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Recommended Reads

Here are my choices for Recommended Reads for this week:

Laying the Ground Work by Jacqi Stevens on A Family Tapestry

Europeana for Genealogy: WWI Digital Archive and More by Sunny for Lisa Louise Cooke on genealogygems.com

Facebook for Canadian Genealogy by Gail Dever on  Genealogy a la carte.

Researching the Forgotten Side of Your Family Tree by Diane Hewson on Worldwide Genealogy – A Genealogical Collaboration

Some Children of Civil War Soldiers Are Still Living by Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings

Genealogy Research Tools Offered Online by French Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan by Gail Dever on Genealogy a la Carte

Historical Society Seeks to Preserve Prison Visitor Log of Passmore Washington by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman on Genealogical Gems


Recommended Reads

Here is my list of Recommended Reads for this week:

The Handwriting Challenge – James Tanner’s Genealogy’s Star

30 Days of Content: How I Did It – Jenny Lanctot’s Are My Roots Showing?

Two kinds of genealogists and the question that sorts them out – Harold Henderson’s Midwestern Microhistory: A Genealogy Blog

Why I Add All of My Research to My Ancestry Member Tree – Randy Seaver’s Genea-Musings

Who Is Maggie Douglas ?– Amberly’s The Genealogy Girl

Recommended Reads

Here are some of the recent blogs posts that have taught me something new, made me look at an idea in a new way or one that I just plain enjoyed!

“A Visit to the Library of Congress”One Rhode Island Family

“How Do I Plan to Save My Genealogical Research for Posterity?”Genea-Musings

“What are the Sources Before 1550 A.D.?”Genealogy’s Star

“Collateral Damage Can Be a Good Thing”Diggin’ for Family

“Tombstone Tuesday – Another Case of Genealogical Serendipity”Nutfield Genealogy

“The Darker Side of Genealogy”Living in the Past