Recommended Reads – Updated List

I had thought that (1) I would get this done last night after I got home from FGS-RootsTech (WRONG!) and that (2) the list might be a little shorter than usual because so many bloggers were in Salt Lake (WRONG again). I only included one post from RootsTech, that of Randy Seaver, because he published a list of the final four in the Innovators Summit challenge, with a short blurb about what each company has developed.

Here are the Recommended Reads for the week:

A Genealogist’s Guide to Pinterest by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman on Worldwide Genealogy – A Genealogical Collaboration

Genealogy as an Academic Discipline by Jill Morelli on Genealogy Certification

We Are the Chosen: The Family Storytellers by Schalene Dagutis on Tangled Roots and Trees

The Mystery of Fanny Wiler, Part III: A Brick Wall Tumbles by Amy Cohen on Brotmanblog: A Family Journey

FindMyPast to Host the Digital Library of New York Genealogical and Biographical Library     AND

Innovator Showdown Is Friday at RootsTech 2015, both by Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings

A Simple Archive Search Uncovers An Unplanned Thank You Present by Lost Russian Family on Find Lost Russian and Ukranian Family

Is There Room for Opinion in Genealogy? by Janet Few on Worldwide Genealogy – A Genealogical Collaboration

No Fairy-Tale Ending by Janice Hamilton on Genealogy Ensemble

The Seventeen Children of Melvina Young by Vonda H on Genealogist by Night

What’s New in the ‘Hood: Seattle Public Schools’ Archive by Jill Morelli on Genealogy Certification

How Can That Be? Mother and Daughter – Mrs. Margaret Gifford and Mrs. Margaret Gifford by Heather Wilkinson Rojo on Nutfield Genealgoy

Cornelius Vincent: Prisoner of War Love Story AND

My Great Great Grandmother Threw Up What?, both by Dana (Stewart) Leeds on The Enthusiastic Genealogist

The Strange Case of the Man Without an Identity by Leland Meitzler on GenealogyBlog

The Dove and Rainbow by Tony Proctor on Parallax View

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