Thursday, May 20, 2010

AnceStories Listed as One of OnlineUniversities.com's 50 Best Blogs for Genealogy Geeks

AnceStories was recently listed as one of OnlineUniversities.com's 50 Best Blogs for Genealogy Geeks. Along with 13 others, this blog was recognized under the category of Specific Research Projects: "From African American genealogy to Cape Cod family ancestry, learn about specialized research here." I was curious as to how genealogy fit in with the online university world, and when I received the notice from the website, I checked it out. Here's what they had to say:
Americans are proud of their melting-pot culture, but genealogy is also a popular past-time and even profession, as family ancestry is complex and often hard to define. It takes a lot of research to untangle the web of genealogy in order to create a clear family tree, but as an online university student, you’re probably used to taking on similarly large projects. Either as a break from studying, a supplement to your history classes, or even for inspiration to start your own family ancestry research, check out these 50 blogs on genealogy.

Thank you to Kaitlyn Cole and OnlineUniversities.com for including AnceStories on their list, and congratulations to the other winners.

6 comments:

Lordandlady said...

I have awarded you the "Ancestor Approved Award" for your interesting blog. You can pick up your award on my blog -www. LordorLady.blogspot.com

Susan A. Kitchens said...

Congratulations, you geek you!!! (I mean that with highest respect)

Miriam said...

From one geek to another, thanks, Susan! :-)

Miriam said...

Thank you so much, Bob!

Family Curator said...

You're at the top of ANY list! Congrats, Miriam.

Miriam said...

Thanks, Denise!