#genchat "Researching Women"
March 8, 2013... the topic was popular, that's for sure! We were so excited to have Gena Philibert Ortega and Lisa Alzo provide some truly fantastic resources, and then Megan Smolenyak popped in at the end! Favorite quote? Jennifer Wilso (@WrterJenWilson)... she get's the #1 position this week!
- — Jennifer Wilson (@WriterJenWilson)Fri, Mar 08 2013 19:46:39Genealogists rule. Love you guys. Hearts like scrapbookers, minds like investigative journalists. #genchat
- Question 1: What are your favorite resources for researching women?
- — Diane Tourville (@huboutourville)Fri, Mar 08 2013 19:18:21A1 Before 1871, inLower Canada or Quebec, married women listed under maiden names in Canadian Census #genchat
- — Mariann S. Regan (@MariannSRegan)Fri, Mar 08 2013 19:02:53
- — Mariann S. Regan (@MariannSRegan)Fri, Mar 08 2013 19:01:57
- — Mariann S. Regan (@MariannSRegan)Fri, Mar 08 2013 19:04:12
- — Gena PhilibertOrtega (@genaortega)Fri, Mar 08 2013 19:03:41Everyone should be using Google Books.Found a great list of California women's names in there today. Resource from early 1900s #genchat
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- Roberta FoxThank you for your recapping.2013-03-23T03:48:15.938Z