Friday, February 2, 2007

Are you reading Global Gazette?

Another of the regular genealogy newsletters I receive is the Global Gazette, found online at The focus of this web site and newsletter is Canadian research, but it has significant content for the USA and England also.

Each issue of the newsletter has a number of feature articles. This issue has:

1) Celebrating Black History Month in Canada

2) Gordon Watts Reports (01 February 2007)

3) USA Social Security Death Index

4) Africa's Children, History of Blacks in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

There are also article archives on, including lists by topic and by authors. Many of these articles cover US records and provide interesting perspectives. Check them out - you may find an article to help you in your research.

I was happily surprised to see Xenia Stanford on the list of authors - Xenia was a colleague of mine about ten years ago on the Delphi genealogy forum, and I've lost touch with her. Maybe she'll see this if she Googles herself often.

1 comment:

Craig Manson said...

Wow, Randy, yesterday's and today's postings were just packed with info! Thanks especially for the tip about Genealogy Gazette.