Friday, October 10, 2014

Friday Finds and Follows: 10 October 2014

Articles and posts that caught my eye:

FamilySearch Search Page Changes Cause Consternation by the Ancestry Insider at The Ancestry Insider

Good news for Ohio researchers! by Harold Henderson at Midwestern Microhistory: A Genealogy Blog

Archives Open House in Cheney this Saturday by Larry Cebula, Assistant Digital Archivist at the Washington State Digital Archives, at the Northwest History Blog

October by Bill West at West in New England - I love the colors of autumn and I wonder, as does Bill, if our New England ancestors loved them as much as we do. Bonus: a Robert Frost poem!

Relatives of adopted adults now able to trace family tree, a press release by the United Kingdom's official government website

How Iceland's Genealogy Obsession Leads to Scientific Breakthroughs by Olga Khazan at The Atlantic

The exotic history of British fish and chips by Paul Levy at The Telegraph (Note: it's not originally a British dish!)

QuickLesson 11: Identity Problems & the FAN Principle by Elizabeth Shown Mills at the Evidence Explained: Historical Analysis, Citation & Source Usage site

My New Genealogy Follows at Twitter:

@still2stepn, @AMCgenealogy, @MaryJoSonntag, @BudnyEnterprise, @Procoolgranny, @JS_Genealogist, @gensearchdeb, @Ghyxion, @BonnieM707, @CathyNapolitano, @KassieLNelson

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