Sassy Jane Genealogy

US and European Genealogy Research

Sassy Jane Genealogy

US and European Genealogy Research

Posts about search strategies, including how to limit or expand searches, and specific tips for searching genealogy sites and Google.

29 Sep 2019

Resources Mentioned BIFHSGO 2019

By |29 Sep 2019|Digital Collections, Organizing Genealogy Research, Sassy Jane Genealogy Guides, Search Strategies|2 Comments

Some links to resources mentioned BIFHSGO 2019 conference: Dashlane Password Manager Scanners for Genealogy Katherine R. Willson's Genealogy on Facebook List Facebook for Canadian Genealogy from Gail Dever's Genealogy à la Carte My genealogy [...]

7 Jul 2019

Mapping Newspapers at Chronicling America

By |7 Jul 2019|Databases, Newspapers, Search Strategies|5 Comments

Interested in mapping newspapers in Chronicling America collection? An interactive data visualization project at Stanford maps locations of historic newspapers in the Chronicling America collection. How cool is that? The International German Genealogy Conference [...]

24 May 2019

Searching the U.S. Newspaper Directory

By |24 May 2019|German Genealogy, Newspapers, Research Tips, Search Strategies|0 Comments

Today's lets talk about searching the U.S. Newspaper Directory, 1690-Present. Chronicling America at the Library of Congress gets lots of good press from me and other genealogists. This resource provides access to digitized U.S. [...]

1 May 2019

Finding More in U.S. City Directories

By |1 May 2019|Primary Sources, Sassy Jane Genealogy Newsletter, Search Strategies|4 Comments

Interested in finding more in U.S. city directories? It can pay off handsomely with these tips. Because they are usually arranged alphabetically, U.S. city directories are a snap for finding relatives and ancestors. The [...]

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