- On Zester Daily, Sylvia Wong Lewis provides a delightful account of a recent lecture, tour, and dinner she attended at the Morris-Jumel Mansion in "The Culinary History You Missed in '12 Years a Slave.'" [I love immersion study experiences like this...made me think what did my ancestors cook and eat...what were their stories? But? Everything makes me think that. Heh. Also made me hungry.]
- The Photo Detective, Maureen Taylor, takes a virtual walk through the Colonial Williamburg site's online collection, Historic Threads: Three Centuries of Clothing. Did your ancestors wear what Maureen came across? [All sorts of ways to have immersion study experiences, eh?]
- Another possible virtual immersion study experience of interest for those with Lowcountry roots: According to charlestonchronicle.net, the Lowcountry Digital History Initiative launched February 18th.
- Dick Eastman gives a wrap-up of his experiences at Who Do You Think You Are? Live in London.
- Explore your online genealogy learning opportunities for the upcoming week: Dear Myrtle's G+ hangouts, webinars, and online events this week.
- USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 113 files recently of various types of records for various counties in the following US states: Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia, Washington, Iowa, Illinois, Louisiana, and New York.
Did you miss a day this past week? Maybe?
- Did you miss the 9 genealogy things you needed to know yesterday?
- How about the 9 genealogy things you needed to know Friday?
- And how about the 7 genealogy things you needed Thursday?
- Maybe the 9 genealogy things you needed Wednesday?
- What about the 6 genealogy things on Tuesday?
- Perhaps the 11 things on Monday?
- The 8 last Sunday?
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