This busy season we are announcing both issues can be found on our website or in a Facebook note. We realize this may not “deliver it to your door” like placing the text in three different places online, but think it might be worth the little extra effort for blog readers.
November & December 2016 E-Zine Tuesday, Dec 13 2016
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New November 2009 Travel Opportunity Saturday, Jun 6 2009
November 4-13 – a Civil War tour through Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and Tennessee. Travelers will be in Biloxi for the focus of UDC 2009 General Convention. This trip is hosted by Cowskin Prairie UDC Chapter #2611. Gregath is excited to be able to help with the “travel agent” aspects of the trip – including accepting PayPal and Visa/MasterCard. Any adult is welcome, and there will be side trips for non UDC members during the Convention days. Reservations are only $950.00.
March 2008, V7#3: Genealogy Wednesday, Jan 7 2009
Stamping Your Books
By Cari Thomas
I found Gene Ewert’s suggestions about things to do when taking a
genealogy trip of great value, and several “rookie mistakes” he
mentioned were ones I’ve encountered through my years. Thanks Gene.
Gene suggested that the greatest rookie mistake was to not write
identification and contact information in your notebooks so that they
could be returned if lost. I would like to pass along an additional
I say “pass along” because this tip comes compliments of my late
mother-in-law, Mary Lib Tipton Thomas, who was a junior high school
librarian in Ohio for many years.
Mary Lib’s practice was not only to write identifying information on
the insides of the front and back covers as Gene Ewert suggested, but
to include it in the middle of the book as well. She always put the
school logo stamp on page fifty of each book in her library or in the
middle of the book if it had less than fifty pages.
A book would still be identifiable (and therefore returnable) because
of that interior stamp, even if it had lost its cover or end pages.
This tip is especially valuable for irreplaceable genealogical
notebooks and records.
To read Gene Ewert’s article, “What I Learned from my Genealogy Trip,”
Previously published in RootsWeb Review: 7 November 2007, Vol. 10, No. 45