Tag: family history

Interviewing Family, Part Two – Recording Your Interviews

Here in Part two, we’re talking about how to record an interview with a family member.  For information the questions you should ask, please see Interviewing Family, Part One – The Interview. To jump straight to my favorite video gear, go here. You’ll want to… Continue Reading “Interviewing Family, Part Two – Recording Your Interviews”

12 Tips for Interviewing Family Part One – The Interview

12 TIPS TO GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR FAMILY INTERVIEWS

Learn Genealogy – Software vs. Online Services

If you’re new to genealogy you may be asking yourself, how do I get started, what do I collect, where do I find this stuff, and how do I keep it all organized? Today let’s talk about the basic differences between online services and… Continue Reading “Learn Genealogy – Software vs. Online Services”

Learn Genealogy – Research Logs & Research Planning

Use your Research Planning in combination with your Research Log … by using spreadsheets! 

Ruth Faison Shaw, the Originator of Finger Painting

Here’s a story produced by WRAL-TV about a Duplin County native, Ruth Faison Shaw… the originator of finger painting. She is buried in Oakdale Cemetery in Wilmington, NC.  More about Oakdale Cemetery and Ruth Faison Shaw can also be found in this video I produced… Continue Reading “Ruth Faison Shaw, the Originator of Finger Painting”

%d bloggers like this: