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  • Blues Genealogy: "Statesboro Blues" - Blues Guitar Lessons - David Hamburger Full post: truefire.at Learn more from David Hamburger: truefire.at Learn how to play Statesboro Blues on the guitar.
  • Family History: An Easy Way to Create Genealogy "Family Books" that You Can Share with Your Family A Treasure Maps Genealogy newsletter reader wrote: "Was wondering if you could help me? Im frustrated and dont know who to turn to. Ive looked on your website, but could not find an answer to my question. I have Family Tree Maker which is great for storing all my information. Some of my lines are 30 generations back. I have been collecting info for about 40 years, wow how time flies. I have put together books for some of my relatives years ago, but that was when I only had 6 or 7 generations back. I want to put another book together but want it to be easy to read and not confusing. I tried some of the reports in Family Tree Maker and I was getting confused after a few generations. I want to eventually include pictures, other siblings and stories about each person, but want to start with just the basic facts and just ancestors only. Do you have anything to help me decide how to start and organize such a book or know where I could go on the internet to find such information? Is there a code system that works the best? I appreciate your feedback." This video gives a solution to this problem. You can see the full article at: ;-) Robert Ragan
  • Part 1 of Online Genealogy Information Gathering Method This two part segment is from the "Pajama Genealogy Research System." See: This is the unique Gather, Dump, Store and Quick Find method for gathering your genealogy information online. Visit Robert's "Treasure Maps How-to Genealogy" site for tons of free genealogy helps, tips and tutorials. See Enjoy ;-) Robert
  • Family Tree Genealogy Ancestry Information www.familytree101.com : Genealogy is defined as an account of the descent of a person or family through an ancestral line, or alternatively, the investigation of pedigrees as a department of knowledge.
  • Genealogy On-The-Cheap Episode 1 "Getting Started" The first installment of a genealogy how-to series I'm making. I've been doing genealogy for over half of my life, and have a database with over 69000 people in it. I've also hardly spent a penny on it. I have found that free software and free databases are just as useful as the expensive genealogy services. This episode details how to get the free software, get starting information, and enter it into the program database.
  • How I organize my genealogy Alrighty then - so here is a video on how I organize my own genealogy. This video was created to show you my method and the importance of finding a method that works for you. Remember - that with organizing information - it has to be organized in a way that works for you. Sometimes not one specific way will work for you. Hope you enjoy! And as always - I LOVE the comments you guys leave me. Thank you so much!
  • Welcome to Genealogy Gems Go to www.GenealogyGems.TV Lisa explains what you will find Free genealogy podcast, videos, and information.
  • Jewish Genealogical Society of Colorado A community of people helping you trace your Jewish family history by providing programs, support and guidance to find and use resources located throughout the world.
  • Genealogy and Family Tree Researchers - The Google Toolbar A MUST use tool for any online genealogy and family tree researcher. This video show you how to easily install and use a special feature on the Google Toolbar that will reduce the strain on your eyes. Visit my "Treasure Maps How-to Genealogy" site for tons of free genealogy helps, tips and tutorials. See: Enjoy ;-) Robert
  • 10 - Kurain Genealogy Track 10 out of 12. Ace Attorney Orchestrated Album ~ Attorney Meets Orchestra TRACKLIST 01 - Naruhodou Ryuuichi - Objection! 02 - Ayasato Mayoi - Theme of Gyakuten Sisters 03 - Mitsurugi Reiji - Great Revival 04 - Investigation - Labyrinth Suite 05 - Ace Attorney Court Suite 06 - Warrior of Great Edo, Tonosaman 07 - Ace Attorney 2 Court Suite 08 - Godot - Fragrance of Dark Coffee 09 - Ace Attorney 3 Court Suite 10 - Kurain Genealogy 11 - Ace Attorney 3 Epilogue 12 - Odoroki Housuke - Start of a New Trial!
