Blog Starting Roots – Brian DeGraaf finally sets up a blog!
Guide “National Archives,” by Rick Crume – This guide was published in the September 2009 edition of Family Tree Magazine. It’s a very helpful guide to using the National Archives’ website more efficiently.
Website In The First Person – An index to letters, diaries, oral histories, and personal narratives.
Website Ancestral Atlas – A new website that allows you to map your family history and meet other genealogists. A free subscription allows you to plot your data and find other’s data. A paid subscription lets you contact the people who have plotted data along with other benefits.
Group GeneaBloggers on Diigo – Diigo is a social bookmarking site that allows you save your bookmarks and access them from anywhere. You can also annotate your bookmarks, which is great for us researchers. Diigo also allows the ability to create groups in order to gather a collection of bookmarks tied to a particular topic. There is now a GeneaBloggers group at Diigo. If you haven’t already, please join.