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Effectively Tapping in to Local, County, State Historical Societies and Libraries by Barry J. Ewell

  1. Cover Page
  2. Course Description
  3. Invitation
  4. **Request Companion Article
  5. Presentation Overview
  6. Personal Experience: Interwoven Historical and Genealogical Resources
  7. Personal Experience: Interwoven Historical and Genealogical Resources
  8. Personal Experience: Interwoven Historical and Genealogical Resources
  9. Personal Experience: Interwoven Historical and Genealogical Resources
  10. Mission and Roles of Historical Societies and Libraries
  11. Mission and Roles of Historical Societies
  12. Mission and Roles of Historical Societies
  13. Other Types of Societies
  14. Other Types of Societies
  15. Other Types of Societies
  16. Other Types of Societies
  17. Other Types of Societies
  18. Other Types of Societies
  19. The Mission and Role of University, State Library Archives and Special Collections
  20. The Mission and Role of University, State Library Archives and Special Collections
  21. Available Resources: Collections
  22. Available Resources
  23. Available Resources: Audio-Visual
  24. Available Resources: Audio
  25. Available Resources: Bible Records
  26. Available Resources: Cemetery Records
  27. Available Resources: Census Records
  28. Available Resources: Church Records
  29. Available Resources: Civil Vital Records (Birth, Death, Marriage, Divorce)
  30. Available Resources: Diaries and Jornals
  31. Available Resources: Directories
  32. Available Resources: Directories
  33. Available Resources: Electronic Recordings
  34. Available Resources: Ephemera
  35. Available Resources: Genealogical Notes
  36. Available Resources: Immigration Records
  37. Available Resources: Land Records
  38. Available Resources: Local and Family Histories
  39. Available Resources: Maps & Gazetteers
  40. Available Resources: Memorabila
  41. Available Resources: Military Records
  42. Available Resources: Military Records
  43. Available Resources: Newspapers
  44. Available Resources: Periodicals
  45. Historical Society Publications
  46. Available Resources: Oral Histories
  47. Available Resources: Photo Collections
  48. Available Resources: Probate Records
  49. Available Resources: Rare Books
  50. Available Resources: Reference Guides/Brochures/Leaflets
  51. Available Resources: Scrapbooks
  52. Available Resources: Subject Based Collections
  53. Records to Search: Township, City, County and State Histories and Biographies
  54. Strategy for Searching Societies and Libraries
  55. Strategy for Searching Societies and Libraries
  56. Strategy for Searching Societies and Libraries
  57. Strategy for Searching Societies and Libraries
  58. Strategy for Searching Societies and Libraries
  59. Organizing your Research Priorities
  60. What Research Can You Do From Home?
  61. Review Your Records Befofe You Go On Your Trip
  62. What Kind of Records Can`t be found at Home?
  63. Questions to Ask That Can Yield Treasures
  64. Determine What Resources Are Available in that Area
  65. Determine What Type of Information You Seek
  66. Make Advance Contact-Establish a Rapport
  67. When Possible, Let People Know You are Coming and When
  68. Know the Times of Operation
  69. Bo Patient When Requesting Records
  70. Plan to Visit the Library/Archive
  71. Where is the Best place to Get Information?
  72. Family History Library, Sault Lake City, Utah
  73. Conducting Research During Your Genealogy Trip
  74. Keep a Travel Journal During Your Trip
  75. Keep a Travel Journal During Your Trip
  76. Learn about Local History
  77. Searching for Your Ancestors Original Place of Residence
  78. Searching Libraries and Archives in Country
  79. Consider Using Your Camerial in Library, Archives, or Museum Research
  80. Photographing in Libraries
  81. Photographing in Museums and Archives
  82. Photographing Microfilm
  83. Photographing Microfilm
  84. Photographing Microfilm
  85. Priorities After Your Genealogy Trip
  86. Steps in Processing, Organizing, and Cataloging Your Information
  87. Steps in Processing, Organizing, and Cataloging Your Information
  88. Questions


NOTE: As genealogist I firmly believe in sharing good information with others to help us better understand the resources that we can all use in helping to research our ancestors.
by Barry J. Ewell
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