Over the past few months, I have been working with Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL, to develop a research guide to Pennsylvania genealogy. Elissa has quite the resume of knowledge when it comes to Pennsylvania genealogy and I was thrilled to get the opportunity to work with her. The format of the in-brief guides for … Continue reading An In-Brief Guide to Pennsylvania Genealogy
How many times have you driven down a road and seen a historical marker and wondered, “What was that about?” I enjoy driving quite a bit, but even so, I miss a lot of the details even in my daily commute. I’m not about to pull over so that I can read the sign … Continue reading Have You Tried the “Field Trip” App?
Ever since I bought my house and my commute become a minimum thirty minute trip I have found all kinds of ways to make the time fly. In the morning I often switch between listening to the local NPR station and the Top 40 "Morning Zoo". It depends on my mood and the attention that … Continue reading Audiobooks Inspire Me
Earlier this year, Jennifer Holik published several series of books for homeschoolers and other educators. Her books entitled, “Branching Out” are based on her original blog writings and were fleshed out for several age groups: 1st–3rd, 4th-8th, and High School Students. She also had additional genealogists assist in these books. Her editor was Stephanie Pitcher … Continue reading “Branching Out” for All Ages