  • Merovingian Genealogy, Ascention, and The Leap From the Lion's Mouth The Ishtar Gate was the 8th gate to Babylon and its walls contained bulls and dragons (serpents) that were depicted interchangeably. Through the gate ran the Processional Way into the city to the temple of Marduk. At a right angle to the walls of the gate we find a wall adorned with Lions! The Ishtar Gate is symbolizing two of the four Cherubim signs of the zodiac at right angles exactly as they appear on the zodiac and may therefore represent the fixed cross or the Galactic Cross. The famous Sphinx at Giza is facing due East where it aligned with its celestial counter part in the sky Leo (The Lion) at the vernal equinox around 10.500 BC (Time of the Great Flood). This was the time that the summer solstice Sun aligned with the Dark Rift of the Milky Way; it was the time of a Great Celestial Conjunction. Here we are nearing 2012.. perhaps a Leap of Faith from the Lion's mouth (gate) will usher in the new Eon, as we gradually eclipse the Dark Rift of the Milky Way for the the first time in thousands of years.. We welcome back the Central Sun.
  • Genealogy Sherri Hill 1002 Genealogy Boutique and Formals describes in great detail the Sherri Hill Style 1002. Sherri Hill 1002, is a trendy, flirt dress that can be worn for many occasions including Prom, Homecoming, ***tail Parties, Graduation, Sweet Six*** Birthday Parties, and more! Shop this style Sherri Hill 1002, in stock now at
  • Genealogy Center, Allen County Public Library Part one of this informative tour of the Genealogy Center in the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
  • Genealogy On-The-Cheap Episode 2 "Easy, Basic Searching" The second installment of a genealogy how-to series I'm making. I've been doing genealogy for over half of my life, and have a database with over 69000 people in it. I've also hardly spent a penny on it. I have found that free software and free databases are just as useful as the expensive genealogy services. This episode details how to do a basic search on the LDS's website. This is one of the best, easiest to use, FREE resource out there.
  • Family History Wreath by Genealogy Gems Part 3 Part 3 of 4 - Incorporate your family history into your holidays and traditions with this gorgeous Christmas wreath. Genealogy Gems is the place for creative ideas for researching and sharing your family history. WWW.GenealogyGems.TV
  • Genealogy Center, Allen County Public Library II Part 2 of this two part introduction.
  • Mormon Genealogy & Family History is a video describing how to learn more about the Mormon Church. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has the largest genealogical library in the world. This is evidence of the importance the Church puts on genealogical work (now more commonly referred to as Family History). The reason for such interest in ancestors comes from doctrines of the Church. Mormonism teaches that after death, a person's spirit still has the opportunity to learn about the gospel, and accept Jesus Christ as his Redeemer. But in order for him to become a member of Christ's Church, he must be baptized and have other saving ordinances performed in his behalf. This is the job of those who are still living. In temples, members are baptized, or have other ordinances done, on behalf of those who have passed away (such work is said to be done "by proxy"). This gives that person, if he chooses to accept it, the opportunity to become a member of the Church. Every person who has ever lived has a right to make such an important choice. Members of the Church are strongly encouraged to only perform ordinances for people from their own family lines, and to obtain permission from surviving descendants of the recently deceased. The LDS Church gathers genealogical information in two ways—through people who submit names of members of their own families, and from public records (as governments allow). These two ways of gathering information are called "submitting names" and "extracting ...
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  • Genealogy Search Variant Surnames The second of 17 how-to video lessons from the "5 Minute Genealogy" course (on a set of two CDs). Remember that YouTube really cuts the quality of videos. The videos on this course look great. You can see screen shots at 5 Lessons on Disk ONE Lessons on Disk ONE: * Search Basics * Search Variant Surnames * Search Common Surnames * Search Cool Tips * Finding Useful Genealogy Images * Finding Coat of Arms * Free Genealogy Databases 1 * Free Genealogy Databases 2 Lessons on Disk TWO: * Favorites & Folders for Genealogy * Yes, YOU Can Download * Gathering Your GEDCOM Files * Viewing Your GEDCOM Files * Computer Tips for Every Researcher * Amazing Free Stuff You Can Use * Your Personal Genealogy Notebook * Genealogy Feeds Made Easy 1 * Genealogy Feeds Made Easy 2 Enjoy ;-) Robert Ragan
  • Wynne Genealogy BBC Wales The recent BBC Wales Wynne genealogy report in Caerwys, North Wales.
