This week’s crème de la crème — December 13, 2014

Some of the genealogy bijoux I discovered this week.

News from Library and Archives Canada by John D. Reid on Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections.

Saint John Almshouse Records by Joe Buggy on Townland of Origin.

I have mold! (…or is it foxing?) by Rita Udina on Rita Udina Blog.

Looking for Photos of Early Black Families and Individuals in Ontario by Lorine Schulze on Olive Tree Genealogy.

Heading North by Leslie Ann Weston on Vita Brevis.

One Man Has Digitized Over 28 MILLION Historical Newspaper Pages on UpFront with NGS.

DNA Q&A: what test and Learning online by Judy G. Russell on The Legal Genealogist.

Ten-Minute Methodology: Proof Statements 2, Examples by Judy Kellar Fox on BCG Blog.

PBS “Genealogy Roadshow” Season Two Uncovers Family Secrets Across the U.S. by Thomas MacEntee on GeneaBloggers.

The Daily Trials of a Genealogist by Karrie Drake on The Family Detective.

2015 Genealogist Resolutions on Generations Gone By’s Weblog.

9 Tips for Writing Your Family History by Diane Haddad on Genealogy Insider.

Another Try at MyHeritage “Instant Discoveries” Feature by Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings.

For Writer Facing Brutal Truth, ‘Telling My Story Was a Form of Survival’ by Andrew Nikiforuk, The Tyee, Vancouver, BC.

Unveiling Winnipeg’s Haunted History, Canada’s History.

Queen Victoria Dreamed Up the White Wedding Dress in 1840 by Colin Schulz, Smithsonian Magazine.

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