Simply Fabulous Links

In the past week or so, I've read some simply fabulous articles posted in blogs and news web sites.  And now I'm sharing them with you.

–A photograph solves a drowning mystery, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

–Laurie Thornton of “Smoky Mountain Family Historian,” lets the skeleton out of the closet in her article “There's a Thief Among Us….”

— Lidian of The Virtual Dime Museum, describes a strangely disturbing device in the article “Milo Morgan and the Amazing Palpitating Bosom.”

–Tim Agazio of Genealogy Reviews Online writes about history lessons learned in modern Germany in his article “Hitler's Beginning 75 Years Ago Today

–Bill West of West in New England becomes a few posts closer to being able to list “49 Genealogy Uses For A Flutaphone” Help him out by providing one or two more!

–Steve Danko of Steve's Genealogy Blog provides an outstanding list of obituary sources in “Finding Obituaries Online.”

–Ascender of Ascender Rises Above posted some amazing photographs of unusual quilts in “Altered Embellished Quilts.”

–Amy Kane of Atlantic Ave discovers “Which Jane Austen heroine are you?”

I am Elizabeth Bennet!

Take the Quiz here!

–David Brooks, the science guru at Granite Geek discusses plastic vs paper vs cloth shopping bags in “Faith and begorrah – no plastic bags.”


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