Great Research Site for “Old” Books

Great Research Site for “Old” Books

The site — ForgottenBooks.com — has tons of books of ALL kinds. Are there books that are JUST about genealogy?  Yes. Type genealogy in the search field. You can search for free? Yes. In fact the site has a variety of searches available. If I find a book I need, can I read the whole […]

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Updated Membership Form – Renew Now

Updated Membership Form – Renew Now

The NEAGS Membership Form updated on this site — now a PDF file and MUCH easier to print.

If you have not paid your dues yet, please do this month.

Photo by GotCredit

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Time To Renew NEAGS Membership! Still Only $20!

Time To Renew NEAGS Membership! Still Only $20!

It’s that time of the year again!

Please print the 2016 Membership Form and either mail to the library or bring by with your check. Mail information is on the form.

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No Need to Panic About Family Tree Maker Demise

No Need to Panic About Family Tree Maker Demise

~ This post covers:

  • What the Announcement REALLY Means including what it doesn’t.
  • What the Announcement DOES mean.
  • A link to an article with the full Ancestry announcement about Family Tree Maker as well as succinct list of path forward.
  • And a little advice from an NEAGS geek.

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Be a Good Santa to the Library This Year

Be a Good Santa to the Library This Year

Santa by NanaEllen.comHow To Be a Good Santa.
Donate any needed item to NEAGS Library.

You don’t even have to wrap ’em or add a bow. 🙂

“Santa Ideas”: paper plates, napkins, paper towels, dish detergent, plastic tableware, toilet paper, plastic cups, ream(s) of copy paper, genealogy books you no longer want, soft soap for bathroom, Clorox or Lysol wipes, bottled water, garbage bags, aluminum foil, cling wrap, zip lock bags, etc. And we will take money too!!!!!

Christmas mouse by NanaEllen.comAll Christmas art are from a wonderful site, NanaEllen.com. Some wonderful Christmas stories are on the site.

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