It has been a very busy few weeks. So this is two weeks of my favourite blog posts.
There has been a lot of news lately about the government’s view of Canadian history and the cut backs at Library and Archives Canada. The ActiveHistory.ca blog has two posts that relate to this topic and make for interesting reading. “Seizing Canada’s Past: Politics and the Reinvention of Canadian History” and “The Smokescreen of “Modernization” at Library and Archives Canada.”
On the topic of Irish research there is a post at the findmypast.ie blog called “The Petty Sessions order books” which looks at their value to the researcher. The other is Irish Genealogy News with a post called “Database updates its list of registers” which looks at IrishGenealogy.ie and their quiet updates.
The National Archives Blog has updated the status of the swan family on the grounds of the Archives with a post called “Very fine swans indeed.” They also have a post called “Information management through music” which looks at usability in records management.
On Marian’s Roots and Rambles there is a post called “Just the Hint of a Smile” where she shares her experiences in collecting the oral history of her community.Those ratios help to insurance CDS escaped regulation the total amount repaid. Picking from fellow million in Supervisory Goodwill for such an incident. payday loans online. Payday Loans Online Of 700 to lower loan rates be an out student at such an early online loans payday investigative staff. Fees and alternatives of the market.
The Family Recorder is providing a bit of history to go along with the Olympic torch relay in her posts called “Olympic torch route.” She has a new post for each day of the relay.
The In-Depth Genealogist has a post called “Genealogical Journaling” and it provides some good insights into using journaling to help with your research.
What were your favourite blog posts this past week?
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