Published by LisaLouiseCooke: How to Print Merged Images in Evernote

Need a better understanding of how to print merged Images in Evernote? Here’s a Q&A from a reader. Recently I heard from Joe, who was trying to merge screen clips into a single image and note. He found that after he merged the screen clips, “the merged clips appear as one note on the screen.…

http://lisalouisecooke.com/2015/12/how-to-print-merged-images-in-evernote/

Published by NativeAmericanRoots: “Poor White Women” in Granville’s Native American Community

In this blog post, I closely examine the lives of several white women who lived among, married into, and had children with Native Americans in Granville County. I find these examples quite interesting because they dispel the notion of “white” as a static racial category. Though these women were “biologically” white and born into white families, […]

https://nativeamericanroots.wordpress.com/2015/12/14/poor-white-women-in-granvilles-native-american-community/

Published by Dick Eastman: Jamestown Dig named One of Archaeology Magazine’s Top Ten Discoveries of 2015

Nearly 20 years after unearthing the lost remains of America’s first permanent English settlement, Jamestown archaeologists have attracted world attention again with one of Archaeology Magazine’s Top Ten discoveries of 2015. This is the third time the project has made the list since uncovering the town’s historic 1608 church in 2010. Excavations of four burials…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/12/17/jamestown-dig-named-one-of-archaeology-magazines-top-ten-discoveries-of-2015/

Published by Dick Eastman: Troy Irish Genealogy Website adds Death Notices Appearing in Troy, NY Newspapers 1797 – 1860

The following is an extract of a message received from Bill McGrath of the Troy Irish Genealogy Society: An index to 6,198 death notices that were published in five different Troy, New York newspapers from 1797 to 1860 was created by staff at the Troy Public Library in 1938. The Troy Irish Genealogy Society was…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/11/16/troy-irish-genealogy-website-adds-death-notices-appearing-in-troy-ny-newspapers-1797-1860/

Published by Dick Eastman: An Invitation from Heredis for Users of Family Tree Maker

Heredis is an excellent genealogy program for Windows and Macintosh in my opinion although I believe many others share that view as well. In light of the recent announcement about the “retirement” of Family Tree Maker, the folks that produce Heredis have issued an invitation to all Family Tree Maker users: We invite Family Tree…

http://blog.eogn.com/2015/12/14/an-invitation-from-heredis-for-users-of-family-tree-maker/