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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

Today I taught the last in Sunday School on writing Personal and Family Histories, and talked about the different ways to accomplish it.  My primary focus was on electronic means by which to accomplish this goal.  I spoke about creating a personal or family history blog.  I also said that I will post all my handouts on this blog so that you can access those that interest you and be able to print or read from the resources I found. This is the bookmark I designed as the handout for the lesson.  Feel free to print it off for your own use.  I am in the process of posting all the other lesson handouts as well.  Enjoy!

Hidden Benefits of Keeping a History - By Gawain and Gayle J. Wells
What is the best way to go about composing one’s personal history? I’ve started mine several times but have never completed it. Don Norton, “I Have a Question,” Ensign, June 1983, 25–26
Writing Your Personal and Family History - Elder John H. Groberg -
Your Family History: Getting Started  By President Boyd K. Packer -,17905,7318-1,00.html
The Story of a Lifetime By Caroline H. Benzley - The Story of a Lifetime
“Lesson 19: Family and Personal Histories,” The Latter-day Saint Woman: Basic Manual for Women, Part B
Guide for Interviewing Family Members