Now that I have explored all these wonderfully informative deeds, it is time to review what I learned, what I didn’t learn, what earlier assumptions need to be revised, and what is left to do. This last item will wait until the next post.
May 14, 2011
May 11, 2011
Well folks, I apologize for being away from the blog for so long. But really, it’s springtime in Maine - who wants to sit in front of a computer when the sun is out, the breeze is warm, plant life is emerging from its winter sleep, the black flies are still sleeping, and I have a bazillion spring chores to accomplish! I promise to get my butt in gear and get back to the blog real soon - my timing will probably coincide with the emergence of those black flies, which could be any day now.
Today I just need to shout out loud about how honored I am. I just discovered this blog was chosen on May 2 by Indian Country Today Media Network as one of their 11 Essential Genealogy Blogs. Just how cool it that? My blog is listed along with some of the best known genealogy blogs in the whole blog-sphere. What an honor for this humble 3 month old endeavor.
Thank you very much Indian Country Today and all my followers.
Another item I want to share today is the availability of “The Life of John W. Johnson” as a PDF file which can now be downloaded and printed out. Ne-Do-Ba has offered this story for more than decade at http://www.nedoba.org/jj_0.html . However, not everyone likes to read large amounts of text online and not everyone that might be interested in reading it has a computer. If you are interested in Wabanaki Culture mid 19th Century, this is a must read.
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