So why am I starting this series? I currently work full time as an IT analyst for a human resources company (it's a bit hard to explain sometimes what I do). I regularly travel to client sites as well as to offices in California during the year so I thought it would be interesting to help document some travel tips for how you can do genealogy on the road. Even when it's a work trip, I try to sneak in a little genealogy time before I go to make the best of the area. Sometimes it works out and other times I'm lucky I see something beyond a business park, a hotel, and a restaurant.
I have previously shared some posts on some of my travels to California and western New York below:
September 2017 - Local Libraries: An Undiscovered Treasure
October 2017 - California State Archives Trip
I'm heading back to Corning, NY today and hope to squeeze in a small adventure before I leave.
I'm also interested in hearing your tips on how you fit in genealogy on a trip. Please email me at shamrockgenealogist[a]gmail.com if you're interested in contributing a guest post or post on social media with #genealogyontheroad.
California State Archives Front Desk and View into the Main Reading Room