  • Ancestry Library Edition Genealogy Research in 2 Minutes Ancestry Library Edition, distributed exclusively by ProQuest and powered by , delivers over 4 billion records in census data, vital records, directories, photos, and more. Ancestry Library Edition brings the world's most popular consumer online genealogy resource to your library. It's an unprecedented online collection of over 4 billion individuals from North America, Europe, Australia, and more. Answers await everyone--whether professional or hobbyist, expert or novice, genealogist, or historian--inside the more than 4000 available databases. Here, you can unlock the story of you with sources like censuses, vital records, immigration records, family histories, military records, court and legal documents, directories, photos, maps, and more. Learn more here: Watch this video in full widescreen Flash and MP4 format here: ProQuest offers all kinds of libraries collections of research-ready Internet tools. Details of our online reference subscriptions can be found at our website: And, with ongoing updates and new content always being added, you'll keep coming back to Ancestry Library Edition to discover more. Popular and recently added collections include US collections deliver hundreds of millions of names from sources such as federal and US censuses; birth, death, and marriage records including the Social Security Death Index; and US border crossing and trans-ocean ship records. Canadian collections provide ...
  • Tulane: Black Genealogy Black Genealogy: Self-Liberator and Therauputic Tool Elaine Pinderhughes is Professor Emerita and former chair of the clinical sequence at Boston College Graduate School of Social Work. She received her AB degree summa cum laude from Howard University and her master's degree from Columbia University. Her practice experience has included clinical social work, supervision and administration in child guidance settings and mental health centers.
  • Genealogy Search Basics The first of 17 how-to video lessons from the "5 Minute Genealogy" course (on a set of two CDs). Remember that YouTube really cuts the quality of videos. The videos on this course look great. You can see screen shots at 5 Lessons on Disk ONE * Search Basics * Search Variant Surnames * Search Common Surnames * Search Cool Tips * Finding Useful Genealogy Images * Finding Coat of Arms * Free Genealogy Databases 1 * Free Genealogy Databases 2 Lessons on Disk TWO: * Favorites & Folders for Genealogy * Yes, YOU Can Download * Gathering Your GEDCOM Files * Viewing Your GEDCOM Files * Computer Tips for Every Researcher * Amazing Free Stuff You Can Use * Your Personal Genealogy Notebook * Genealogy Feeds Made Easy 1 * Genealogy Feeds Made Easy 2 Enjoy ;-) Robert Ragan
  • Using Google News Timeline for Genealogy & Family History Google News Timeline is an ideal tool for family historians who want to further their genealogy research. Lisa Louise Cooke, host of the popular Genealogy Gems and Family History: Genealogy Made Easy podcasts at www.genealogygems.tv shows you how to use the Google News Timeline step by step to learn more about your family tree.
  • The Genealogy Guy - Intro from Robert Ragan Robert Ragan, the "Computer Genealogy Guy" introduces his goofy self and starts sharing some great tips on how to do your genealogy and family history. Robert publishes the Treasure Maps How-to Genealogy site and free e-mail newsletter (since 1995).
  • Genealogy - Working with GEDCOM Files Made Easy - Part 2 Over the years, I've found this GEDCOM file issue to be a stumbling block with the majority genealogy researchers. Here is genealogy GEDCOM file video mini-workshop for you, with step-by-step lessons in an easy-to-understand presentation. This mini-workshop is broken down into three parts: Robert Ragan's Mini-Workshop: ------------------------------------- "Working with GEDCOM Files Made Easy." - Part 1: Why GEDCOM files are a genealogy researcher's best friend: This introduction section shows you what GEDCOM files are and begins to solve the mystery and confusion that surrounds them. The majority of genealogy researchers don't know how to work with them and are missing out on so much. - Part 2: Genealogy software does all the work for you: You will see how to import (look at), export (save your own GEDCOM files) and how easy it is to do. Hopefully, you already have a favorite genealogy software program that you are using. If not, there is a link to a powerful free program (that happens to be my personal favorite) that you can get. - Part 3: You CAN do it: Here, you will see how to work with GEDCOM files in a different genealogy software program. Also, see a search on one of the many sites on the Internet where you can get GEDCOM files with the surnames that you are researching. I believe that the light bulbs will start going off in your mind, and you will finally understand what all of the fuss about GEDCOM files is all about. The lessons and examples in this workshop go ...
