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02/24/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Who introduced you to family history? Do they still play a role in your research?
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Graphic designer Maki Yamamoto creates photographic collages of antique items, including old tools that belonged to her father. “Things that have been worn out with time and damage carry a lot of history and love of the people who used them.”
My Modern Met

Artist Commemorates the History Behind Her Father's Vintage Tools
02/22/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Kenyatta D. Berry, host of Genealogy Roadshow (PBS), answers the top two questions asked by fans of her show like you. Learn how she got started in genealogy and the most interesting thing she has discovered about her ancestors.

Discovering My Passion for Genealogy
02/21/2017 at 23:37. Facebook
Did you watch RootsTech? What did you learn? Here is a collection of blogs of those that attended, glean great information from what they learned!

RootsTech 2017 Blog Compendium -- UPDATED
02/21/2017 at 03:11. Facebook
How many of you researchers use a form such as a research log to keep track?

Research Logs Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki
02/19/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Complicated relationships are nothing new, but the details can get juicier when you hear the story from someone who was there! From elopements to a second family, see what one person found in the dirt hidden beneath the leaves of her family tree.

It’s Complicated: Unique Relationships in Historical Records
02/18/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
What have been the most important and valued friendships in your life?
Use #52Stories to help record your personal history: [ Link ] 7/52
02/17/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
What is your favorite memory of a wedding or anniversary celebration?
Oxfordshire ancestry (including records for Winston Churchill and C. S. Lewis) will be available online as the Oxfordshire Family History Society and the Oxfordshire History Centre digitize over 4 million birth, marriage, and burial records dating back to 1538.

Check out your family history online
At RootsTech we discussed why it is important to preserve family heritage through recipes.
Learn more about sharing your family recipes here:
There are many reasons you may want your children to become familiar with the geography of your family’s past. Hopefully between their studies at school and home they will be able to form a strong identity and become informed citizens ready to make decisions about government, politics, the environment, and places. Learn how to make your own family map game from Family Locket .

Teaching Family History with a Family Map Game
Russell M Nelson shares his thoughts on his experience participating in Family Discovery Day at RootsTech
“You hold in your hands the happiness of more people than you can now imagine.” —President Henry B. Eyring
If you missed the first #AfricanHeritage day at RootsTech yesterday, here is a recap!
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RootsTech 2017 - Friday Sessions
Do you know the story of how your grandparents met and fell in love?
Use #52Stories to help record your personal history: [ Link ]
What techniques do you use to keep focus during your genealogical research?
What inspiring experiences have you had as you've explored old family photos, indexed historical records, or looked through great-grandma's recipe box? What did these moments mean to you?

Share your experience with others!

Share Your Inspiring Family History Moments
Family History Ron Tanner's class from RootsTech