A few of the bijoux I found this week.
Military Monday: For posterity’s sake by John Reid on Anglo-Celtic Connections.
Indigenous Peoples in the First World War: researching forgotten veterans by Ethan M. Coudenys on Library and Archives Canada Weblog.
The French-Canadian Farm in 1860, Part II by Patrick Lacroix on Question the Previous.
13,285 Free Online Marriage Collection and Index Links for the United States by Kenneth R. Marks on The Ancestor Hunt.
October updates to Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives by Claire Santry on Irish Family tree Information.
Comainn Eachdraidh – historical societies in the Western Isles by Chris Paton on Scottish GENES.
Where Are All the Cousins? by Mary Sutherland on Family tree Ensemble.
Making your Y-DNA Results work for you by Maurice Gleeson on DNA and Household Tree Analysis.
23andMe: DNA Relatives, Connections, Event History Report and Other Security Tools by Roberta Estes on DNAeXplained.
Author traces her Lebanese, Syrian and Portuguese roots in new collection by Andreina Romero, Penticton Herald, British Columbia.
Newmarket Historical Society bringing archives into digital age by Joseph Quigley, Newmarket Right now, Ontario.
Beyond jam and Jerusalem: the rise of the WI (Women’s Institute) by Jane Robinson, Who Do You Assume You Are? Journal, Bristol, England.
Find old photos of your house online by Jonathan Scott, Who Do You Assume You Are? Journal, Bristol, England.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Respectful Native American Research by Judy Nimer Muhn, Household Tree Journal, Dublin, New Hampshire.
The Secret Cemetery by Amanda Waldroupe, Reed Journal, Portland, Oregon.
For extra gems like these all through the week, be part of the Genealogy à la carte Facebook group. Whenever you submit your request to hitch, you can be requested to reply two fast questions on your loved ones historical past analysis.
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