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June 9, 2017

Guide to Best Sites for Canadian Research

Excited to see my "Expert's Choice" tip published in Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine.

Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine accompanies the BBC series and provides expert family history advice.

Latest guide to all the best sites for researching Canadian roots. With help from Olive Tree Genealogy

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Judy said...

Why on Twitter? Tweets don't really give much information, and I'm guessing most adults doing genealogy don't use it.

Lorine McGinnis Schulze said...

I don't understand your question. My article is part of a larger piece in the magazine. The magazine's twitter account sent out a tweet which I retweeted. That's how things work. To read the article you would get the magazine.

Wendy Callahan said...

How wonderful! Congrats, Lorine. Your site is a wonderful resource and your blog is always informative. No doubt your "Expert's Choice" tip will help many readers.

T said...

The magazine is too pricey for my budget at 57.76 US Dollars for the digital version. That's the only way I can get it here in the states and I like paper. Guess I'm too old to change. Good for you to be featured there, though.

Lorine McGinnis Schulze said...

Thanks Wendy! I appreciate your support here and on Twitter :-)

Lorine McGinnis Schulze said...

Thanks T - sorry the magazine is too expensive for you. The editors are kind enough to ask me every year to contribute a small "Expert's Choice" piece and I love doing it!