Too Many Tabs Tuesday

(The tools and tabs listed here may not be new to you, but they are new to me, or I’ve forgotten them and found them again, lol.)

This post and the many posts I hope to write will be dedicated to all the blogs and tools I come across that I’d like to keep for myself, but perhaps they would also be helpful to you. Some weeks the list may be short, and some may be long. It’s my way of cleaning up all the tabs I open, thinking I will come back, only to find myself with too many tabs open. At today’s writing, I have thirty-three, but I won’t write about them all as some are multiple tabs open on Ancestry and MyHeritage.

I hope you find this week’s list helpful. Why not post in the comments how many tabs you have open today

  1. Maritime History of the Great Lakes – interesting site about the history of the Great Lakes.
  2. Prominent Men of the Great Lakes Lots of information about various Captains that sailed steamships on the Great Lakes. Captain Esford and Captain Batten are of interest.
  3. List of Manufacturing Establishments Employing Fifty Hands Or Over found this while looking for information about another company.
  4. Article from CNN about a new museum that is opening called The International African American Museum.
  5. Things I Find In The Garbage – this is a blog I read from time to time that is written by a man in Montreal that scavenges people’s garbage and finds some pretty neat stuff. (sorry, it’s not always about genealogy.)
  6. This article is about three young women that have started a DNA forensics business.
  7. Etsy Store – I have been working in my Etsy store trying to get my grandmother’s salt and pepper collection in my store. Funny enough, they are selling as fast as I can put them up.

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