Starting last Wednesday, Feb. 28th 2018 thru Saturday, March 3rd 2018, I attended RootsTech 2018, thru online streaming. RootsTech probably the largest genealogy conference in the world (I don’t know of one bigger, but someone might call me out on that.) This article is long, but it is one that I hope you will all want […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Part of the “process” of getting back to the basics* is to determine what I actually have on my shelves. I watched a Legacy Tree Webinar presented by Shannon Combs-Bennett on January 11, 2017 titled “Tips and Tricks to Organizing Your Genealogy” and this was one of the Tips. So I decided to take it to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
So my goal this year is to go “back to the basics” in doing Swisher research. So how do you do that? First, you have to get organized. Not just once, but again, and again, and again. That’s what I have tried to do over the years, but just never got it done. Of course […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I grew up in the middle of Kansas. It is often said that Kansas is flat as a pancake. Not so! Western Kansas is flat as a pancake. That has been proven by a scientific survey, at least according to a TV show about food facts. In that survey they compared the surfaces of Kansas […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.