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    Our upcoming meeting: Immigration and Citizenship -- Lynn Brown Monday, September 19, 7 p.m. Albert Einstein Residence Center, 1935 Wright Street. Lynn Brown
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 16, 2011
      Our upcoming meeting:
      "Immigration and Citizenship" -- Lynn Brown
      Monday, September 19, 7 p.m.
      Albert Einstein Residence Center, 1935 Wright Street.
      Lynn Brown will follow up on her January presentation regarding  "Immigration Records Online" and share additional tips for searching immigration, naturalization and citizenship records.  She'll talk about the agency that replaced the Immigration and Naturalization Service and how to best access available records to further your research.

      A family historian for more than 35 years, Lynn Brown has an extensive background in computer and genealogy research. She is a Sacramento Regional Family History Center volunteer and recently retired from teaching genealogy research skills in several local school districts. She has lectured throughout the Central Valley and owns Family-Quest.com, a genealogical counseling business.
      From the Sept. 11 edition of the Avotaynu E-Zine:
      Jewishgen.org Ranks As 14th Most Popular Genealogy Site
      JewishGen.org ranks as the 14th most popular Internet site for genealogy according to a survey done by John D. Reid who maintains an AngloCeltic genealogy blog at http://anglo-celtic-connections.blogspot.com. Reid’s source is Alexa.com which ranks all Internet sites based on traffic to the site. He did not include JewishGen in his ranking, likely because he is unfamiliar with the site, but being the 88,642th most popular location on the entire Internet would make JewishGen the 14th entry on his genealogy list.

      Ancestry.com ranks first as a genealogy site and is the 1,082th most popular site on the Internet. Other sites ranking higher than JewishGen include MyHeritage.com, Geni, FamilyTreeDNA,com and the U.S. National Archives.

      What's the most popular Internet site?Google. Reid’s article can be found at http://anglo-celtic-connections.blogspot.com/2011/09/genealogy-site-rankings.html
      See you Monday evening!

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