There are 4 newly-discovered genealogy and family-history related blogs that we’ve located this week. Remember to try and help out these new blogs by:
- using any follow feature listed on the blog
- adding them to your blog reader
- adding a comment on their blog saying “hi” and “welcome”
Here are this week’s new listings:
A Home In Missouri
Blog type: African-American, Arkansas, Family, Mississippi, Missouri
This blog is about the history of my father’s family. Who came from Mississippi to Arkansas to Missouri. I am tracing my history and blogging about the journey of my ancestors.
A. Warde & Co.
Blog type: Family
How do you do? I’m Ameya Warde, historical persons researching detective extraordinaire! (Or, if you’d rather, a “genealogist.”)
I’m only in my mid-twenties, but due to being a precocious and history-obsessed child, I have been doing family history research for around 18 years. Of course, almost all of that childhood research has been trashed in light of my grown up interest in “checking sources for legitimacy,” “citation,” and “researching more places than just Ancestry.com.” I am in the early stages of applying for genealogical certification and I’m enjoying the process of going back over all that I’ve done since to make sure it is all up to the genealogical proof standard.
I have no idea why it has taken me so long to find the genealogy community online, but here I am. Hi! If you enjoy rambling, .gifs, memes, and affectionate irreverence, you should subscribe to the feed, and follow me on the other social media places, and you know, hiring me is also a really good and cool thing to do. Yep!
Heartbreak & Hope: Stories of Ellis Island
Blog type: Immigration
More than 14 million people came to the United States through the Ellis Island Immigration Center in New York. These are the stories of those immigrants and their families.
Blog type: Canada, Canadian, Family, Italian
A second generation Canadian-Italian, Marianne’s interest in her Calabrian-Sicilian roots has fuelled her genealogical research to solve family mysteries. Along with researching family history, Marianne’s writing reflects her extensive traveling, a passion for adventure, an interest in establishing connections and a yearning to understand our world.
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