Friday, June 28, 2013

Friday Finds – 06/28/13


Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve found.

New-to-Me Blogs

Online Articles

Websites & Resources

  • Women Working, 1800-1930 – "Women Working, 1800-1930 is a digital exploration of women's impact on the economic life of the United States between 1800 and the Great Depression. Working conditions, workplace regulations, home life, costs of living, commerce, recreation, health and hygiene, and social issues are among the issues documented in this online research collection from Harvard University."
  • Southern Appalachians Genealogical Association – A genealogical society covering counties located in the Southern Appalachians in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
  • Genealogy Collection at Internet Archive – Free, digitized books, related to genealogy, from Internet Archive.

Upcoming FREE Webinars

Date / Time Webinar / Presenter / Host
12 PM Central
Transform Your Note-Taking and Remember Everything With Evernote
Tonia Kendrick
Southern California Genealogical Society
8 PM Central
Common Surnames: Ways to Identify Your Ancestors in a Crowd
Juliana Smith
Illinois State Genealogical Society
1 PM Central
DNA and Genetic Genealogy in 2013
Debbie Parker Wayne
Friends of the National Archives Southeast Region
1 PM Central
Canadian Ports of Entry: Ship Passenger Lists, Immigration Records, and Border Crossing Records
Kathryn Lake Hogan
Legacy Family Tree
7 PM Central
Photography and Genealogy
Karen Molohon
Georgia Genealogical Society
7 PM Central
Genealogy Orienteering: Using Maps to Find the Right Place
George Morgan
Wisconsin State Genealogical Society
1 PM Central
Research in the Old Line State: An Overview of Maryland Genealogy
Michael Hait
Legacy Family Tree
8 PM Central
Path to Organizational Bliss
Nancy Lauer
Southern California Genealogical Society
8 PM Central
Can I Use That in My Genealogy? What You Should Know About Copyright.
Thomas MacEntee
Utah Genealogical Association
1 PM Central
Top Ten Techniques for Finding More in Library Catalogs
Barbara Renick
Legacy Family Tree



Danielle said...

Thanks for listing my blog!

Lara said...

Thanks for linking to my blog as well!

Nancy said...

Thanks for mentioning my Women Working post, Julie. I appreciate it.

Susan W. Mosey said...

Thanks for the link!

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