Tag Archives: Blogs

Overwhelmed by the NARA site?

The U.S. National Archives has an amazing website. It’s huge.  It has tons of information, with and a section created for genealogists.    It is surprisingly well organized for such a complex site, but even so, it can be difficult to find all … Continue reading

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Some recommended blogs

My  ProGen Study Group assignment for this month is to recommended some blogs that I follow, especially those that might be lesser known. I like blogs that keep me current as to what new content is on some of my favorite internet sites, as … Continue reading

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Yet another review of “Online State Resources” by Michael Hait?

I spend a lot of time trying to keep up with what is on the web, so I purchased and downloaded Michael Hait’s .pdf book:  Online State Resources for the Genealogist.   Not long after,  in the midst of preparing a presentation … Continue reading

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Switching to WordPress

I’m switching from Blogspot to WordPress.   For past entries see my old blog  at genealogyetc.blogspot.com  The very first thing you will notice is that I am not a very constant blogger — the last entry there was in 2011 and … Continue reading

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