New Quick Starts: Sources & War of 1812


w/  Special  Guest Brian Rhinehart

Sleuthing Compiled and Printed Sources

Since we’re always told to get the original record, how valuable are compiled and printed sources for family history research? Jim and Michael provide the best methodology for kicking the tires and taking advantage of these types of sources.

Digging Up War of 1812 Bounty Land

Bounty Land warrants are often talked about but rarely understood. Brian our special guest is a military Specialist, will demystify War of 1812 Bounty Land. warrants. The first thing he says is that you must know the laws. Which he will share along with the rest of the steps during his Quick Start

Watch Live

YouTube or Facebook  Live at 8:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, September 19th The recording will be available after the episode.

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Identity & Land ownership

GenQS Tag Cloud

African-American Genealogy Group Beginner Black Genealogy Black History Bounty Land census Church Records Civilian Records Civil War community Compiled and Printed Sources Enslaved Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania Genealogy Tools German Historical context Historical Society of Pennsylvania Identity inheritance James Beidler Land Ownership Lawnside Library of Congress Manumission Marriage Military muslim National Archives Parking Day pension Philadelphia plantation Playlist Preserving Photos Research Plan same name Slave Claims Commission Social History Sources Special Guest Street Genealogy United States colored Troops War of 1812

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