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June 6, 2022 By: Jane Irish Nelson
Washington Digital Archives
June's Featured Resource is the Washington Digital Archives. It is a great resource, containing many useful, and some surprising records. Among the obvious are vital records: Birth, Marriage, Death, and Divorce; as well as Land Records Some categories contain more records than others, while some counties are more prevalent. 
Other records include School District Registers and Censuses, Frontier Justice: Territorial Court Case Files, and Miscellaneous Family History. There are even Oral Histories, Photographs, and Scrapbooks.
Take some time to explore all the offerings — you never know what you might find!
February 17, 2022 By: Jane Irish Nelson
Free Access to
Discover your ancestors in the news with FREE ACCESS to Publisher Extra until 21 February 2022 at 11:59 pm MT. 

Search 723 million+ pages in our newspaper archive for obituaries, birth and marriage announcements, social pages and much, much more.
February 14, 2022 By: Jane Irish Nelson
Marriage Records on MyHeritage
In honor of Valentine's Day, MyHeritage is offering free access to their collections of marriage records through 20 February 2022 at
February 11, 2022 By: Jane Irish Nelson
TPCGS Lecacy Family Tree SIG
Join us twice a month to discuss how to make the best use of Legacy Family Tree software. We have begun by reviewing some of the webinars available on the Legacy website. Additional information available soon!
February 11, 2022 By: Jane Irish Nelson
TPCGS Book Club
Please join us on the third Saturday of each month at 3 pm to discuss a genealogy-related book. Attendees will help select the next month's book.
January 14, 2022 By: Jane Irish Nelson
EGS German Interest Group
The German Interest Group of The Eastside Genealogical Society meets virtually on the first Friday of the month from 12:30 to 2:30 pm Pacific Time. 
The German Interest Group (GIG) is comprised of members and visitors who have an interest in German genealogy and, whose ancestors not only came from Germany itself but also from the old principalities that existed prior to its 1871 unification.  Additionally, ethnic Germans have inhabited areas beyond the country’s current borders including places like present-day Poland, Russia and the Alsace-Lorraine region of France.
For more information visit their website at
January 12, 2022 By: Jane Irish Nelson
Legacy Family Tree User Group
Fiske Genealogical Foundation in Seattle now has a Legacy Family Tree User Group. They will be meeting via Zoon on the third Thursday of the month from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. For more information check out their Winter 2022 Newsletter at