Read about my many adventures uncovering my family's history.
From the beautiful mountains of the Pongau in Austria, to the landscapes of Prussian-Lithuania, and finally the bustling streets of Cleveland, Ohio. Perhaps you'll discover something about your own family, too.
Things to add to your to-do list.
A good Genealogist is always learning.
Read this book.
Walker's The Salzburg Transaction is one of the best books on the Salzburger expulsions I've come across.
Visit this website.
The Society for German Genealogy in Eastern Europe (SGGEE) has a fantastic site for those searching for Lutheran Church records in Russian-Poland (Suwalki, Wilkowischken, etc.,)
Watch this video.
A beautiful arial tour of Vištytis (German Wischtitten) Lithuania in the fall. My Saleker family attended church here, and live just a short walk north in Luki.
Are you for hire?
Sometimes! Get in touch, and let's chat about how I might be able to help.
What's happening in the world of Genealogy.
Researchers used this Genealogy site to build a 13-million person family tree. (via Wired)
Mormon church in Westlake sponsoring African-American genealogy symposium March 10 (via Cleveland.com)
Wiesbaden: Sieben der letzten Kinder Ostpreußens schildern in Buch der einstigen DDR-Bürgerrechtlerin ihr Schicksal (via Wiesbadener-taggblatt.de)
Beginning German Genealogy: Defining "German" (via Genealogy Gems)