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Follow Friday: Cow Hampshire-New Hampshire History Blog

Posted by Jim Sanders on Friday, 8 March, 2013

The Cow Hampshire-New Hampshire History Blog is one website I ran across while doing this past weekend’s post about my New Hampshire connections. I found it to be very informative on a great deal of subjects, both about it’s history and it’s people. It doesn’t post as regularly as some other blogs but there are some really good articles.

Here are some past articles;

If you have New Hampshire ancestors, check out this blog.

Follow Friday:South Carolina Digital Newspaper Program

Posted by Jim Sanders on Friday, 1 March, 2013

I stumbled across this blog which is sure to interest those with South Carolina roots. It is called South Carolina Digital Newspaper Program.

Here are a few recent posts.

If you have South Carolina roots, be sure to check out this blog.

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Search South Carolina Newspapers and NewspaperArchive.com

South Carolina Newspaper Archives at Genealogy Bank

Follow Friday: Preservation Maryland

Posted by Jim Sanders on Friday, 22 February, 2013

In order to put your ancestors lives into context, you need to know a little about history and more specifically the history where your ancestors lived. Preservation Maryland is a great blog dedicated to preserving Maryland history. They cover what’s in the news each month, to stories about historical places and homes which have been saved and preserved for the people of Maryland and beyond.

Here are a few recent posts;

If you have Maryland ancestors, be sure to check out this blog.
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Maryland Newspaper Archives at Genealogy Bank

Follow Friday: Massachusetts and More Genealogy Blog

Posted by Jim Sanders on Friday, 15 February, 2013

I recently stumbled across a genealogy blog called Massachusetts and More Genealogy Blog. The blog covers the genealogies of many early residents of Massachusetts.

Here are a few recent posts;

If you have ancestors from Massachusetts you might want to check out this blog.