WEBSITE WEDNESDAY

DAVID RUMSEY AND HIS MAPS I love maps. All kinds of maps. Old maps from the days of “terra incognita” to modern-day Google street view maps. The calendar I used last year showed pictures of medieval and renaissance maps and I have a box (somewhere!) full of old gas station maps of various states withContinue reading “WEBSITE WEDNESDAY”

WEBSITE WEDNESDAY

CYNDI’S LIST You may already know about this wonderful resource for genealogy links online known as “Cyndi’s List” (https://www.cyndislist.com/).  When I first started doing online genealogy in the late 90s, I ran across this website and I loved it.  Searching online was vastly different than it is today and finding a compendium of source linksContinue reading “WEBSITE WEDNESDAY”

WEBSITE WEDNESDAY

TOMBSTONE TRANSCRIPTIONS FROM INTERMENT.NET It’s Wednesday again!  Where does the time go?  We’ve had some snow here in the Colorado foothills and I’ve heard there were snowstorms in other parts of the country.  It’s winter and it’s cold outside.  It’s a good time for indoor hobbies – like genealogy.  (Actually, I could do genealogical researchContinue reading “WEBSITE WEDNESDAY”

WEBSITE WEDNESDAY

BYU FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY WEBINARS I love watching webinars.  Before COVID, I thought webinars would not be the ideal medium for learning because I learn more through reading than with someone speaking.  I found out I was wrong.  I do retain many things from listening to a speaker, viewing the slides, perusing the syllabus, andContinue reading “WEBSITE WEDNESDAY”

WEBSITE WEDNESDAY

GENERAL LAND OFFICE RECORDS FOR GENEALOGY General Land Office (GLO) records at the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management (BLM) are wonderful if you happen to have an ancestor who purchased public land.  The website is https://glorecords.blm.gov/.  They have over 5,000,000 land title records starting in 1788.  Not every single land titleContinue reading “WEBSITE WEDNESDAY”