Conneautville Project Update February 8, 2022

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I promised myself to write everyday but I haven’t stuck to that promise. Yesterday I decided to write earlier in the day. It is easier for me to find excuses not to write the longer the day goes, so writing earlier should improve my consistency. I’ve found this true when exercising and reading and its […]

Friday’s Five at Five for October 5, 2018

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Another fabulous Friday! Five enlightening genealogy-related reads: Tracing the Mysterious “Turks” of South Carolina Back to the Revolutionary War – by Glen Browder and Terri Ann Ognibene for Retraction of Allegations Made Against Maisy Vesque (1913-1969) – by Cathy Meder-Dempsey How to Use Muster Rolls to Your Advantage in Genealogy Research from 5 Ways I Search The Fulton […]

Friday’s Five at Five for July 6, 2018

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Five fun reads: Libraries Launch “Archivist in a Backpack” from UNC University Libraries Do you use any of the same items for your personal archiving or oral history recordings? Studying Genealogy Periodicals by Jennifer Dondero Learn everything about genealogy periodicals – why you should read them, how to read them, where to find them, etc. New […]

Friday’s Five at Five for April 6, 2018

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This week’s five favorite blogposts include: Deciphering Place Names Just Got Easier – How to use Google and Meyer’s Gazetteer to try to determine a German town name. Finding Cemetery Records in an Archive – A post about the different cemetery records you might find in an archive. Women’s History Month 2018: A P.S. to Asylums […]


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