Here are some websites I have visited this week
Genealogical information without proper sources is worth nothing. Amy Johnson Crow tells us how to cite the sources in her article and podcast Citing Sources Without Stressing Out
I have linked to sites covering this topic before, but as it is so important to doing proper genealogy I share another link DiAnn Iamarino in the blog Fortify Your Family Tree advises us to Do These 3 Things Before You Add Another Name to Your Family Tree
“Teenager’s drawings in maths exercise book from 1784, acquired by the Museum of English Rural Life, win online fans including JK Rowling,” writes Alison Flood in The Guardian. Read her article Eighteenth-century doodles of a chicken in trousers go viral
James Tanner in the blog Genealogy’s Star presents some interesting Case Studies in American Migration: Part One, Moving Away From the Coast
The blog Family History Daily presents 10 Free Canadian Genealogy Websites
DNA tests can give amazing results. In the MyHeritage blog, we find the article DNA Quest Success: New Zealand Siblings Living Just Miles Apart Meet for the First Time!
Amie Bowser Tennant in the blog The Genealogy Reporter tells us that October is Filled with Genealogy Seminars, Conferences, and Workshops
Here are some other blogs that present links under the “finds” meme:
- Julie’s Genealogy & History Hub
- Jana’s Genealogy and Family History Blog
- That moment in time
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