A Band of ANGLEAS Reprint Thursday, Mar 2 2017 

We are excited to announce the return to print ofangeleaftcvr

A Band of Angleas with Index (2017 Omnibus reprint) and the original index only

By Robert W. Anglea

Revised from original 1991 book and includes supplemental index (sold separately in early edition), this 460 page book carries an hardcover ISBN 978-1-936091-32-4. The original large format of 8.5×11″ has been preserved in this  full-color hard cover book. Contents include photographs, charts, documents and artwork.

Softbound and CD editions also available. Visit the website or contact us for more information.

 

February, 2014 Electronic Magazine – Production Tuesday, May 20 2014 

Some ideas for Electronic edition publications

  • Produce an electronic edition exclusive: Make a cross reference area for specific family members with clickable links directly to all book content about that individual.

  • Family books – make a Google map available.

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December, 2013 Electronic Magazine – Genealogy Tuesday, May 20 2014 

Did you know the North Carolina library has a digital family records area?

http://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov/digital/ncfamilyrecords/

E-Magazine Volume 12 Issue 3: Genealogy Tuesday, Mar 5 2013 

Oklahoma online free resources
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Check in with the Oklahoma History Center to see what online databases and indexes are available to use for free: http://www.okhistory.org/research/index

Two new resources are the 1933 Unemployment relief census and the 1901 El Reno Land Lottery names drawn.

February 2013 E-Zine (V12#2): Production Monday, Feb 11 2013 

Some ideas for Electronic edition publications

  • Cross link jargon with glossary entries.

  • Cross link family members and/or multiple entries.

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Index now searchable online: Crews family book Wednesday, May 16 2012 

As the following book was readied for reprint, we thought it would be a good time to make available – for personal use only – the original surname index in a searchable PDF format. Follow the links below for more information. Note, all book excerpts available through GCI are for personal use only and are not for reprint or further broadcast.

Searchable PDF Index

More about the entire book for sale: Metes & Bounds II: David Crews, Ancestors & Descendants, by Donna Hechler Porter

August 2009, V8#8: Design Wednesday, Aug 5 2009 

Quality may be a factor in deciding whether to included a printed photo in a family book, but not always. Many authors are producing hybrid books so they don’t have to leave any photos out. This page contains some great ideas to be published by the Gregath Publishing Company to keep in mind.

Show your achievements, whatever they are – be they are military medals, trophies, etc. Captions are important as well.

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December 2006, V5 #12: Genealogy Friday, Mar 20 2009 

Don’t forget to ask for family data updates in your end of year holiday mailings. So many of us put off adding family information to our working files because it can be done later. Sometimes this turns into loosing information. Remember to include your new family data in these mailings as well. This can be done as a separate sheet that can be easily discarded for those non-genealogy oriented family members.

August 2006, V5 #8: Genealogy Friday, Mar 20 2009 

FAMILY HEALTH HISTORY: Know your past; protect your future! 

This summer as you plan for family reunions, don’t forget to take time to talk about your family health history. Family reunions are the perfect time to learn about and share, not only your genealogy but your family health history as well. And for some families, knowing this information could be life-saving. This is because many health problems like heart disease, asthma, cancer, and diabetes tend to run in families. When close family members have the same health problem or develop a problem at a younger age than expected, this can increase other family members’ risk of developing the problem. But the good news is, by learning about your family health history, you can make healthy choices to lower your risk.
 To help families talk about and share their family health history, the Utah Department of Health developed a free Family Health History Toolkit. The toolkit contains a pedigree chart, fun ideas, and talking points you can use with family members to collect about your family health history. 
 
To get a free Family Health History Toolkit visit www.health.utah.gov/genomics or call the Health Resource Line at 1-888-222-2542.

From Federation of Genealogical Societies “FGS Delegate Digest”  Volume 13, No. 9, July 2006

November 2005, V4#11: Marketing Thursday, Jan 29 2009 

Using your contact information, follow up your initial press release with subsequent releases such as a report on sales, family gatherings, signing party, new projects, special offers/sales (holiday free shipping, contributor/family discount), etc.

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