15 July 2011
The National Ge
nealogical Society online interview series presents Learning in a Supportive Community with Laura DeGrazia, CG, past president of the Board for Certification of Ge nealogists and co-editor of the Ge New York nealogical and Biographical Record. Laura reflects on how the National Ge nealogical Society and the generosity of other ge nealogists have contributed to her development in the field. The video is available for viewing on the videos page of the National Ge nealogical Society website at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/videos_online.
nealogy channel on YouTube presents Stories from My Research with Helen F.M. Leary, CG (Emeritus), FASG, FNGS. Helen shares important lessons for ge nealogists as she tells intriguing stories from her research. The NGSGe nealogy channel is located at http://www.youtube.com/user/NGSGenealogy. This video is also available on Vimeo.
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