As I mentioned I’ve been trying to catch up with my blog reading and have come up with more posts which I found interesting and/or impressive. If you haven’t read them you may also find them useful.
Julie (Angler’s Rest) announces the Society of One Place Studies.
Kim from KK Genealogy has written a wonderfully evocative piece for the Book of Me’s Prompt 9 on Time Capsules.
Alona (Lone Tester) suggests we should check out Facebook for the myriad local history pages that are blossoming there.
Jana’s Genealogy on Rootsmapper, a tool to help with mapping where your ancestors lived.
Have you ever pondered the meaning of cousins once removed etc? Wonder no more, as this post explains it quite simply.
Toowoomba & Darling Downs Family History Society has completed more indexing of the Toowoomba Chronicle, check this link and also their sidebar.
Want to know how to use Digital Imagery as a Tool for Historical Research? Follow the Archives Outside link on this topic.
Or tips on photo management from Genealogy’s Star.
A sad reminder on the Return of Childhood Killers by Historians are Past Caring. If you doubt their impact on families in recent memory, you should read Catherine’s personal story on Vaccinations.
One Cool Site’s Timethief, suggests how we can craft quality blog comments.
John from Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections (revamped title) has some interesting links for us on Welsh records, an interactive 19th century London map, and the UNESCO Memory of the World project.
Unlock the Past has a new book which interests me on London and Middlesex Family History Sources Online…..Xmas is coming <wink>
Clare County Library: New History of Corofin Parish will appeal to anyone with ancestors from that area.
And then there’s James Tanner’s Genealogy’s Star blog: I’m not going to pick out any one post. If you don’t follow James’s posts, why not go over and have a look. It’s rare for me to find one that doesn’t make me think.
From a Facebook post by Inside History: Google tools you didn’t know existed ….I certainly didn’t.
For my fellow grammar fiends, this article recommended by Liv Hambrett is intriguing. English really isn’t the same everywhere.
Hope you find some of these mentions useful or just plain interesting reading.
8 thoughts on “Monday Mentions: More blog posts of interest”
Thanks for the mention Pauleen, I am thrilled to have made you list. My list of history sites on Facebook literally grew as I was writing it, and since then I’ve found a bunch more too. As for James Tanner’s Genealogy’s Star blog, every one of them a truly fabulous read.
It was a great tip Alona, and you’re right -there are more every day.
Thank you for the mention! I’m looking forward to reading all the other suggested blogs too. What a great idea to find all of these. Thanks again. 🙂
My pleasure. Hope you enjoy some of the others too.
Thanks so much for acknowledging my post on crafting quality comments. I’ll be checking out the other mentions you made too.
My pleasure Timethief -you do so much for the WP community!
Thank you so much for including my RootsMapper post on your list! I appreciate it!
You’re very welcome Jana!