Monthly Archives: March 2013

Revolutionary Voices: A Last Muster Film — Sorting Saturday

I believe Revolutionary Voices is going to be great project.  But they need a little bit of help still.

Revolutionary Voices

Go to Revolutionary Voices on Kickstarter and learn more.  And maybe kick in a couple of bucks.  Every little bit helps!

Ancestry Reference Desk and Roots Tech 2013. It’s Follow Friday!

I’ve not been posting for a couple of weeks.  I’ve been traveling a lot.  I presented to about 1000 people at the Midwest Genealogy Center’s Ancestry Day and I’m now at Roots Tech 2013.

Also, I’ve been ramping up a new blog for called Ancestry Reference Desk (  My goal, is to create a teaching blog/site to help people who use and Fold3 in libraries how to be more effective.  But the posts and other links we put up will apply to anyone.  Check it out and let me know what you think!

Here’s a few articles you may have missed lately:

And From Ancestry Reference Desk

Fun with Rebel Mouse. Tuesday’s Tip.

The Ancestor Hunt has done a fun new thing with twitter hash tags on Rebel Mouse.

Try this one:

Rebel Mouse #genealogy tag

Rebel Mouse #genealogy tag

There is also one for #familyhistory:

It’s a really interesting presentation of twitter #hash tags.

March is Women’s History Month. Sorting Saturday.

March is Women’s History Month!  Over on my Ask Ancestry Anne column at, I’m running through The Accidental Genealogist’s blog prompts for the month, so check in with me there if you want to play along.

Here is something fun from my friends over at for Women’s History Month.  I dare you not to find something inspiring in here.  Dare you.
National Women's History Month -

Rockets in Flight! Women’s Rights! It’s Follow Friday!

What I’ve been reading this week:

A couple of new blogs for me:

From the The Legal Genealogist:


From my Ask Ancestry Anne column: