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  1. Computer Corner

    from the September 2011 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino and Barbara Florio This site the Civil War research database is the largest most in-depth and fully searchable database of American Civil War soldiers and events There is an annual fee Go to Mapping the U S Census-Just guide your cursor over the map and it displays every county Imagine how long it took to create this map Go to Check this out to understand abbreviations on mi l i tary heads tones Go to Slide your mouse over to the link near top of page reading Veterans Services Slide mouse down to Burials and...

  2. Computer Corner

    from the October 2011 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Barbara Florio and Dennis Flavin Vietnam Wall I hope that everyone who receives this appreciates what those who served in Vietnam sacrificed for our country The link below is a virtual wall of all those lost during the Vietnam War with the names bios and other information on our lost heroes Those who remember that time frame or perhaps lost friends or family can look them up on this site Pass the link on to others as many knew wonderful people whose names are listed Check out Brooklyn Old You will love the pictures in...

  3. Computer Corner

    from the November 2011 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Barbara Florio and Joanne Heffernan Check out Canada Immigration Lists ships arriving in Canada - on the Olive Tree Genealogy website This site has many links to various areas of interest on deaths of famous people It begins with notable deaths in and continues with more information when you scroll down to the bottom of the page It includes obituaries of famous people from Germany Australia Canada and the U S If you had ancestors in San Francisco and can find their street addresses you may even be able to find pictures of their neighborhood...

  4. Computer Corner

    from the December 2011 issue

    Anthony DiMarino writes this is a slide show with a short explanation about places in Italy that not many people know of To the right of the web page is a link A Gothic Tour of Italy with in-depth details of places in Italy Also there is the Travel Guide to Italy From the Travel Guide move the mouse to the left of the page under ITALY to Overview then to a detailed map of Italy From Frommer's on the left of the page you can click on one of the links that explains Regions in Brief which is full...

  5. Computer Corner

    from the January 2012 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Barbara and Florio Extraordinary color photos by Charles Weaver Cushman reveal s life in New York City Go to http www dailymail co uk news article- New-York-City-photos-Charles-WCushman- reveal- s-life-Big-Apple html An Italian American Farewell to Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata Italy s Ambassador to the United States by Anthony Tamburri of the John D Calandra Italian American Institute Queens College CUNY http www youtube com watch v sE ccibb...

  6. Computer Corner

    from the February 2012 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Barbara Florio and Phil Figario Phil reports that the FamilySearch website has added new browsable images of civil registrations from Bologna Catania Cuneo Genova Pistola Ravenna and Trieste They have also added an index of over Civil Registrations from the Quartiere of San Ferdinando in Napoli Barry J Ewell is the founder of MyGenShare com a website for individuals interested in learning sharing and discovering family history Barry s Blog provides insights to help you with your ancestral search Join Barry at http barrysblog mygenshare com Want to see pix of immigrant families in an...

  7. Computer Corner

    from the March 2012 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino and Barbara Florio The New England Historic Genealogical Society has posted New York State Albany County Deeds - o n li n e Go t o th e web sit e ht tp web americanancestors org home html One of our readers points out that The article Spotlight Brooklyn NY Cemeteries in the January newsletter was informative but did not give the web sites for the cemeteries The reader was kind enough to email the websites The Green-Wood Cemetery http www greenwood com burial search and The Evergreen Cemetery http www theevergreenscemetery com records Barry...

  8. Computer Corner

    from the April 2012 issue

    Here are some more websites from Anthony D i M a r i n o J o a n n Heffernan and Barbara Florio The New England Historic Genealogical Society has posted New York State Albany County Deeds - o n li n e Go t o th e web sit e ht tp web americanancestors org home html Here is a video that helps to understand how the United States came together It gives a history of when states were brought into the union Go to http www animatedatlas com movie html What did your town look like according...

  9. Computer Corner

    from the May 2012 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino and Barbara Florio The Alexandria Library Special Collections has developed a searchable database of Naturalization Petitions filed in the US District Court eastern District of Virginia Alexandria - Included are soldiers from all over the US who were stationed at Camp Humphries now Ft Belvoir and naturalized at that location Prints of the microfilmed petitions are available Just go to h t t p w w w a l e x a n d r i a l i b v a u s lhsc genealogy resources citizen citizen html and begin by selecting from...

  10. Computer Corner

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  13. Computer Corner

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  14. Computer Corner

    from the December 2012 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino Tony Sasso and Joanne Heffernan On the home page of Pointless go to the right column then down to What's in a Name The meaning of names This is helpful to genealogists Scroll down to Directories half way down the page and start off with babynames com Although most of the site is not genealogy-related the one just mentioned is All the rest are of great interest You have to navigate through it to enjoy it You have to get around the advertising Go to http www thealmightyguru com Pointless Index html Here is another...

  15. Computer Corner

    from the January 2013 issue

    More websites from Anthony DiMarino and Tony Sasso This website shows actual footage of San Francisco Thankful for the preservation of this film that is over years old It shows how people lived in the old days in San Francisco which is a mirror of the rest of the big cities in America You will definitely enjoy this old time movie Go to http www wimp com santadad A new free e-book How to Search the Internet like a Genealogist provides hundreds of ideas and search queries that will help you quickly access valuable content about your family tree from...

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