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Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Brad Arnold, Randy Kindig, Kay Savetz
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ANTIC Episode 74 - Name Wars In this episode of ANTIC The Atari 8-bit Computer Podcast… Kevin (er... Kay) and Randy have a name fight and, as usual, we bring you all the Atari 8-bit news that’s fit to print. What We’ve Been Up To Atari Party Dec 19 -   https://www.facebook.com/groups/281252672436874   Kay’s 2020 Post-Mortem -   https://www.patreon.com/posts/2020-post-mortem-45658000   Retrotink zero-latency HDMI converter -   https://www.retrotink.com/product-page/2x-mini   Sid...
Topics: Atari podcast, Atari 8-bit, Atari 400, Atari 800, Atari 1200XL, Atari XE, Atari XL
Atari at the Science Fair: Mark Knutsen, Star Cluster   This is the third in a series of interviews called "Atari at the Science Fair" where I talk with people who used Atari 8-bit computers to create projects and enter them in science fairs. Today's interview is with Mark Knutsen, who wrote a star cluster simulation in the Forth programming language for his high school science fair. I found this blurb in the July 1986 edition of the Jersey Atari Computer Group newsletter: "June...
Topics: interview, computer history, Atari 8-bit, Atari 400, Atari 800, Star Cluster, Computer Recreations,...
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Julia Morse, Glynna Elliott Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, January 2021 Articles include: " Old Missouri Trails Lead to Harmony Mission " by Glynna Elliott Morse & Julia Morse " The President's Corner: Sharing Family Photos with the Next Generations" by Al Morse " Cluster Research (a.k.a. FAN Club Strategy) Offers Renewed Hope for Genealogy Brick Walls " by Julia Morse " Tracing Friends and Neighbors ," by Marjorie Slavens " The WWII Parachute Wedding Dress...
Topics: genealogy, family history research, Harmony Mission, Missouri Trails, family photographs, cluster...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Julia Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, July 2021 Articles include: "Missouri Celebrates Birthday" by Marjorie Slavens "The President's Corner: David Janssens Leaves the Belgian Monestary for America" by Al Morse "Missouri Pioneers: Parks and McFarlands" by Marjorie Slavens "Where to Share those Family Photos Online" by Julia Morse
Topics: Missouri Centennial, David Janssens, Parks Family of Henry County Missouri, McFarland Family of...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Mildred Welty Slavens
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, August 2021 Articles include: "Looking Forward" by Marjorie Slavens "The President's Corner: Farnsworth Ancestors" by Al Morse "Missouri Pioneers: The Slavens of Henry County" by Marjorie Slavens "Welty Family Letters" by Marjorie Slavens "Welty Family Memories" by Mildred Welty Slavens
Topics: Thomas Farnsworth (b. 7 Feb 1648 England), Slavens Family of Henry County Missouri, Welty Family in...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Mildred Welty Slavens, Julia Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, September 2021 Articles include: "The President's Corner: 2021 in Our Family" by Al Morse "Looking for the Weltys" by Marjorie Slavens "Family of Peter Welty" by Mildred Welty Slavens "Webinar Recommendation:  Genealogy Records you can Find at Internet Archive" by Julia Morse (featuring a webinar by Lisa Louise Cooke) "Internet Archive Power Search Tips" by Julia Morse "Where were You When . . ....
Topics: genealogy, family history research, family history memoirs, genealogy records, Peter Welty
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Julia Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, October 2021 Articles include: "Sharing with Family" by Marjorie Slavens "The President's Corner: Janssens Grandparents" by Al Morse "Web Series Recommendation:  Making a County Visit for Genealogical Research" by Julia Morse (featuring a series by Denys Allen) "The Kerr Bible" by Marjorie Slavens "Church and Political Sentiment Among 1840's Missouri Neighbors," Part 4 from the Autobiography of John...
Topics: genealogy, family history research, family history memoirs, genealogy records, John Kerr, Susan...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Julia Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, November 2021 Articles include: "A New England Mother's Thanksgiving" (an 1873 story) "The President's Corner: Books Passed Down" by Al Morse "This Month's Webinar Recommendation:  Basics of New England Research" (featuring a webinar by Ann G. Lawthers for the New England Historic Genealogical Society) "Digging Deeper into Your Colonial New England Ancestry with AmericanAncestors.org" by Julia Morse...
