I am torn this week between working outside and digging into genealogy! With our lovely warm days in North Dakota coming to an end with the first week of Fall, I have a long list of outside projects to do. However, I did want to share information about a free site that is not utilized as much as it could be. Let’s look.
I love Fall. The cool crisp morning and sunny mild days give me an extra burst of energy to get projects done outside and genealogy research inside. This week let’s explore using City Directories in our research.
With many conferences postponed or cancelled, I have been taking advantage of the online courses included when signed up for the National Genealogical Society Conference 2020. One that I just finished focused on the importance of transcribing your genealogy documents. Let’s look.
Labor Day is an interesting U.S. holiday where we celebrate all those who work by having a three-day weekend. It was signed into law by President Cleveland. To learn more about the how the holiday came into being, check out this article on the History Channel.
Enjoy the weekend—whether you are enjoying the last official weekend of summer with your family or working!
With a lifelong passion for genealogy and history, the author enjoys the opportunity to share genealogy tidbits, inspiring others to research and write their family story.