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FGS Pittsburgh 30 Aug-2 Sep 2017

We’ll be exhibiting in Pittsburgh 30 Aug- 2 Sep for the Federation of Genealogical Societies 2017 Conference, Building Bridges to the Past.  We’ll be in booth #328, and will be presenting a talk on book publishing at 10am Friday, September 1, in the Exhibit Hall.

Exhibit hall is open:

Thursday, 31 August 9:30-5

Friday 1 September 9-5

Saturday 2 September 9-3

Look forward to seeing you there!

NERGC, 26-29 April 2017

We will be at NERGC, the 14th New England Regional Genealogical Conference, 26-29 April 2017, and hope to meet you there. You can find us at Booth #39 in the exhibit hall.

Want to know what we know about book publishing? We will be giving a lecture on Friday afternoon 4:45-5:45,  Book Publishing for Today’s Genealogists.

And you can talk with us at our booth, too. The exhibit hall is open 9-5 on Thursday and Friday, and 9 -3:30 on Saturday. We look forward to meeting you!

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Many thanks to The Irish Ancestral Research Association for the invitation to speak at your April meeting. I thoroughly enjoyed my time with you and am so pleased to be a member!

“Tee” Noland lives on…

Just published!

1st. Lt. Edward Turner Noland, Jr.

1917-1944

Son, Brother, Uncle, Friend, Hero

 

Published December 25, 2016

ISBN: 978-1-887043-33-5; 128 pages;  8.5 x 8.5 hardcover; full color; photos and maps; $26.00

Bombardier Edward Turner “Tee” Noland, Jr. was shot down and killed over Italy in 1944, near the end of WWII, but his legacy, and his name, live on in his family. With family stories, letters, and photos of artifacts, this volume tells Tee’s story in vivid detail.

Compiled by Kimberly Easter Noland and truly a labor of love, this remarkable book tells the story of one WWII airman and includes interviews with family, official documents, and memorabilia sent to the family after Tee was shot down.

 

A 20-year search for a French army soldier comes to an end

We are delighted to announce the publication of:

Kraemer Families in Alsace, France: My 20-year Search for a French Army Soldier

Joyce Draganchuk

Family history/Genealogy

Publication date: December 5, 2016

ISBN: 978-1-887043-28-1; 398 pages, 8 x 10 hardcover; $50.00

 

One Woman’s Challenging Quest for Answers about her Ancestors

An old, red photo album, an image of a young man in mysterious military uniform, and a passion to learn about her ancestors sent Joyce Draganchuk on an adventure to uncover the secrets of the past. Her journey took two decades: It began long before online genealogy sites were available, so it necessitated writing countless letters, patiently waiting for responses, and traveling with her husband, John, from Michigan to Utah, and from Ohio to France. Without those trips, a little bit of serendipity, and a touch of dumb luck, Joyce would not have learned the in-depth story behind the Kraemer name; she would not have seen the villages where her ancestors lived and died; she would not have met key people who provided missing links. In total, Joyce uncovered nearly a thousand relatives and dozens of fascinating stories that she has captured in this detailed, colorful account of Kraemer Families in Alsace, France.


Massachusetts Society of Genealogists (MSOG) Annual Meeting

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Once again we will have a table at the Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists (MSOG), 5 November 2016, in Marlborough, Mass. It’s an all-day event, 8:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m.

Two of us will be there to answer your questions about book publishing, and we look forward to seeing you and talking about your genealogy book project.

The meeting is held at the Marlborough Country Club, 200 Concord Road, Marlborough, Mass. See you then!

Manchester Historical Society’s Genealogy Group

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We will be presenting “The Power of Narrative”  – why your stories are so critical to your genealogy, and how to get them published- at the meeting of the Manchester Historical Society’s Genealogy Group on Tuesday, October 13, at 10 a.m.. The group meets at the Manchester History Center, 175 Pine Street, Manchester, Conn.

Look forward to seeing you there!

NGS 2015 Family History Conference

logo200-1We will be at the National Genealogical Society 2015 Family History Conference in St. Charles, Missouri, 13-16 May 2015. Come by and see us in Booth 704  – we look forward to talking about your book project!

The Quest for Inez: Two Ways to Find a Grandmother

9781887043151_CR2Now available!                                          Publication date: April 14, 2015

A HIGHLY UNUSUAL APPROACH TO A GENEALOGICAL MYSTERY

In April 1910, a young woman named Inez Willick gave birth to a baby girl, put her up for adoption, and disappeared.When Inez’s granddaughter began the search for her mother’s mother, she didn’t have much more than a name. But, as happens so often in genealogical research, she stumbled into an overwhelming bounty of information. Among her discoveries were another secret child, a close tie to one of America’s titans of industry, and a second cousin in California with a cache of family photos.

Kitty Burns Florey, the author of nine novels, did what a fiction writer does: she took the facts she unearthed and turned them into a plausible tale of not only a grandmother but a grandfather, a quiet turn-of-the-century Ohio town that is less serene than it appears, and an intriguing love story.

This is family history with a new twist. Here are two stories: the verifiable facts – fascinating in themselves – and alongside them an alternative universe that takes the research and flies with it in an attempt to come close to the truth. And, in the process of writing her grandmother’s story, Florey delves into her mother’s life and her own and finds some surprising parallels – and some revelations she was not expecting.

NERCG, 15-18 April 2015

We will be at The New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC) in Providence, R.I., and look forward to seeing you there. We will be in Booth 82, eager to talk about publishing your genealogy.

+Early registration deadline is February 28, so if you haven’t registered, this is the time to do it!
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On Friday, April 17, plan to drop by the Exhibit Hall Presentation Area at 12:30 to hear (and see) The Power of Narrative in Writing Your Family History. Speakers Linda Roghaar and Jean Stone  will focus on the power of story when you write your family history, as well as provide myriad details on the publishing process. From capturing your family stories into a compelling narrative to combining good writing and editing with your genealogical research, these book publishing veterans will discuss many of the options available today as you begin the process of publishing your research and family history.