America the Ingenious

I picked up a book while we were traveling, America the Ingenious: How a Nation of Dreamers, Immigrants, and Tinkerers Changed the World by Kevin Baker.

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IGSI collection in WorldCat

The latest issue of Ginealas has been emailed to IGSI members. Have you read your copy?

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GEDmatch

I’ve stepped into new territory. This week I uploaded my husband Bill’s DNA results to GEDmatch. I’m waiting for batch processing to be completed.

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Methodists in Ireland

The 2017 Third Quarter issue of Irish Roots Magazine is out. On the cover is the striking “Kindred Spirits” sculpture, nine stainless steel eagle feathers nearly 23 feet tall.

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Vital Records Handbook

Newly published is a seventh edition of the International Vital Records Handbook by Thomas Jay Kemp.

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Grace and the Great Hunger

Looking for a late-summer read? Maybe some fiction for a change of pace?

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Technology for Sharing Genealogy

The July 2017 issue of The Septs has been out for a couple weeks. Its theme was ‘Technology for Sharing Genealogy’.

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Book Review: Irish Genealogy Guide

Claire Santry’s Irish Genealogy Guide: How to Trace Your Ancestors in Ireland is a book deserving of a place in every Irish family historian’s library. Whether you’re brand new to researching or an ‘old hand’ at genealogy, you’ll find value in this guide, published in 2017 by Family Tree Books.

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Another July 4th special: Irish newspapers

New subscribers to the Irish Newspaper Archives can get a 50% discount through July 7th!

Irish Lives Remembered theme: Women

The Summer 2017 issue of Irish Lives Remembered has been written around the theme of ‘Women’ and is an eclectic mix of articles. As always, Irish Lives Remembered is online and free.

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