Author Archives: debbiemieszala

Introducing Historic Michigan Law

My ancestor, Captain Dennis Henry McBride, commanded a ship that made hundreds of voyages from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Grand Haven, Michigan. It was fun to find an image of the port he so often visited. Like many locations in The … Continue reading

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Free Daily Webinars in April!

Would you like some good news?

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New York and Lake County, Illinois: Additions to Existing Pages

It’s been a busy week, but there are a couple of new things to explore for New York and Illinois at the Advancing Genealogist!

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Advancing Your Education: Free Webinar Today on Assumptions in Genealogical Research

Do you enjoy a good puzzle?

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Introducing Historic Montana Statutes

It’s been quite a while since I wrote about Montana. In 2014, I researched a livestock brand that my family used there. Today I invite you to explore my library of digitized Montana session laws and compiled statutes.

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Introducing Historic Wisconsin Statutes

The Wisconsin Historical Society library houses a collection of Wisconsin session law books. Those aging little volumes hold answers to questions, but a trip to Madison is not necessary to peruse them.

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Advancing Your Education: Free Webinar on Transcribing Documents

If you want to learn about transcription, LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson will present a webinar on the topic on Tuesday April 16, 2019!

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