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Found on Flickr – Aviation History

All photos are from the San Diego Air & Space Museum's collections in Flickr Commons which include more than 230,000 photos. Other sets include photos from the AirMail Pioneers Album, Women in Aviation, the USAF Museum album and the George B. Arnold Special Collection. If you have any airmen in your family history, this place is for… Continue reading Found on Flickr – Aviation History

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American Battle Monuments Commission at Fold3

The American Battle Monuments Commission manages the overseas military cemeteries, memorials, monuments and markers from World War I, World War II and the Korean War. This includes Normandy American Cemetery, Flanders Field American Cemetery, Guadalcanal Memorial and the Honolulu Memorial. The American Battle Monuments collection is quite impressive, but even more interesting is how it… Continue reading American Battle Monuments Commission at Fold3

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Link to an Evernote from Your Genealogy App

I use Evernote and the MacFamilyTree/MobileFamilyTree combo to manage my family research. Both genealogy apps share the same data files which reside in iCloud. To keep file sizes down, I don't attach a lot of media files (photos, scanned documents, etc.) to my records. Fortunately, both apps include URLs as a media option. This allows me to put… Continue reading Link to an Evernote from Your Genealogy App

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Manage your research with Evernote and tags

Evernote is an amazing tool for managing genealogical research. With Evernote you'll not only have all your research with you wherever you go, but you can have any item of information in front of your eyes in just seconds. Forget folders for each surname and duplicating records when multiple surnames are involved. With Evernote you… Continue reading Manage your research with Evernote and tags