A Sunday Walk Around the Blogs

Missing records aren’t always lost, and sometimes they’re returned, as Madison County, Alabama, court officials discovered recently.

Harold Henderson discusses a recent article on the demise of genealogy in Does genealogy have a future? Don’t ask a journalist.

Judy G. Russell brings us some really peachy news: the Georgia Archives is opening to the public two additional days beginning 31 July, and somewhere along the line will be adding additional staff. Woot!

Robyn at Reclaiming Kin writes about The Definition of Black according to instructions for federal census takers. This post is an excellent example of why Robyn’s blog is one of my favorites.

A new web site seeks to document the Historic Rural Churches of Georgia.

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