Winter along the inlet in Maryland
This has been a busy blogging week. Several new "cousins" have responded to posts and a blogging friend located a family recipe. Both excellent examples of why blogging is an excellent tool for the family researcher.
Using "Facebook Disconnect"? Then head over to 1 Ancestry 2 Little Time for a great tip in Tech Tuesday - Google Chrome and Facebook.
Jennifer Shoer of The Scrappy Genealogist gives her Final Verdict - Nook, Fire or Streak.
Denise Spurlock of Denise's Life in the Past Lane shares her yummy recipe for Cranberry Hootycreeks.
Over at GeneaPress read a new group dedicated to saving our archived newspapers publishes new website.
Great read! Over at Daddy Knows Best there is a Red Alert: Guest Post from the Mommy In Law!
The Ligdon Kids are adorable! You can find them over at Genealogy Frame of Mind by Karen Ansley Krugman.
Kathleen Brandt of a3Genealogy gives us tips and tricks on finding tombstone clues.What did you miss?
Heard about Historypin? For all the details about this great genealogy tool check out Pinning History to the World by Ruby Coleman of Genealogy Lines.
John D. Reid of Anglo-Celtic Connections share a great tip with Use Ctrl-F to making finding easy.
Over at Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal you will find Photo Monument Rewind 12/8/11 by Gale Wall. Learn more about those lovely ceramic photographs that adorn headstones.
Two great reads from Marian Pierre-Louis of Marian's Roots & Rambles. Marian shares great advice in Getting Local With Research and Getting Local Before You Make the Trip.
Gena Philibert Ortega of Gena's Genealogy shares Women's Research Resource: Women's Veterans.
On of the most emotionally charged posts I have ever read would be Incarcerated in Kilmainham Goal: A little girl with a familiar name by J. Geraghty-Gorman of 'On a flesh and bone foundation': An Irish History.
Angela Y. Walton-Raj of My Ancestor's Name shares her Monday Mapping Exercise: Finding African American History on Maps.
This week we commemorated the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The National Archives blog Prologue: Pieces of History shared Records from the Day of Infamy.
The 'Genealogists for Families" project invites us to meet their team. Up this week team member Jennifer Jones.
Planning a trip to the genealogy mecca in Utah? Becky Wiseman of Kinexxions gives great pointers in You Don't have to Break the Bank to Stay in Salt Lake City.
Check out The Family History Blog to Book Project by Lynn Palermo of The Armchair Genealogist.
Over at Mysteries and Conundrums you will find part one in a series of three "documenting Civil War graffiti at Aquia Church in Stafford County, Virginia".
Michael John Neill of Genealogy Tip of the Day tells us to Connect With Non-Relatives from Same Area.
James Tanner of Genealogy's Star gives the details about the new blog from U.S. Office of Copyright and the Library of Congress called Copyright Matters: Digitization and Public Access.
The Two Nerdy History Girls give a history lesson with Friday Video: O Christmas Tree, Horrible Histories-Style.
Lorine McGinnis Schulze of Olive Tree Genealogy Blog shares 5 Steps to a Quick & Easy Genealogy Christmas Gift.
Need gift ideas for the youngsters in your life? Find great book advice on the post What to Give the Kids on Your List over at Omnivoracious.
Love this! Grandma and the Family Tree from Renee Zamora of Renee's Genealogy Blog.
The following geneablogger is celebrating a blogiversary. Stop by to offer your congratulations.
New blogs discovered this week:
Tonight's episode of GeneaBloggers Radio will be Genealogy Gift Guide.
Happy Follow Friday!