  • Google for Genealogy Update: It's All Related Visit In this video you'll learn what's new at Google Search and how to leverage it for better family history research and growing your family tree. Hosted by Lisa Louise Cooke of The Genealogy Gems Podcast.
  • Genealogy or Looking For One's Own Peeps Peeps goes to the Birmingham Public Library to research his family history.
  • TEDxLansing - Dirk Schweitzer - Genetic Genealogy Dirk Schweitzer is a German native and a chemist by training. He is working on establishing a green economy by replacing oil-based products with sugar-based products. In his presentation, he will introduce his hobby — the application of private DNA testing to learn about a person's health, ethnicity, direct male/female ancestry, and to identify close relatives. Event Produced by: Video Produced by: www.lcc.edu/tv About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
  • Free MLM Genealogy Leads. MLM Genealogy Leads MLM Genealogy Leads - Your source for MLM genealogy leads, reports, files and lists. The largest selection of MLM Genealogy related products and services on the Internet. MLM Genealogy Leads and MLM Genealogy Reports - New MLM Genealogy...
  • Native American Genealogy Overview An overview to the process of documenting ancestors who had Native American Genealogy. This provides information about the basic documents to use to document this history.
  • Genealogy #01: Beginning Your Family Tree The basics of genealogy beginning with downloading free forms, putting your data into genealogy programs, looking up information on the web, etc. This is an overall introduction with specific subject video tutorials to follow.
  • Blues Genealogy: "Sweet Home Chicago" - Blues Guitar Lessons - David Hamburger FULL POST w/ tab: su.pr David Hamburger - truefire.at Over the years I've had the pleasure of teaching at various workshops in the company of some fabulous blues guitarists, including Paul Rishell, Steve James and Duke Robillard, among others. I've always soaked up as much as I could from these experiences, realizing early on that as long as no one who was paying me to teach realized just how much I was actually learning myself, I was pretty much sitting on so much velvet. The thing I've always envied about these guys is their hands-on connection to the past. Steve's got stories about backing up Furry Lewis onstage in Memphis in the early '70s. Duke told me once how he got called up to sit in with Muddy Waters, while Freddie King was already onstage too, and Freddie proceeded to glower at Duke the entire time for messing with his own Muddy moment. "And Freddie was a big guy!" laughed Duke. But the best of all are Paul Rishell's stories about backing up Howlin' Wolf in Boston, also in the early '70s. After one session, one of the other musicians asked Wolf if he had any words of wisdom for a young, up and coming bluesman. Wolf looked the afro'd and dashiki'd guitarist up and down and growled, "Yeah! Throw them pedals in the river on the way to the barber shop!" So I wish the things I am about to tell you, I learned from hanging with Robert Lockwood Jr., sitting in with Roosevelt Sykes, and catching Magic Sam at his incendiary Ann Arbor Blues Festival appearance in the ...
  • Genealogy - Working with GEDCOM Files Made Easy - Part 1 Over the years, I've found this GEDCOM file issue to be a stumbling block with the majority genealogy researchers. Here is genealogy GEDCOM file video mini-workshop for you, with step-by-step lessons in an easy-to-understand presentation. This mini-workshop is broken down into three parts: Robert Ragan's Mini-Workshop: ------------------------------------- "Working with GEDCOM Files Made Easy." - Part 1: Why GEDCOM files are a genealogy researcher's best friend: This introduction section shows you what GEDCOM files are and begins to solve the mystery and confusion that surrounds them. The majority of genealogy researchers don't know how to work with them and are missing out on so much. - Part 2: Genealogy software does all the work for you: You will see how to import (look at), export (save your own GEDCOM files) and how easy it is to do. Hopefully, you already have a favorite genealogy software program that you are using. If not, there is a link to a powerful free program (that happens to be my personal favorite) that you can get. - Part 3: You CAN do it: Here, you will see how to work with GEDCOM files in a different genealogy software program. Also, see a search on one of the many sites on the Internet where you can get GEDCOM files with the surnames that you are researching. I believe that the light bulbs will start going off in your mind, and you will finally understand what all of the fuss about GEDCOM files is all about. The lessons and examples in this workshop go ...
