First Friday Genealogy with Sassy Jane contains tips and tricks for your family history research, highlights from this website, and special content for subscribers only.

The First Friday Genealogy newsletter for January 2015 has been delivered to subscribers. This month’s issue looks back at the top posts from my blog in 2014. The most popular post this year was about finding missing marriage records.

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My focus is genealogy from an archivist’s perspective. Topics include using primary sources effectively, search strategies, archives news, and technology tips. Information on how to organize genealogy research, catalog family photographs, and simplify sources and citations are also favorite topics. I also like sharing information on using iPads and iPhones for mobile genealogy.

There are lots of genealogy newsletters out there, so I want you to know that “First Friday Genealogy with Sassy Jane” is: 1. short, 2. sweet, 3. free. Join us and get the First Friday Genealogy Newsletter for January 2015 today.

UPDATE: As of December 5, 2014, the Family History Library announced: “Online requests for photo duplication services of microfilm and books are no longer available.” Click the link above for more information. Please disregard the information in the January issue of First Friday Genealogy on this discontinued service.