New Books from Unlock the Past: Baptist History and Migration to New Zealand

In between attending (and organising) numerous events, the team at Unlock the Past have finalised two new guide books. These new books cover Australian Baptist history and how you can use those records to your advantage as a researcher, and also migration to New Zealand, which many will find useful to help find and understand the records available for those who migrated there.

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Highlight: So You Are Totally New to Family Tree Maker (New Edition)

‘So You Are Totally New to Family Tree Maker’ covers the absolute basics that users, with very little computer understanding can get up and running. The book takes new users through installation, registration, activating an Ancestry.com subscription, as well as creating and importing files. The book introduces new users to the eight workspaces …

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Highlight: The Family Historian’s Enquire Within

‘Family Historian’s Enquire Within’ is one of those classic genealogy reference books that anyone who has been doing their famly history for 15+ years probably still has on their bookshelf. Set out in an alphabetical format, occupations, places, titles, and genealogy terminology and a whole heap more are included in this book.

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Out-of-Style: The How, Why and When of Vintage Fashion

Former columnist/illustrator for Ancestry Magazine, Betty Kreisel Shubert, has published a ground breaking book inspired by the need of genealogists to date old family pictures, as well as the research needs of costume designers, theatre companies, social historians, vintage clothing collectors and fashionistas.

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Tracing Your Irish Ancestors – Research Guides

Working in a bookshop I get excited when new books are released. Especially when nothing, or at least nothing recent has been published on that topic. Today I want to highlight a range of Irish research guides that have been published by Flyleaf Press. Their guides have become ‘standard’ research tools for those researching their Irish roots …

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New Version of Software for the Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner Released

The team from Flip-Pal attended the RootsTech Conference in Salt Lake City last week, and during the 3 day event they not only launched the brand new Flip-Pal software, but also demonstrated the benefits of using the brand new software and the Flip-Pal Toolbox.

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Heritage Scrapbooking: Bazzill Basics Heritage Collection

Family Tree scrapbookers will love the new (and older) range of Heritage collection papers from Bazzill Basics. Made for you to record your family tree using pedigree charts, and family group sheets, this is an easy, yet very stylish way to record your family history.

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Flip-Pal Mobile Scanners Comparison Chart

If you’ve heard about the Flip-Pal mobile scanners, but you’re a little confused at what comes with what, we’ve created this handy chart for you.

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Vote for Your Favourite Cruise T-Shirt Slogan

Last week I announced that we would be having t-shirts available for the 3rd History & Genealogy Cruise which is coming up in February 2013, and I put out the call for slogans to go on the back. We have had 25 slogans submitted, so now it’s your turn. You get to vote for your favouite slogan or slogans (you can choose as many as you like). Voting will close on Wednesday 21st November.

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Where Can I Use My Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner?

Flip-Pal Mobile Scanners are taking over the world … family historians have discovered them, and can’t live without them, photographers have found just how useful they are, and the craft and scrapbooking industry have found them simply Ah-mazing. Sadly not every archive repositry, library, museum, family history society or historical group allows use of the Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner on-site. So to make everyone’s life a little easier we have started to compile a listing of places that do allow useage of the scanner on-site.

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Father’s Day Offer: 50% off Google Your Family Tree

If you’re stuck with what to give your genealogy-mad dad for Father’s Day, we have the p-e-r-f-e-c-t gift. If he doesn’t have a copy of Google Your Family Tree, trust me this is the go. Pretty much everyone knows (in general) how to use Google, but trust me this book will give you a whole new level of knowledge on how to REALLY search, as well as teach you things that you didn’t even know Google could do.

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MyHeritage Hits the 1 Billion Profiles Mark

MyHeritage, the most popular family network on the web, today announced that it has reached the milestone of one billion profiles. The billion individuals in nearly 23 million family trees, created by the millions of families using MyHeritage worldwide

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Gifts for Mother’s Day

Here is a great selection of Genealogy & History gifts for your special mum.

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