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You may have asked yourself: “I find lots of great information, but when it comes time to write it in my pedigree or share it with someone else, I can never find it. What can I do to keep better track of my hard work?” Poor organization and poor note keeping can result in frustration, mistakes, lost information, and more work. In this episode, Jesse and Tom will show you some examples of organizational systems for genealogical information and the benefits of developing your own. You will learn how to find a system that works for you and organize your digital and physical files so you can find your records easily.
Brigham Young University has become known for its Christian higher education, sports teams, performing groups, and other program. There is one important trait that is often neglected: many people don’t think of BYU as an excellent place to do genealogical research. This webinar will introduce you to the many collections and services available to genealogical researchers at the BYU Family History Library and in other departments of the Harold B. Lee Library.
Your fan chart is full! Does that mean your family history is done? Learn how to use Puzzilla.org to help you continue to build your family tree.