Sunday, April 8, 2012

Top Genealogists on the Web

Just in case you missed the memos, it's now easier than ever to get a good genealogical education while spending no money, or very little. Four good free sites to start, the first two just recently opened:

Elizabeth Shown Mills, Historic Pathways: a collection of published articles on difficult genealogical questions.

Elizabeth Shown Mills, Evidence Explained: excerpts and lessons from the classic reference on citation and evidence analysis (2nd edition), plus a store and discussion forums.

Craig Scott, Stump Craig (blog): Q&A Format, and yes, he has been stumped on occasion.

Board for the Certification of Genealogists, in particular the examples.

Feel free to discuss additions to this list in the comments.

1 comment:

Dawn Watson said...

Rachal Mills Lennon has a new web site (with a blog) called Finding Southern Ancestors (, containing digital copies of some of her previous publications, etc. Very helpful for Southern researchers, particularly those with Revolutionary War veterans in their ancestry.