Family Fun – Painting Pet Rocks

Family Fun By July 1, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , No Comments

With the world swimming in summer sunshine, it’s a great time to enjoy the outdoor crafts! If you’re looking for some creative ways to spend time with your kids this summer, try painting pet rocks.

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The Difference Between Primary and Secondary Sources

Family History By June 26, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , , , No Comments

When recording your family history, you’ll want the most accurate information available to you. After all, what you discover will sculpt your own history, as well as the history of those who use your research as a spring board to learn more about their own. Information is most accurate when it’s learned from a primary source, as opposed to a secondary or even tertiary source. To know the difference between primary and secondary sources, check the lists below.

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5 Tricks for Flattering Photos

Photography By June 12, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , No Comments

Creating a memorable photo project can be difficult if you or someone you love is camera shy. Next time you find a camera directed at you (or need to convince someone to let you take their picture), pull these quick, easy tricks to ensure a natural, yet flattering photo.

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Use MyCanvas for FREE: A Self-Publishing Software

MyCanvas Products By June 2, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , , No Comments

Family history sites and photo book publishing sites are in such high demand these days. We are doing our best to accommodate all of you family historians and genealogy experts by providing the best online research tools and services.

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5 new developments to help you with family history work

Family History By May 29, 2015 Tags: , , , , , , , No Comments

Family history work is all about discovery, so it’s not surprisingly that genealogy enthusiasts are discovering innovative ways to make researching our past more efficient and enjoyable.

Here is a collection of this weeks innovations designed to help you with your family history work.

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