Like you, I spend inordinate amounts of time researching obscure documents at odd hours. (Truthfully, sometimes it's research and sometimes it's getting lost down rabbit holes.) If only everything was online. I read archival finding aids like a Christmas wish list: I want this, and this, and this too. My curiosity is far bigger than my budget (to pay external researchers).
Category: Evernote for Genealogy
Using Evernote to organize, capture, sort, recall, file, and as a research tool
Using Evernote for genealogy: my Evernote library (a video)
In this post, I share a 5 minute video on how I use Evernote to organize and keep track of my genealogy reference library.
EN for genealogy: Using EN with Henderson’s Directories
How to get the most out of city directories, featuring Henderson's Directories and Evernote.
What’s Evernote for genealogy?
My 6 blog posts about the whys and hows of organizing docs for genealogy, featuring Evernote
Using Evernote for genealogy: F-A-N research
It's hard enough to organize your ACTUAL family documents - how do you make sense of the docs that MIGHT be your family?
Evernote for genealogy – Saving Ancestry docs in Evernote
Make sense of the 1000 docs on your desktop with Evernote.
Evernote for genealogy
Evernote is the PERFECT tool for genealogy. Let me show you why.
E-files, paper files, and in-between – organizing your genealogical research
In this post, I discuss 3 scenarios for genealogists: paper only, e-files and paper, and electronic document management
Your genealogy research process – it doesn’t have to be painful but it does have to work
6 factors to judge your organizational process for genealogy - how sexy is that?
You can’t carry it (all) with you – how I moved from paper to e-files and put a rocket booster under my genealogical research
Tips from a former legal executive assistant on whether to stay with paper, use a paper/e-file mix, or go paperless