Friday, December 11, 2009

Midwestern Microhistory Mentions Casefile Clues

Harold over at Midwestern Microhistory mentioned Casefile Clues a few weeks ago. I would have caught it sooner, but apparently my Google alerts are not as great as I thought they were.

At any rate, Harold had some nice unsolicited comments to make about Casefile Clues, which I appreciate and can be read on his blog. He did comment that "Neill's ancestors pack more melodrama into a few decades than mine did into a few centuries."

There'll be more melodrama in upcoming issues, but the focus (as Harold mentions) is on the records and the research. But working on a "colorful" family sometimes makes the writing easier. It doesn't always make the research any easier, but that's half the fun.

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