Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve found.
Note: Life has been chaotic lately, so this post is includes stuff from the last few weeks.
- The eLuceydator
- Abbie and Eveline
- New Hartford Historical Society (they are also on Facebook)
- 45 Minute Genealogist: Genealogy for Busy People
- Hunting Down History
- The Amateur Family Historian
- Branch By Branch
- Room at the Table
- Filling in the Gaps - Finding an Ancestor Arriving Canada Before 1865, Lorine McGinnis Schulze
- 6 Cool Interactive Sites To Learn More About American History, Ryan Dube
- Why We Don’t Write, Harold Henderson
- Using OneNote to Help Me Track My Research Problems, Caroline Pointer
- More OneNote Features to Rock Your Researching World, Caroline Pointer
- Storage Wars: Texas Man Returns Family Heirlooms Retrieved from a Self-Storage Facility, Dick Eastman
- Press Release for From the Family Kitchen, Gena Philibert-Ortega
- Two Cousins, Heather Rojo
- Free of Charge?, James Tanner
- The New Abraham Lincoln Penny of 1909
- Index to Michigan Masonic Deaths, Kris Rzepczynski
- Writing Tools for Genealogists, Kimberly Powell
- Response to “What is Forensic Genealogy?”, Barbara J Matthews
- Barcode Everyone at Birth?, Dick Eastman
- Confusing the Beginner or Dumbing Down Genealogy?, James Tanner
- “’Don’t Stop There!’ Connecting Josias Baker to His Burke County, North Carolina, Parents,” by Judy G. Russell, NGS Quarterly, March 2011.
- “Stop, thief! A Plagiarism Primer,” by Debbie Mieszala, NGS Magazine, April-June 2012.
- “Targeted Research Plans,” by Patricia Walls Stamm, NGS Magazine, April-June 2012.