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Friday Finds – 01/01/16

Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things that I’ve found, such as new blogs, interesting posts/articles, useful websites and resources, and of course upcoming webinars.

First, Happy New Year!  May 2016 be a great year for all of us!  And now for the bad news—this is the last Friday Finds post, as mentioned in my recent post “Reevaluating Life: Why ‘Friday Finds’ Series Will Be Discontinued Beginning January 1

New-to-Me Blogs

  • No finds this week.

Online Articles

Magazine/Journal Articles

  • “Nancy (Minor) Washington: A Woman of Three Centuries,” by Valerie Beaudrault, American Ancestors, Summer 2015.
  • “Beyond the Family Stories: Reconstructing the Life of Daisy May Lawton,” by Crystal (Medler) Rojas Mora, American Ancestors, Summer 2015.
  • “How Massachusetts Land Records Dismantled a Perry Family Brick Wall,” by Andrew Krea, American Ancestors, Summer 2015.
  • “Collaborating With Colleagues: Benefits and Drawbacks for You in Your Work,” by Mary Penner. APG Quarterly, September 2015.

Website & Resources

  • No finds this week.

Genealogy-Related Books

  • Finished reading Watch for the Dead (Relatively Dead Mystery #4), by Sheila Connolly.
  • On deck, Deadly Occupation (A Michael Stoddard American Revolution Mystery), by Suzanne Adair
  • Also on deck, recently released genealogical mysteries The Cost of Silence, by John Nixon and Three Times Removed (Maze Investigations – The Genealogy Detectives Book #1), by M. K. Jones.
Category: GenBlog, Resources
  • Jacquie Schattner says:

    I will definitely miss your best of blog on Fridays. Good luck in your research.

    January 2, 2016 at 1:26 pm

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