Thursday, September 22, 2011

Thursday's "Good" Genea-Reads

Since I'm not doing a weekly Best of the Genea-blogs this week, I do want to highlight some of my favorite genealogy blog posts that I've read since I've been home (since Wednesday night).

Jerks, Genea-Karma, Donuts & Dreams by Caroline Pointer on the Family Stories blog.  She had me just on the title, but the example of using is great!  Makes me want to get smart phone with this App.

The Journey Through Hallowed Ground, Day 2  by Liz Tapley-Matthews on the My Tapley Tree ... and its Branches.  Liz and her mom visited Monticello and shows us what she found.

Genealogy in Greek Speak by Susan Bankhead on Susan's Genealogy Blog.  Susan summarizes what NUCMC, PERSI, worldCat and JSTOR mean. 

BIFHSGO 2011 Conference – Day 3 by Elizabeth Lapointe on the Genealogy Canada blog.  Elizabeth summarized her day at the British Isles Family History Society of Greater Ottawa.  Read the other day summaries too.  Sounds like it was a good conference.

FHC and Me by Kim von Aspern-Parker on the Le Maison Duchamp blog.  Kim works at an FHC, and extrols the virtues and benefits of using them for genealogy research.  Amen!

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