FGS Book Club
Rue Lynn Galbraith facilitates our next book in our book club series, Advanced Genealogy Research Techniques by George G. Morgan and Drew Smith.
The book covers how to use innovative methods to unearth hard-to-find ancestors. Each chapter will provide professional advice on formatting a research strategy, understanding the details you discover, keeping careful track of your data, analyzing the evidence, and developing hypotheses.
|19 January||Introduction, Chapter 1: Examine the Brick Wall in Detail|
|16 February||Chapter 2: Use Brute Force|
|16 March||Chapter 3: Go Around the Brick Wall|
|20 April||Chapter 4: Talk to a Friend|
|18 May||Chapter 5: Use Crowdsourcing|
|15 June||Chapter 6: Apply Technological Solutions|
|20 July||Chapter 7: Hire a Demolition Expert|
|17 August||Chapter 8: Rest up and Attack the Brick Wall Another Time|
|21 September||Chapter 9: Put the Techniques to Work|
Rue Lynn Galbraith
Rue Lynn was reared in Blanding, a small rural town in Southeastern Utah. His interest in genealogy began as a child, as he sat on his mother’s lap looking over a large volume of family records. In his youth he began to copy pedigree charts and family group records into his own Family History book, and …