- Only 6 days left for a chance to get your family history story told on T.V. and/or help fund someone else get their family history story told on T.V. Great prizes at different pledge levels. ~ Kicking Up the Past Kickstarter Project.
- On the Stories To Tell blog, Biff Barnes brings up a good point about making our written family history worth reading. Just like a Thanksgiving turkey, no one likes their family stories to be dry.
- On the Adventures in Genealogy blog, Deb gives us a great example of why knowing and understanding what was going on at the time our ancestors were living can help us with our research problems. And she also shares a great research resource.
- Needing to buy a scanner to help you finally get your genealogy and family history digitized? PCWorld gives us a handy dandy Scanner buying guide.
- On Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections blog, John D. Reid explains to us about the Isle of Wight Family History Society's website and the wonderful research resources they have.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 192 files yesterday for various counties in the following U.S. states: Florida, Louisiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
Have you tried this resource?
Knowing the possible way(s) our ancestors got from point A to point B can really help to narrow down where records might be. Lucky for us, Beverly Whitaker, MA, has authored some free U.S. migration guides that teach us about these early migration routes. Check out her American Migration Fact Sheets.
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