Here are the 50 Best Blogs for Genealogy Geeks, compiled by OnlineUniversities.com.
Tracing the Tribe was happy to see many of our geneablogging colleagues listed - as well as ourself.
Americans are proud of their melting-pot culture, but genealogy is also a popular past-time and even profession, as family ancestry is complex and often hard to define. It takes a lot of research to untangle the web of genealogy in order to create a clear family tree, but as an online university student, you’re probably used to taking on similarly large projects. Either as a break from studying, a supplement to your history classes, or even for inspiration to start your own family ancestry research, check out these 50 blogs on genealogy.General: Here you can learn how to get started with a genealogy project and read about the extraordinary stories that more seasoned researchers have to share.
DearMYRTLE’s Genealogy BlogSpecific Research Projects: From African American genealogy to Cape Cod family ancestry, learn about specialized research here.
Ancestor Search Blog
The ProGenealogists Genealogy Blog
The "You Go" Genealogy Girls
Renee’s Genealogy Blog
Olive Tree Genealogy Blog
Those Old Memories
Paula’s Genealogical Eclectica
Family Tree Tips
Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society New
Eastern Washington Genealogical Society Blog
Nebraska Roots and Ramblings
Cape Cod Genealogical Society
Steve’s Genealogy Blog
The Accidental Genealogist
Tracing the Tribe: The Jewish Genealogy Blog
Rowan’s Family Tree
Upstate New York Genealogy Blog
Genealogy in New South Wales
Runaway Slave Blog
Libraries and Resources: These blogs are from larger genealogical societies, libraries and other family history resources that can help you learn about the process or find specific information.
Florida Genealogical Society
Indiana Genealogical Society Blog
Genealogy Roots Blog
Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree
The Ancestry Insider
Southern California Genealogical Society and Family Research Blog
News: Keep up with news, conferences, databases, data releases and more when you read these genealogy news blogs.