Monthly Archives: January 2012

Press Release: Attend some of RootsTech Free Online!

RootsTech Conference Will Broadcast Select Sessions Free Online SALT LAKE CITY—RootsTech, a leading family history and technology conference held in Salt Lake City, Utah, February 2-4, 2012, announced today that fourteen of its popular sessions will be broadcasted live and … Continue reading

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WikiTree: A different sort of web site for genealogists

I recently had a wonderful opportunity: Chris Whitten, the Creator of WikiTree.com (his page is http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Whitten-1) agreed to let me interview him about his genealogy web site. WikiTree is a genealogy site where you can upload your genealogy data and compare it to … Continue reading

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Why Online Genealogy is So Cool

Of course, things like this happened back in my mother’s day, when you did your genealogy queries and research by sending letters and reading magazines, but still: Looking for my grandmother’s genealogy, I came across Looking4Roots.com, which had Flora Beeman Powell’s family. … Continue reading

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Come hear me speak at the Navarre Library January 31!

Using genealogy, history and online resources, Elizabeth Crowe will paint a lively picture of Colonel Guy Wyman, the founder of Navarre, at 5:30 p.m. January 31, 2012, at the library. It’s a story of murder, mayhem, madness and many wives. … Continue reading

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Soundtrack of my life, sort of.

Played this list while at a friend’s house, and she really liked the mix: Name Album Artist Beautiful Rhino Hi-Five: Gordon Lightfoot – EP Gordon Lightfoot Bittersweet Best Of James Taylor James Taylor Breathe Grey’s Anatomy: The Music Event Grey’s … Continue reading

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