems Podcast #91 has been reformatted for the iPod. You may need to delete the downloaded episode from iTunes and download it again by clicking the GET button to get the reformatted video.
"Attend the Jamboree virtually" by checking out these online resources:
Blog posts about Jamboree:
Dick Eastman's EOGN "I especially enjoyed her presentation on Google Earth for Genealogy"
GeneaBlogie by Craig Manson
Luxegen Blog by Joan Miller
My Heritage Blog by Schelly Dardashti
Hertiage Happens Blog by Cheryl
42nd BYU Conference on Family History July 27-30, 2010
BYU Conference Center, 770 E. University Parkway, Provo, UT
Family History Expo in Pleasanton, California
New at FamilySearch: New Family History Library in Riverton, UT
Library of Congress Chronicling America
Who Do You Think You Are? UK lineup
Find out what the Brits think of the U.S. version of the show at the Telegraph.co.uk
Lisa's guest blog series at Family Tree Magazine's Genealogy Insider Blog
Update: iGoogle as been discontinued
Liz Thompson wrote: "You sure interview some interesting people!"
Brandt Gibson wrote to say how the Genealogy Gems Podcast has
helped him get the scoop on his ancestors! "Thanks for
helping restore my faith in a gold mine of genealogical
Check out the Get the Scoop on Your Ancestors in Old Newspapers recorded webinar which is part of Genealogy Gems Premium Membership.
New Listener Blogs:
Marie Peer asked who the podcast guest was that provided custom family charts: Janet Hovorka of Generation Maps. Marie wrote: "Thank you for the excellent podcasts. I really enjoy listening to them. I keep thinking that you are going to run out of topics but you don't. You are very creative."
Darren Engh posted on Facebook about a website he really likes called www.digitalarkivet.no for records in Norway. He asked for recommendations for information about Candian immigration. Lisa recommends the book Destination Canada by Dave Obee. (This link supports this free podcast - thanks!!)
GEM: Interview with Dave Obee
"Every province is different. Canadian research is fairly recent research."
Canada doesn't have anything like the SSDI.