16 December 2014

Archives of Popular Genealogy Programs -- Too busy before? Now you can catch up!

With the holiday season, after we’ve celebrated with family and before we return to work, we sometimes find ourselves with a bit of spare time.

If you find yourself in that situation, and you just want to take it easy on the couch or in your comfy chair, this might be the time to catch up on Finding Your Roots.  Full episode videos are available.

You can also catch some full episodes of another popular show, Who Do You Think You Are? via Youtube.

Or, if you’ve been crazy busy and didn’t have time for Genealogy Roadshow, the Season 1 episodes are available (Season 2 will premiere next month).

And, talking about videos ... don’t forget that the NGS has a YouTube channel with FREE-to-the-public videos and members can access these and other members-only videos via the NGS website.  These may have been mentioned last and they are not the “least!”

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