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Follow Friday: latest additions to the blogroll

Posted by on November 28, 2011

The blogs I’ve added since my last Follow Friday post on August 12 (oopsie, it’s been awhile) are:

GenWriter by Julie Cahill Tarr – It’s a relatively new blog and the post that first caught my eye was 4 Resources for Writing Your Family History.

Leah’s Family Tree by Leah

The Demanding Genealogist by Barbara J. Mathews, CG – The blog started this month and is introduced with: “I sputter when I see bad genealogy. This blog will permit me to explore the sources of errors. Hopefully I can learn not to make them myself.” We can all learn from her exploration!

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog by Lorine McGinnis Schulze

Provenance by Judy Wilkenfeld – read her article on evidence and you’ll get a sense of her, her family, and her journey.

Tonia’s Roots by Tonia Kendrick - she’s sponsoring the 31 Weeks to a Better Genealogy Blog and is co-sponsor of the new US-REC Study Group along with Valerie Elkins of the Family Cherished blog. And many of our working techniques and systems are similar and that will always make me a fan!

Blood and Frogs: Jewish Genealogy and More – don’t let the name throw you off.  There’s something for everyone here!

Elyse’s Genealogy Blog – I’ve read her stuff, watched her videos, she just wasn’t in my Google Reader.

Family Archaeologist

For Your Family Story

 

From Helen V Smith’s Keyboard

 

CaseFile Clues by Michael John Neill which pairs nicely with his weekly how-to newsletter which “focuses on methods, sources, and analysis, while including citations in a clear, easy-to-follow and understand format.”

And power to him, check out the Paperless Genealogist. I like the concept but I invariably have too many hard copies for analysis purposes.  If someone would stop by and set me up with a second monitor, maybe I could handle it.

Woolgathering - yes, I knit, but this is not that kind of wool, it’s “assorted essays on life, both past and present.  To be updated as the spirit moves.”

Living Ancestors – a relatively new blog from another Christy.

Midwestern Microhistory: A Genealogy Blog

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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