Topics: genealogy, family history research, New England genealogy research, the family bookshelf, Colonial...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Glynna Elliott Morse, Julia Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, December 2021 Articles include: "The Missouri Centennial and Bicentennial:  How it Was, Now and Then" by Glynna Elliott Morse and Julia Morse "The President's Corner:  How We Observed Christmas" by Al Morse "The Year was 2021" by Marjorie Slavens "The Jonathan Eppright Family" by Marjorie Slavens (with selections by Mildred Welty Slavens)  
Topics: family history research, family history memoirs, genealogy records, Missouri Centennial, Missouri...
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers
by Marjorie Slavens, Paul Chiddicks, Al Morse, Julia Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, Mar 2021 Themes:  Immigrant Ancestors; Discerning Facts from Erroneous Reports Articles include: "April Webinar Recommendation:  The Imperfect Genealogist," Highlighting an upcoming presentation by Janine Adams for the Green County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society) "The President's Corner: When Each Branch Came to America" by Al Morse "Finding Citizenship Records for U.S. Immigrant Ancestors (Pre-1906)" by...
Topics: genealogy, family history research, U.S. Immigrant Ancestors, U.S. Immigrant Citizenship pre-1906,...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Julia Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, Apr 2021 Articles include: "One Year with the Revived MCG Website" by Julia Morse "The President's Corner: April Family Stories" by Al Morse "May Webinar Recommendation:  Select from over 1500 Rootstech 2021 Webinars" "Hard Times at Deepwater And Marshall's Creek, 1840's" from the Autobiography of John Milton Morris "Things Grandmother Loved," by Vivian Elliott White "Celebrating Mother,"...
Topics: genealogy, family history research, Midwest Computer Genealogists, family history resources,...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Julia Morse, Alpheus H. Favour
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, May 2021 Theme: Early Missouri Settlers Articles include: "The Williams Family Settles at the Spanish Fur Trading Post of St. Louis, 1794" by Alpheus H. Favour (1936), Introduction by Julia Morse "The President's Corner: School Memories and Reunions" by Al Morse "June Webinar Recommendation:  Researching Missouri Repositories" featuring podcast by Family Locket Team Diana Elder and Nicole Dyer; Notes by Julia Morse...
Topics: genealogy, family history research, Midwest Computer Genealogists, family history resources,...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Julia Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, June 2021 Articles include: "Genealogy News" by Marjorie Slavens (Foxwood Springs Computer Club Genealogy SIG, etc.) "The President's Corner: Difficult Father's Days in the Family" by Al Morse "Family Tree Magazine's 101 Best Genealogy Websites" by Julia Morse "Starting up on the New York State Frontier:  Journal from June 15 to July 14, 1805," by Tryphena White "Missouri Pioneers Kerrs, Crawfords,...
Topics: genealogy, family history research, Midwest Computer Genealogists, Foxwood Springs Computer Club,...
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by Marjorie Slavens, Al Morse, Julia Morse, Glynna Elliott Morse
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Newsletter of Midwest Computer Genealogists, January 2021 Articles include: "Missouri 2021 Bicentennial" by Missouri2021.org "The President's Corner: The John Woodfin Family of Bates County, Missouri" by Al Morse "120 Years Ago: The 19th Century Summarized," a 1901 Newspaper Article compares technology between the beginning and end of the 1800's "Battle of Mill Springs," reference to a new blog article by Jenny Ashcraft at fold3.com "Some Childhood...
Topics: genealogy, family history research, John Woodfin, Bates County Missouri Genealogy, Harmony Mission,...
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Peter Hirshberg, Capital Children's Museum Peter Hirshberg was curator of the communications wing of the Capital Children's Museum in the early 1980s, where he helped build The Future Center, the computer lab outfitted with Atari 800 computers; and museum exhibits, some of which were computer controlled. This interview took place on April 12, 2021. In it, we discuss Ann Lewin-Benham, director of the museum; and Guy Nouri, from the Superboots lab, both of whom I previously interviewed....
Topics: interview, computer history, Atari 8-bit, Atari 400, Atari 800, computer lab, Capital Children's...