Genealogy Gifts of Knowledge

It’s December and that means Happy Holidays and that means gift-giving and why not ask for something you truly want…more genealogy knowledge!

In our latest podcast, Episode #48, we talk about continuing our pursuit of knowledge in the genealogical field with new books for our shelves and educational opportunities either in person or online. There is no better time to ask for these items or get them for yourselves. All the books we recommend are on our Amazon storefront which makes it easy to purchase and helps support our podcast which we greatly appreciate!

Let’s get to it! Here are our top 20 in no particular order:

  1. Red Book edited by Alice Eichholz
  2. Professional Genealogy by Elizabeth Shown Mills
  3. Genealogical Standards
  4. Evidence Explained by Elizabeth Shown Mills
  5. Numbering Your Genealogy by the National Genealogical Society
  6. Mastering Genealogical Proof by Thomas Jones
  7. Mastering Genealogical Documentation by Thomas Jones
  8. Black’s Lw Dictionary 3rd or 4th edition
  9. NGS Researcher Guides for the States
  10. Guide to Genealogical Writing by Penelope L. Stratton and Henry B. Hoff CG, FASG
  11. A to ZAX Dictionary for Genealogists and Historians by Barbara Jean Evans
  12. Elements of Genealogical Analysis by Robert Charles Anderson, FASG
  13. Guide to DNA Testing and Genetic Genealogy by Blaine T. Bettinger
  14. Genetic Genealogy in Practice by Blaine T. Bettinger and Debbie Parker
  15. The Source A Guide Book to American Genealogy Edited by Loretto Dennis Szucs and Sandra Hargreaves Leubking
  16. How to Use Evernote for Everything by Kerry Scott
  17. Genealogical Proof Standard by Christine Rose
  18. The Everything Guide to Online Genealogy by Kimberly Powell
  19. Creating Family Archives by Margot Note
  20. Genealogy Fiction of any kind

In-person week-long educational opportunities we recommend are:

July 26-31, 2020 Registration opens February 1st, 2020, the University of Georgia in Athens, GA

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