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    Dec312012

    Top Posts and Search Terms for 2012

     

    Organizing and scanning seem to be at the top of the list for popular content in 2012. Does this mean we want to get organized or we are just looking to refine our current system? And what about scanning documents and photos? Have we figured it out yet? I hope these posts helped!

    Four Tried and True Systems for Organizing Genealogy Research

    Whether To Scan or Photograph Old Documents

    Streamlined Scanning With a Genealogy Photo Workflow

    I enjoy Amy Coffin's monthly Fun with Search Terms. Reading her posts always moves me to check out my own. Here are some that come up over and over at The Family Curator:

    usha, usha holkar, usha devi holkar -- Presumably these result from the series of posts I wrote about my mother's friendship with Princess Usha Holkar, The Maharani of Indore India.

    Princess Diaries: Looking for Answers in the 1940 US Census

    Happy Birthday Princess Usha from your friend Susie Brown

    It's the Holiday Season at Princess Usha's Orange County Palace

    organizing genealogy files -- see popular posts above

    fish eye salad -- It must be difficult to find a good recipe for this delectable dish. Be sure to bookmark

    Feeling Adventurous? Mom's Recipe for Fish Eye Salad

    Thanks, Jenna, for the inspiration from your Review of Blog Stats for 2012 to pause and look back at the year. We'll be looking ahead soon enough!

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