ITS ETA Trauma Kit Pouch (Fatboy)
The ITS ETA Trauma Kit Pouch is the original rapid-access medical pouch designed to carry the vacuum sealed ETA Trauma Kit (not included) or if you prefer, organize its loose individual medical components within. With a simple pull of the handle, the pouch filets open to provide immediate access to your medical equipment. Inside the pouch, the main center pocket provides a space large enough to store our vacuum sealed ETA Trauma Kit, or individual loose components like hemostatic gauze…
Ground Cloth or Tarp
If you bought a tent, it probably came with one. If not, you can just use a tarp. It will (if used the right way) help keep the rain out! Bonus: if you use a tarp, you can possibly turn it into a big tarp shelter.
How To Organize Your Stuff
Family history is fun when you can easily find the stuff you’ve already found, but it can be awful frustrating when you can’t. A LITTLE ORGANIZATION lets you know what information you have, w…
Genealogy Workbook: Death Records
Our Death Records Workbook, part of our Genealogy Records Workbook series, will help you locate records of your ancestors' deaths. This article includes a short How-To Video detailing what information…
How To Research Your Poor Ancestors | Are You My Cousin?
Were your ancestors poor? To research and find poor ancestors, seek out records created for the care of the community's poor.
Beyond the U.S. Census -- Expanding Your Frontiers
Many years ago when I was first starting to research my family, I visited the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. I had some specific questions about some of my ancestors and was working from a handout called a Genealogical Checklist. It looked something like this: This particular version of the checklist came from the Capital Area Genealogical Society in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. There are dozens of variations of this form. I have a different paper copy of the form sitting on my…
What Is a 'Second Cousin, Once Removed'? Let Us Explain
Want to be the most popular person at your next family gathering? Be the person who can explain the difference between “second cousins, once removed” and “third cousins, twice removed” and your relatives will look on you like you’re a genius, an oracle, an armchair genealogist to whom they’re proud to be bound by blood. Here’s how to figure out how closely related you are to all your cousins.
Antique Form of Family Record ~ Free Digital Graphics - Old Design Shop Blog
Here is a beautifully ornate antique form of family record. The page includes a section to register family names, births and deaths and another section to register marriages including the names of bride and groom, by whom solemnized and names of witnesses. Here is a blank version of the aged page. And a black and...Read More »
Free genealogy is alive and well -
If you want to do genealogy without spending a lot of money, my article lists 13 of my all-time favorite free genealogy websites.