- On Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections, John D. Reid shares with us the 2014 schedule of Pharos Teaching and Tutoring Courses. [I signed up for the British Origins one since I'm ready to jump the pond on several of my lines and my DNA results indicate I'm almost 42% British and Irish. And I got in on a discount because I'm a member of NGS. And? I've got a handy dandy guide to help me translate the British language. ;) ]
- Speaking of crossing the pond, for me, many of those crossings start in the American Colonies. On Genea-Musings, Randy Seaver shares some great research reasons to join the New England Historic Genealogical Society. If you have New England roots, have you considered joining? [I'm a member -- lots of helpful resources!]
- WikiTree has an all new beautiful design which will make using it for research collaboration all the better.
- The Texas State Genealogical Society announced its 2013 election results. [I'll be busy but I'm looking forward to the challenge. =) ]
- Mocavo has added over 30,000 new databases and some new features. [Remember: Free Forever.]
- Yesterday, FamilySearch.org added records for Brazil, Chile, Italy, Mexico, and for the U.S. states of Louisiana and Maine.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 156 files yesterday for various counties for the U.S. states of Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, and Virginia. Did they add something you've been needing for your research? A photo? A transcription? A clue? Something?
Have you tried this resource?
Other days, other things...
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