Friday, September 26, 2014

GAGs - GeniAus' Gems - 26 September 2014

Posted for your perusal is my first collection of GAGs or GeniAus' Gems.

A short story about a World War 1 nurse in which the blogger Cheryl reminds us that "history is a dynamic thing".

Still on the World War 1 theme I selected this post from Carole Riley because, as well as telling a story, it demonstrates the wealth of material that can be found in Australian World War 1 service files.

From Alona Tester is an image of a note she wrote as a child. We Mums must remember not to toss out treasures.

From Glyn, a beaut story, some determined research and great example of how persistance pays off.

I took a ride on the Manly Ferry this week so was interested to read about this early version of an Opal Card.

Carmel sheds light on a resource that I had not thought to use for Genealogy research.

Congratulations to The State Library of Western Australia on this new Digitisation project.

The Cook and the Curator is one of my favourite history blogs. This post resonated as I have on occasion had backyard chooks.

A post from India for Android users.

A challenge from Canadian Lynn Palermo

That looks like a reasonable batch for my first post. I'll be saving any new GAGs I find into Evernote and will endeavour to share them next week.


Alex Daw said...

Thank you for this most interesting list Jill. Number 6 is my favourite.

GeniAus said...

Carmel was one amazing librarian prior to her retirement and has so much to share with the genie community.

crgalvin said...

Thanks for including me Jill, kind words and far too much credit, just puddling along in stuff that interests me.


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