Ancestral Findings Podcast
Genealogy is the most wonderful of pastimes. I love it, and you should, too. There are endless reasons why. Genealogy is one of the fastest growing hobbies in the western world, as more and more people discover the exhilarating and slightly addictive nature of ancestor hunting. It’s like an ongoing mystery with clues you have to discover and then put together to come to conclusions about your family’s past. The mystery never ends, because there is no end to the amount of time you can potentially go back in history with your family research. Yet, the more you can discover, the more complete picture of your family you can put together. It’s insanely rewarding, and the more you do it, the more you will want to do it. That’s a given.
AF-144: Finding Probate Records
AF-143: How Theodore Roosevelt Developed His Cowboy Reputation
AF-142: Genealogy Debriefing After a Genealogy Trip
AF-141: Leif Eriksson the Famous Viking Explorer
AF-140: The Birth of Lincoln Logs
AF-139: What is a GEDCOM?
AF-138: What are Railroad Records?
AF-137: The Dangers of Being Careless on Citing Resources in Your Genealogy Research
AF-136: What to Do if Your Research Isn't Getting Any Results
AF-135: The Biggest Genealogy Research Mistakes You Don't Want to Make
AF-134: How to Protect Your Genealogy Data
AF-133: 3 Ways to Be Constantly Improving Your Genealogy Research
AF-132: European Censuses
AF-131: Tricks for Finding the Unknown Burial Location of an Ancestor
AF-130: Oregon Trail Ancestry: Did Your Ancestors Travel the Trail
AF-129: Why Understanding Ancient Laws is Important in Genealogy
The Missouri Compromise: What Was it and How Did it Contribute to the Civil War?
AF-127: How to Conduct a Neighborhood Study, and Why You Should
AF-126: Remembering Pets in Your Family History
AF-125: 5 Substitutions for the 1890 Census