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March is Women’s History Month. Sorting Saturday.

March is Women’s History Month!  Over on my Ask Ancestry Anne column at Ancestry.com, 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 Archives.com for Women’s History Month.  I dare you not to find something inspiring in here.  Dare you.
National Women's History Month - Archives.com

Ancestors from Outer Space and Constructive Criticism. It’s Follow Friday!

Here’s what I’ve been reading this week:

Two on Archives.com

Slavery-Related Court Petitions Online Database from Genealogy Decoded

Two from The Legal Genealogist

That Was Constructive Criticism, You Fool! from Midwestern Microhistory: A Genealogy Blog

Two stories continued:

And a couple of my posts on Ancestry.com Sticky Notes

Ok, I promise, the last resolutions of 2013.

I know, I know. Enough with the resolutions.

But these are from my buddies over at Archives.com.  Fun visual eye candy  and I think they are useful!

Family History Resolutions - Archives.com

The last one especially. Share what you’ve learned.  If you die and it’s in boxes and no one has seen it, no one is going to publish it.  Share often and freely.