Category Archives: Research Tips

History Books & Locality Guides Flesh Out Your Geny Library

Welcome back to my series here at GeneaJourneys on “Building your Own Personal Genealogy Library.” I kicked off this topic last month with an introduction entitled: “What’s on Your Bookshelf?”  That  post focused on why you’d want your own library. … Continue reading

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Shopping For Those Bookshelf Basics

In my last post on GeneaJourneys, I introduced a topic I’ll be covering here over the next few weeks: Building Your Own Personal Genealogy Library. Last time I discussed why you’d want your own collection of books and research materials. … Continue reading

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What’s on Your Bookshelf?

Over the course of the last few years during my genealogy pursuits, I’ve found plenty of books online, in bookstores, and in local libraries that were helpful or insightful—and plenty of others that weren’t.  Some I’ve read front to back, and others … Continue reading

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