Pilgrims, Pioneers & Aliens is a series of how-to articles written by Diana Crisman Smith on a wide variety of topics including the use of basic forms, specific research techniques, and repositories in various parts of the country.
Deborah A. Carder Mayes writes a monthly column for the digital magazine, Going In-Depth and its accompanying blog, The In-Depth Genealogist. She also writes her blog, Rambling Along the Ancestral Trail. She was the editor of Allen County Ancestry, the newsletter of the Allen County Genealogical Society in Ohio for 10 years, and a former monthly columnist for Family History Daily.
“Lineage Lessons” by Mary Penner appears every Thursday on the free website for the Albuquerque Tribune. The column features research topics that can help all family historians. Some past topics include military pension records, Quakers in your family tree, and poorhouse records. Useful Internet resources are reviewed as well. The current column is posted in the “Neighbors” section of the website and the previous columns are also archived. See: http://www.abqtrib.com/albq/neighbors. Queries are not accepted, but research-related questions and column suggestions are welcome.
Marianne Perry blogs about genealogical research, writing, family dynamics and travel on her website. An international traveller who has explored every continent, she posts photographs from her adventures with each entry that reflect the theme or issue being examined.
Visit the author at http://www.marianneperry.ca
Tammy Tipler-Priolo writes genealogy articles for www.baytoday.ca under the column “Genealogy In Action” and monthly genealogy articles for the Gateway Advertiser under the stories section “The Ancestor Investigator.