New Leaf Genealogy
Discover a New Leaf on Your Family Tree
 
Sylvia Tracy-
Doolos, Genealogical Researcher & Family Archivist 
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I present regularly, here are some of my current presentations:

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Linguistic Tools for Your Brick Wall Demolition Kit
Discover linguistic tips, tricks and resources that can help you find your most elusive ancestors. Brick walls can sometimes be an obstacle that has more to do with language than anything else. We will explore how the language of our ancestors, as well as the language of the area they settled in, can affect our research results.
Spring 2018, GenConnect @ RSLC
Women and the Records they Created

American women in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries left records, none of which are unique to women. But, these records can provide unique insights when looked at through a historical lens as women's lives changed.

 Spring 2018, GenConnect @ RSLC































If you are interested in doing research on your family lines there are many excellent resources available.  These are some of our favorites.  It is a dynamic list so check back! If you would like more information or have specific questions please contact me!

http://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/ 
Ancestry's resource page

http://www.cyndislist.com/

Cyndi's list is the most complete listing on the web of resources

http://www.googleyourfamilytree.com/ Google Your Family Tree - Companion site to the book of the same name.
http://www.ellisisland.org/ Ellis Island has a searchable database by immigrant name and ship name for those who arrived in the U.S. through New York between 1892 and 1924.
http://immigrantships.net/ Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
http://www.virtualjamestown.org/ Virtual Jamestown - one of my favorite sites if you have Virginia ancestors. You can browse or follow the navigation at the bottom to go directly to source documents related to many aspects of life in the 17th century.
http://www.loc.gov/rr/genealogy/ Library of Congress reading room for genealogy and local histories
http://www.archives.gov/ United States National Archives

http://www.usgenweb.org/

U.S. Genweb -  Genealogy projects by state, county and surname

http://www.familytreecircles.com/

Family Tree Circles - connect with others researching your surnames 

http://www.fold3.com/

Fold3 - basic information is free but their best content requires a subscription.

New Leaf Genealogy
Denver, Colorado, USA
Sylvia@NewLeafGen.com

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