Using Periodicals to Find Your Ancestors

Gena Philibert-Ortega
Sep 30, 2015
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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What Is Your Goal?
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What Is a Periodical?
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ALIC
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Keywords
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Content Is King
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Finding Articles
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LibGuides
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JSTOR
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ProQuest
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Academic Libraries
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DPLA
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PERSI
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Google Scholar
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If They Aren't Indexed
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Where To Find Periodicals
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Google Books
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Internet Archive
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FamilySearch
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WorldCat
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Memberships
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ebay
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Announcements/prizes
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Questions/answers
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About this webinar

Periodicals can fill in the pieces between the birth and death of your ancestor. Whether the information is biographical, a transcription, or reporting on an event, periodicals provide rich detail about your ancestor's life. In this lecture we will discuss the types of periodicals that exist and what indexes (JSTOR, PERSI and others)  to use to find articles.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Gena Philibert-Ortega is an author, researcher, and instructor whose focus is genealogy, social and women's history. She holds a Master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (Psychology a
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