Tuesday, September 04, 2007

The 31st Carnival is in Town!

Craig Manson at GeneaBlogie is our host for the 31st Genealogy Carnival. "Confirm or Debunk: Family Myths, Legends or Lores" is the topic this time, and as usual, we have some wonderfully written posts that are definitely must-reads. Take a gander over to GeneaBlogie and click on the links for a nice hour of reading from a variety of authors.

My own submission is "The Legend of Joseph Josiah ROBBINS," posted here.

If you are interested in joining us next time, read the following note from Craig:
The theme for the next Carnival of Genealogy ties in with a noteworthy documentary coming September 23 to PBS -- "The War," by Ken Burns. "The War" tells the story of World War II through the lives of ordinary men and women from four American cities. For the mid-September Carnival, tell any story about a wartime event or soldier in your family (no need to limit it to World War II or America). The deadline is September 15. The Carnival will be hosted by Susan Kitchens at Family Oral History Using Digital Tools.

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