02 May 2011
There is always something about watching a video that just makes learning so much more fun!
If you agree, head on over to YouTube or Vimeo and you can catch this video by preeminent family historian Helen Leary, CG (Emeritus), FASG, FNGS, where she reflects on why people do ge
nealogy and on the comforts that people find in researching their ancestors. In addition she touches on the unique experiences that researchers often encounter when researching their family tree -- those little touches of unexplained serendipity.
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