According to an article in the Guysborough Journal  the Guysborough Historical Society (GHS) has opened a new research center in thebasement of the Old Courthouse Museum. It’s available for use by visitors and locals for genealogical research. Easy and safe access to museum archives, books and records is available year-round. The GHS also hopes that […]

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Sandy on July 11th, 2011

The following announcement was printed in the Augusta Chronicle: “Carrie Adamson, the founder and lifetime honorary president of the Augusta Genealogical Society, died Wednesday of natural causes. Adamson was a local historian, creating the Augusta Genealogical Society in 1979 with her husband, Lt. Ray Adamson and 84 other charter members. Adamson was born in Clearfield, […]

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Sandy on July 11th, 2011

On June 29, I blogged about Google+ challenges to Facebook in the realm of social networking and, as an old IT person I check to see what’s new in technology on a regular basis not only for my own benefit, but also to share technology  on SpittalStreet that might be of use to genealogists. According […]

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