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November 2010 Family Archivist
8/26/2010
Blogging Your Family’s Stories
You can share your family stories in regular, readable snippets by starting a genealogy blog. Five family and personal history bloggers share their thoughts on web publishing—and why you should get in on the action.

Q. Why do you blog?
Joy Whitney Stubbs <www.whitneyfamilyhistory.com>: My family sites connect members of the family with their common heritage through stories, photographs and documents.They’re part of a family archive and a place where family members can communicate and share memories and stories. 
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