  • Vocaloid song "Black and White Genealogy" 白と黒の系譜 English translation in more info www.nicovideo.jp Sheet Music: [HQ] mp3: [my crappy translation] Asterism is for truth Rainbows are for fantasies Lights are for dews Shadows are for streams Futures are for wings Pasts are for fetters Shines are for spirals Darkness is for the dawn If I indicate where I am, Can I even resist it And go down the middle of freezing black and white? If I throw away what I'm dragging, If I take off "who I am," Would you say I can arrive back there? Woud you...? Shapes are for prejudgment Colors are for convictions Exits are for words Questions are for noises Destinies are for screams Laws are for silence All for one One for all Defining even no necessity to support yourself, Can you find a way to get away somewhere else? Accurate deterioration is always by my side And all I have to do is wait for a signal, right? Is it...? If I indicate where I am, Can I even resist it And go down the middle of freezing black and white? If I throw away what I'm dragging, If I take off "who I am," Would you say I can arrive back there? Woud you...? ---------- thx to Neibaku for proofreading ---------- [Japanese romaji lyrics] seiza wa shinjitsu ni niji wa kūsō ni akari wa sizuku ni kageri wa nagare ni mirai wa tsubasa ni kako wa ashikase ni hikari wa rasen ni yami wa hajimari ni jibun no arika o shimesu koto de teikō sae mo dekite kogoeru shiro to kuro no chūshin o subereru? hikizuru ima made w suteta nara "kono mama" o nui dara kaeri tsukeru ...
  • How to Bring the Genealogy Goodies TO You "How to Bring the Genealogy Goodies TO You" Question for every online genealogy and family tree researcher: Do you have a personal, customized "Starting Page" when you get on the Internet? This lesson shows you how to use iGoogle as a place to bring the genealogy goodies (news, information and blog posts) to you instead of you having to go to the different genealogy sites all of the time. One example shows you how to bring the genealogy goodies in from the Treasure Maps genealogy site. Treasure Maps Feed:
  • The joy of genealogy and family history See the reasons why people do genealogy and family history. Connect with your family and your ancestry at . Find your ancestry.
  • Tony Burroughs (Author Black Roots) on the Genealogy Process Lisa Louise Cooke of The Genealogy Gems Podcast interviews expert genealogist Tony Burroughs (of the Ancestors and African American Lives television series) at the Southern California Genealogy Jamboree.
  • Genealogy Today: Tracing your Heritage Genealogy is one of the fastest growing hobbies in America. Despite the breakdown of many social and racial barriers, people are more interested than ever in their ethnic heritage. But as Lauren Garber explains, not all types of genealogical research are created equal...
  • Genealogy Blogger Randy Seaver on Family History Blogs Lisa Louise Cooke of the Genealogy Gems Podcast at www.GenealogyGems.TV interviews genealogy blogger Randy Seaver of the Genea-Musings blog at about family history, blogging, conferences and research. Filmed at the Southern Calif. Genealogical Jamboree 2009
  • Genealogy of Vidding with Francesca Coppa - '24/7 a DIY Video Summit' A Genealogy of Vidding genre program complete with co-curator Francesca Coppa's remarks. www.video24-7.org
  • Get Original Genealogy and Family History Records with FamilySearch New Record Search Pilot site You've got to try this. You may have been to the FamilySearch site before, but what they are working on is truly wonderful. I'm talking about access to copies of free original genealogy records - and you've got to see their new search interface. Very, very nice. Try your own genealogy and family tree searches just like the example in this video shows, and be sure to save the copies of the original records that you find. This is happening in part (a large part) because of "thousands of volunteers around the world who are helping to make more free records available online through FamilySearch Indexing." You will see links asking for volunteer "Indexers" on the Pilot site. I imagine many of Treasure Maps readers are involved with this already. The FamilySearch, Record Search - Pilot Site, is only going to get better and better. And bless all of you volunteers. Good luck ;-) Robert