Among the bijoux I found this week.
What are LAC’s intentions on Handwritten Text Recognition technology? by John Reid on Anglo-Celtic Connections.
The startling details of a Chinese Case File, pt. 3 – stories & tools for analysis by Linda Yip on Previous Presence.
Looking for Captain Evans by Rebecca Murray on Library and Archives Canada Weblog.
Overlooked Website Finds Immigrant Ancestors by DiAnn Iamarino Ohama on Fortify Your Household Tree.
Ancestry’s New Right Click Feature! by Diane Henriks on Know Who Wears the Genes In Your Household.
100 Questions to Ask Your Relatives by Will on Ancestral Findings.
Story structure – Strengthen any story with these tips and examples by Rhonda Lauritzen on Evalogue.Life.
Making Connections with Other Family Researchers by Jacqi Stevens on A Household Tapestry.
Connecting the Past to Your Posterity Through Heirlooms by Diana Elder on A Household Tapestry.
Different Views in Your Chromosome Map: Did You Know, #5 by Jonny Perl on DNA Painter Weblog.
‘You feel your ancestors.’ How genealogy tours help travellers trace long-lost family roots by Diane Selkirk, Toronto Star, Ontario.
Thousands of historical documents related to Burlington’s past go online by Desmond Brown, CBC Information, Hamilton, Ontario.
100th Buxton Homecoming: Celebrating history where many slaves found freedom by Ellwood Shreve, Chatham Day by day Information, Ontario.
Antoinette Sandbach: Ex-MP asks to be removed from slavery research by Ed Thomas and Joshua Nevett , BBC Information, London, England.
Celebrate Your Family History: 20 Fun Ideas for Any Budget, Household Tree Journal, Dublin, New Hampshire.
Money Does Grow on (Family) Trees by April White, Harvard Alumni, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
For extra gems like these all through the week, be part of the Genealogy à la carte Facebook group. If you submit your request to affix, you may be requested to reply two fast questions on your loved ones historical past analysis.
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