Recommended Reads

There is a plethora of news and interesting reads. Here are the picks for this week:

What Spouses Promised Each Other by Yvette Hoitink on Dutch Genealogy

Family Bibles in the Digital Public Library of America  AND

How Do We Maintain Multiple Online Family Trees on Multiple Websites, both by James Tanner on Genealogy’s Star

2015 State of the Genealogy Industry by Amy Archibald on Revealing Roots and Branches

A Transcription Toolbox by Sue Adams of Family Folk on Worldwide Genealogy – A Genealogical Collaboration

Want to Preserve All of Your Genealogy Blog Efforts? Better Book It! by John D. Tew on Filiopietism Prism

My eBay Find by Vikki on Today’s Genealogy

Tombstone Tuesday: Weep Not for Her by rienik on FamilyHeirlooms

Finding the Living Among the Dead: Using the Internet to Find Your Living Cousins by Amy Archibald on Revealing Roots and Branches

Genealogy Societies of France by Jacques Gagne on Genealogy Ensemble

Italian Research: One Mystery Solved by History Chick on Genealogical Musings

Re-Visioning and Editing Your Family History Narrative by Lynn Palermo on The Armchair Genealogist

She Haunts Me on Generations Gone By

An Open Letter to the Genealogy Community AND

An Open Letter to the Genealogy Community – Part Deux, both by Janet Hovorka on The Chart Chick

Research All Names by John Newmark on TransylvanianDutch

Things Are Looking Up for Indiana Genealogy by Melissa Wiseheart on A Wise Heart’s Journey

Complex Evidence Webinar by F. Warren Bittner: A Case Study Demonstrating GPS by Dana (Stewart) Leeds on The Enthusiastic Genealogist

5 Misspelled, Misused Genealogy Words. . . and How to Get Them Right by Amy Johnson Crow on No Story Too Small

MooseRoots Is A New Genealogy Search Engine by Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings

Same Place, Same Day, Two Marys by Jacqi Stevens on A Family Tapestry

and last, but not least, for those who want to catch up on RootsTech 2015:

31 Sessions of RootsTech 2015 Now Online by James Tanner on Genealogy’s Star



2 thoughts on “Recommended Reads”

  1. Thank you for including my post, Linda! And I love that misspelled genealogy words post by Amy Johnson Crow! 🙂

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