And as usual, some websites I have visited this week
Renee Schmidt on how to include the “younger generations” in genealogy discussions. No, the Fact the Younger Generations Aren’t Learning Cursive Doesn’t Mean the End of Genealogy
Aberly Beck, -The Genealogy Girl shares A Cautionary Tale of Digital Loss
In her blog Amy Johnson Crow tells us Why You Should Download Your Files From Ancestry and Every Other Website
“Digging into your family history you will find all kinds of people. Some people you will be proud of and others you will not” claims Jessica Benjamin in the blog Storied Genealogy. Read her article So you found a dark secret
“Genealogists should think about what they are doing to their records” is the warning Melissa Barker, the In-Depht Genealogist present in the article Preserving Family Records, Do No Harm!
I found this interesting article inthe Family Sleuther blog Newly Digitized Newspaper Identifies Unknown Photograph
Marsha Peterson-Maass in Family History Daily claims that chances are we’re not using Cyndi’s List to its full potential. The 2 Minute Cyndi’s List Experiment That Helped Me Find My Elusive Ancestor
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Here are some other blogs that presents links under the “finds” meme:
- Copper Leaf Genealogy
- Julie’s Genealogy & History Hub
- Jana’s Genealogy and Family History Blog
- That moment in time
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