The following was written by Bob Black, Director of Tucson Family History Center and PCGS Steering Committee Member. The Family History Center (500 S. Langley, southwest of Broadway and Kolb by Palo Verde Park) recently purchased a Kodak PS80 Scanning System. The system includes a high-speed photo scanner (85 pages
The following article is written by guest blogger Moreen Ferdie, professional genealogist and moderator of the Jewish Genealogy SIG. The Jewish Genealogy Special Interest Group is a free group that meets the first Wednesday of the month from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the Family History Center, 500 S.
PCGS is the proud sponsor of the workshop 19th Century Irish Genealogy Research: What’s Available and How to Use it. Workshop participants will gain an in-depth look at Irish records created during the 1800’s. The Irish Civil Registration process will be explored, including the time period covered by these records and their
We received the following announcement from Legacy Tree Genealogists, Inc.: Your Irish Genealogy Questions… Answered! Do you have Irish ancestry? If you have questions about Irish genealogy research, you’re not alone–and we want to help! Submit your Irish genealogy questions on our website at https://legacytree.com/live, then join us for the
Come join us next Saturday, May 19, for The Blue and the Grey — Tracking Down Your Confederate and Union Soldiers featuring Nicole Dyer and Amy Urman. Nicole will speak on Sources to Research Confederate Soldiers Online. Confederate soldiers in your family tree may be more difficult to research than Union soldiers. Using the