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I’ve been surprised how many people enjoy reading about Grandma and her times. Several newspapers and blogs have written about the diary. If you haven’t seen the stories you can click on the links below:

NEWSPAPER AND BLOG ARTICLES ABOUT A HUNDRED YEARS AGO

Blog Showcases Local History (Susquehanna Reporting, January 10, 2013)

The Daily Genealogist: “The A Hundred Years Ago” Blog (American Ancestors, New England Historical Genealogical Society, April 5, 2012)

May I Introduce . . . Sheryl Lazarus (Geneabloggers, June 6, 2011)

 Blog Connects Former Resident to Central PA  (Milton Standard Journal, May 21, 2011)(.pdf. Reprinted with permission)

 100 Years Ago. .. Woman Creates McEwensville Blog to Honor Her Grandmother (Williamsport Sun Gazette, May 15 , 2011)

A FEW BLOGS THAT INCLUDED A HUNDRED YEARS AGO IN A “FOLLOW FRIDAY” OR  OTHER POST

Our Blogs as our Legacies? (Social Bridge, September 2, 2014)

Enough’s as Good as A Feast (Silkannthreades [Gallivanta], July 31, 2014)

Handwritten Stories in a Digital Age: PostSecret.com and More (From Our Blogs, WordPress.com, November 26, 2013)

7 Sites for Your Genealogy Toolbox (Brandy Heineman: Bookishness and Other Beauties, July 23, 2013)

Friday Pick  50: A Hundred Years Ago (Talk to Diana, May 19, 2013)

G is for Grandmothers (Finding Eliza, April 8, 2013)

Dressing Yesterday (Virginia News, February 24, 2013)

Follow Friday-Fab Finds for December 28, 2012 (Jana’s Genealogy and Family History Blog, December 28, 2012)

Follow Friday: Biplanes, Brickwalls, and Blogs (Finding Forgotten Stories: Uncovering Our Ancestor’s Lives, October 19, 2012)

The Education of Our Ancestors (Among My Branches, August 28, 2012)

Follow Friday-Feb Finds for August 17, 2012  (Jana’s Genealogy and Family History Blog, August 17, 2012)

A Hundred Years Ago (My Family History, July 30, 2012)

Follow Friday–Genealogy as a Profession, 7 Marriages, and A Hundred Years Ago (Finding Forgotten Stories: Uncovering Our Ancestor’s Lives, July 13, 2012)

A Tale of Two Irons (Adventuring in Ancestry–A Genealogical Journey. June 24, 2012)

Trailing Arbutus (Niche Poetry and Prose, April 28, 1912)

Follow Friday: Two Weeks Worth of Favorite Finds (Climbing My Family Tree, March 23, 2012)

Follow Friday: This Week’s Favorite Finds (Climbing My Family Tree, January 27, 2012)

Aprons A Hundred Years Ago (Heirloom Aprons and Buttons, December 28, 2011)

Thanksgiving – 1991, Idlewild, Michigan – Part 2 (Finding Eliza, December 3, 2011)

Diaries and Journals Shed Light on the Past (The Write Way: Thoughts on Rural Living, October 20, 2011)



10 Responses

  1. I’ve scheduled this for my daily twitter and facebook updates. It’s a great blog. I’m glad you posted it.

  2. So interesting! Thanks.,

  3. NEHGS just spotlighted you in this week’s NEHGS Weekly Genealogist Newsletter. Be prepared for many new readers! Although I only occasionally comment, I read every post.

    • Hi Elizabeth–
      Thanks for letting me know. I noticed that the blog was really active today–and until I saw your comment I couldn’t figure out why. It’s wonderful that NEHGS decided to highlight A Hundred Years Ago.

  4. It would be great to see this published in the magazine “Reminisce.” You may want to contact them. Here’s their website: http://www.reminisce.com/submit-a-story/

    • Thanks for the great suggestion. I clicked on the link, and enjoyed reading some of the stories on the Reminisce site. After things settle down after the holidays, maybe I’ll write something up and submit it.

  5. Sheryl – you are so lucky to have this diary. We clearly both enjoy the early 1900s.

  6. Thanks for the nice note.

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