SNGF: Genealogy Database Stats

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Randy has his Saturday Night Genealogy Fun challenge up on his blog, Genea-Musings.  This week we are to run a statistics report on our genealogy database. I use RootsMagic 3.2.2.  I got to my statistical report by going to File > Properties. Here is my report:   I combined all my databases into one database … Continued

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Friday Free Ebook: Hawaii, Its People, Climate, and Resources

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Today’s ebook is titled “Hawaii: Its People, Climate, and Resources by Daniel Logan. It was published by Pioneer Publishing Company, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, in 1903. This book has all sorts of information about the Hawaii islands. But, what makes it even more interesting is the photographs found throughout the book depicting early scenes in … Continued

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Facebook Groups: Dealing With The Email

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As many of you know, we have a Facebook group for Portuguese Hawaiian Genealogy.  Recently, the group was upgraded to the new Facebook Group format.  This made for some pleasant changes and some unforeseen consequences. The main complaint being voiced is about the excessive amount of email one gets as a group member.  While it’s … Continued

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SNGF: Problem List Report

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Randy Seaver’s got a new challenge for us for Saturday Night Genealogy Fun.   Run the problem list report from my genealogy software and then report on it. I use RootsMagic 3.2.2.  The Problem List Report can be found under Tools>Problem Search>Problem List.  Selecting the Problem List brings up a screen where I can modify which … Continued

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Finding Enumeration Districts in the 1940 Census

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Some time back, I posted to Randy Seaver’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun about what I expected to find in the 1940 Census.  Joel Weintraub from the website  SteveMorse.org posted a comment about the different utilities they’ve created to assist people with searching the 1940 census.  I decided to check it out to see if I … Continued

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