Break out the holly and mistletoe because you’ll think it’s Christmas when I tell you about these great deals!
What’s on your Christmas list?
Do you wish you could view some of the sessions from the 2015 National Genealogical Society Conference? NGS has some available on demand for you to view over and over and over from the time of your purchase until August 10, 2015! Choose between one or two tracks or both:
- Track One: Immigration and Naturalization Process (five lectures)
- Track Two: Methodology Techniques (five lectures)
Get the full scoop, register, and purchase the tracks at http://www.playbackngs.com/775.html.
Do you wish for a discount to purchase a DNA test from Family Tree DNA so you can connect your DNA with your research? Here’s a deal for you!
Get $10 off any test kit over $99 by using the coupon code DNAPrivacy (coupon good through the end of May 2015). You can access the link on my sidebar to Family Tree DNA.
Do you wish you could have free access to some military databases this weekend? The New England Historic and Genealogical Society is giving free access this 2015 Memorial Day weekend through May 27, 2015 to:
- Colonial Soldiers and Officers in New England 1620-1775
- Massachusetts Revolutionary Pensioners’ Receipts, 1799-1807 and 1829-1837
Read all about it and register as a guest for your free access at http://www.americanancestors.org/memorialday.
Finally, do you wish you could you could pre-order Elizabeth Shown Mills’ Third Edition of her essential work, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace? You may order it through the Amazon.com link on my sidebar. No discount there, however, it’s so exciting you’ll still think it’s Christmas!
These are the deals that could make your wishes come true. Now, close your eyes, sip some hot chocolate with whipped cream, and you just might see Santa Claus!
Photocredit: “Christmas Balls and Gifts,” CanStockPhoto (http://www.canstockphoto.com/christmas-balls-and-gifts-23550484.html: downloaded 19 December 2014), uploaded 20 May 2015 by Susan Bankhead; used under license.