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GeneaBloggers Radio – Friday Night, August 19, 2011 - 7pm PDT
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Join us for another episode of GeneaBloggers Radio on Friday, August 19, 2011 starting at 10pm EDT, 9pm CDT, 8pm MDT, and 7pm PDT with host Thomas MacEntee.
This week’s show is entitled Oh Give Me a Home – Genealogy and the Homestead Act.
We’ll be discussing how land records are important to your family history search. We’ll focus specifically on the Homestead Act of 1862 and how the subsequent records from the homesteaders can be used in genealogy. Our special guests will include: Blake Bell of the Homestead National Monument of America in Beatrice, Nebraska; Gail Blankenau a genealogist and land records expert; and Amy Lauters of the Beyond Little House blog discussing Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family’s history with the Homestead Act.
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- Visit the GeneaBloggers page at Blog Talk Radio.
- Click on the Upcoming Episode entitled “Oh Give Me a Home – Genealogy and the Homestead Act.”
- Then you can sign up for updates and reminders.
- At 9:00 pm CST on Friday, August 19, 2011, listen in at the Blog Talk Radio website. The player should start automatically – you will need to turn on your computer speakers or use your headphones.
- If you want to call in to the show and share your thoughts and comments with the host or guests, the dial-in number is +1 (213) 286-6709. You can also use your Skype account to call in – click here for instructions.
- There will also be a chat room on that same page where you can type and interact with other listeners. [Note: you must login with Facebook or have an account at Blog Talk Radio and sign in to access the chat room!] I often take cues and suggestions from the chat room so don’t be shy!
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