Thursday, September 14, 2006
Genealogy and Michigan History
Absolute Michigan features several bloggers who write about their genealogical research efforts and findings. Today, I thought it would be interesting to visit three of them to examine their various methods and gather tips in the proces.
Your Brother Kings writes:
I can't believe I've been running this blog for as long as I have without plugging an excellent resource that I found for researchers of Michigan history and genealogy (but a search of this blog suggests I haven't). Please check out Michigan County Histories, which is offered by the Humanities Text Initiative at the University of Michigan. You will find over 170 titles scanned in and searchable.Notes From Away has been researching her grandfather in a very different fashion, and has made a connection as she describes in her post from Monday.
The Italian Hall Tragedy writes about and has photos of some memorabilia he has collected over the years, some from Italian Hall and others connected to the tragedy. He writes:
During my various travels and studies in the UP, I've managed to start a nice collection of memorabilia.Read Michigan County Histories online.Your Brother Kings
And read Better than the DaVinci Code, at times. also by Your Brother Kings
Read The Zanky connection by Notes From Away
Also read Cooper Country Souvenirs by The Italian Hall Tragedy
Check out Absolute Michigan's Stories from Michigan History Magazine page
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