Saturday, 14 July 2018

High Fives - July 14, 2018




High Fives are articles or blog posts I have read during the week that I find interesting, and perhaps are pertinent to my research. Sometimes there are only a couple and sometimes there are quite a few.





NOTE: Bloggers and readers alike are less on computers and tablets and more out traveling, visiting family, and enjoying the sunshine ... as am I. So my High Five postings will be erratic over the summer months.  Enjoy your summer!



~by Library and Archives Canada Blog
I just had to go see what that was all about!


~by John D. Reid at Canada's Anglo-Celtic Connections
This caught my eye because I vaguely remember seeing a newspaper item from WWI era with a list of people that had signed into the war office. Hmmmmm.... I'll have to check into that!


~by Maria Armstrong at National Museums Scotland
The work that goes in to saving old garments. I had a great-aunt that did beautiful hand stitching and would have been great at this.


~by Marion B Wood at Climbing my Family Tree
Reminding us to always try to find the original - and a handy shortcut. 





For more weekend reading, see what posts these bloggers liked...
Saturday – Gail Dever, Crème de la Crème
Sunday – Randy Seaver, Best of the Genea-Blogs 

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