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Genealogy, Learn How (Genealogy Learning & Guidance), Genealogy Search Online, and Share & Preserve Your Family History are the main headings for an in-depth newsletter blog that covers a wide variety of topics of interest to all genealogists, whether beginners or advanced. Offers free genealogy newsletter.
Angela McGhie's blog offers information on courses, conferences, and workshops covering a wide range of genealogy-related topics.
International family history blog focusing on beginning genealogy topics. Beginning Genealogy Lessons. Monthly Organization Checklists. "Dear Myrtle, your friend in genealogy since 1995."
Daily genealogy newsletter blog, featuring the latest news on a wide variety of topics of interest to genealogists. Also online book store.
A site for "authors of blogs related to genealogy and family history readers of these types of blogs." Run by Thomas MacEntee, this site provides links to nearly 3000 genealogy blogs.
A site that tracks the activity of more than 1700 genealogy-related blogs.
Blog of James Tanner, who has more than thirty years' experience in law, computers, and over twenty years' experience as a research genealogist.
All the latest genealogy industry news based on press releases issued by genealogy vendors, societies, educators and other service providers.
News about upcoming hangouts, meetings, and webinars offered throughout the online genealogy community.
Popular Posts: Create an Organized Desktop; Desktop Wallpapers; Why I Share - Five Good Reasons, My Not Quite Precisely Organized Binder System; plus the families the blogger is researching. Very creative, with "how-to" instructions
Paul Millner's blog highlighting British Isles research, resources, and book reviews.
"Taking Back What Was Once Lost" Many posts are designed to illustrate use of specific records via methodology using the blogger's own research. Although many are focused on African-American and slavery research, the methodology and analysis applies to all research.
This site is about genealogy from an archivist's perspective – help on using primary sources effectively; advice about organizing, storing, and retrieving paper and digital records; and news about archival collections of interest to genealogists.
In every family, someone ends up with “the stuff.” I was a family historian and schoolteacher, not an archivist, when I inherited my grandmother’s trunk filled with old photos, papers, and memorabilia. I couldn’t find a guidebook for preserving family keepsakes, so I adapted professional archival techniques for the family situation and created The Family Curator to share what I learned about scanning, organizing, and preserving family treasures. This blog has grown into two books – the step-by-step guides I needed when I inherited grandma’s trunk. Whether you’re caring for a shoebox of old photos or a house filled with heirlooms, I hope you’ll join me in preserving and sharing your own family keepsakes.
A Certified Genealogist and Certified Genealogical Lecturer with a law degree, The Legal Genealogist Judy G. Russell is a lecturer, educator and writer who enjoys helping others understand a wide variety of genealogical issues, including the interplay between genealogy and the law.
The U.S. National Archives maintains several blogs for sharing more information with the public about their activities. Among these blogs are NARATIONS (blog of the U.S. National Archives), FOIA OMBUDSMAN (Freedom of Information Act blog to build a bridge between FOIA requesters and Federal agencies) and REDISCOVERING BLACK HISTORY.